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When people think of interior design, doors and windows usually aren’t the first elements that come to mind. Most people think of furniture, accessories or maybe even colors. But more and more, doors and windows are taking on a heightened importance as design essentials in home interiors — especially in smaller homes. There are several reasons for this and ways you can achieve a similar look in your home or professional projects. Continue reading by filling out the information below:

In 2019, builders will need doors that go big and tall, and light on the paneling and moulding. Patio doors remain in the spotlight and are tracking bigger than ever. For painted finishes, darker blue shades are trending strongly for exterior doors, and warmer reds are making a showing. The continuing style trend is toward really clean lines, with any glass glazed directly into the door, says Dan Jacobs, JELD-WEN’s director of product line management for doors . Sticking, the moulding surrounding door panels, is going away. “If there is a panel, it’s one panel, but no ogee, all straight lines,” says Joe LeFlore, vice president of South Florida Millwork on Florida’s Gulf Coast. “Big is better. Ten-foot doors were becoming the new normal, and now the 12-foot door is becoming the 10-foot door. People are starting to demand 10-by-6-foot doors. Massive, massive, massive. These big doors are also using…

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