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Make the Most of Small Living Spaces with your Windows and Doors

Your window and door selection is a crucial factor in maximising living spaces, especially when working with smaller living areas. Here are a few tips for getting the most out of every corner.

Use Larger Picture Windows to your Advantage

A surefire way to make a space appear larger lies with your window sizing.

Of course – the more light you let pour into a room, the brighter, and therefore more open, it appears. Utilising large picture windows lets you showcase sweeping views of your outdoor areas without interruption, creating a brighter atmosphere within a room and the illusion of a larger space.

Of course, Bradnam’s Fixed Windows come in many shapes, sizes, and treatments to instantly brighten a room of any size.

Bay Windows

Add depth, light, and life to a room with a bay window! This nifty way of expanding space avoids knocking down walls and instantly adds dimension to any context – even doubling as a cosy reading or breakfast nook.

Commonly a combination of Fixed and Sliding or Casement Windows, this solution can be implemented in dining, living, and bedroom spaces to enhance the design and create a radiant environment.

Sliding Glass Doors

Think of a sliding glass door as a more functional fixed floor-to-ceiling window. This selection replaces walls and utilises less space to create a larger floor plan.

The Bradnam’s Sliding Door ranges in a variety of configurations and treatments that can easily be implemented throughout the home to expand space exponentially.

Thinking outside the box and installing sliding glass doors in typically unconventional places can make for a gorgeous transition between spaces throughout the home, seamlessly slotting right into any interior design.

Mirrored Sliding Wardrobe Doors

Storage is obviously a necessity for any home, but why not capitalise on your wardrobes to maximise your limited floor space?

Bradnam’s Mirrored Wardrobe Doors instantly elongate the bedroom and create the illusion of a larger space – essentially doubling the appearance of the room’s size.

When paired with a Sliding design, mirrored wardrobes conserve space and bounce light around the room, all whilst housing clutter and clothing. Be sure to select its configuration and placement strategically, to really make the most of the all-important natural (and artificial)

Transform your Small Space Today

Working with small spaces can definitely be difficult, but simple changes to your window and door selections can certainly relieve some pressure! Implement all, or even one, of these suggestions within your limited space and instantly feel a little less confined.

Need a little help along the way? Contact your local Bradnam’s team today to hear our expert opinions.

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Selecting Windows & Doors

Product Selection Guideline

The perfect windows and doors can lift a space from ordinary, to extraordinary. But choosing the right ones for your home or project can be a challenge – especially if you’re new to the process. That’s why we’ve put together this selection guideline.

Written as a simple, easy-to-understand reference, this guide will help you better understand your requirements, ask the right questions, and find the best windows and doors for your project.

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