Home design is all about colour, which isn’t limited to the choice of colour for your bi-folding doors. Plymouth homeowners are given the freedom to personalise their space to match their interior design needs, giving them any colour they can imagine. So, if you’re considering replacement bifold doors to rejuvenate a patio, kitchen, or glazed extension space, here are some of our favourites!

White uPVC bifold door

1. White bifold doors

Simplistic white bifold doors give a fresh, neutral feel to the home. They also typically match homes that have white uPVC windows installed, creating that classic, uniform effect. Spotless whites bring a sense of brightness to any room.

2. Grey and black bifold doors

Grey and black bifold doors are an incredibly popular choice as they bring a similar neutrality as white doors, without being as stark in appearance. They are also prone to match with ontrend interior design choices such as mustard yellow curtains and teal wallpaper.

Black bifold door

3. Woodgrain effect bifold doors

If you’re torn between the natural appearance of wooden frames and the security of aluminium frames, woodgrain effect bifolds give you all the security without the added threat of the problems that come with having real wooden doors. Aluminium is incredibly rust resistant and has an impressive average life expectancy of 45 years too.

4. Dual colour bifold doors

If you’re struggling with finding just one colour that you like, you have the option of choosing different colours for either side of the door. So, if you want sophisticated grey on the inside and traditional wood effect on the outside, it’s possible to do that with diverse dual colour bi-fold doors!

Light grey bifold door for new extension installation
Grey aluminium bifold doors

Welcome as much light as possible inside with slender aluminium bifold doors

When it comes to choosing the colours of your new bifold doors, anything is possible to give you the finish you desire. Get in touch to book an appointment and begin your home improvement adventure today with Landmark Windows & Doors.


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