Easter might be right around the corner, but it’s not bringing in a lot of joy in Kansas. While the Christmas season is festive because it works with winter, Easter is just there. It may not be warm days in Kansas yet, but it is set to get warmer. When the winter’s had a go at your front door, exterior door, and windows, it’s time to refurbish and prepare them for the summers, and now’s a perfect time.
With that said, here’s how you can prepare your home for Easter and thereafter with new steel or iron doors and steel windows.
The AIR 4: An Iron Door for Days
The AIR 4 in Pinky’s Iron Doors’ AIR collection comes in many tops, styles, and bar designs. It’s a modern iron door through and through, and you’re more likely to get them right than wrong for any home style.
Be that as it may, the AIR 4 – Dual Single With Middle Fixed Panel and a flat top is the one that takes the cake for us. A window and door in one, this door makes the perfect back door because it lets in the light whether it’s closed or open. If you’ve seen the last of your patio doors, these iron doors Kansas are the fresh start your backyard deserves.
Double the Curb Appeal with an AIR 5
Why install a single front door when you can make do with a double? Make this Easter about grand entryways, starting with the AIR 5 – Double Mini Arch. These massive iron doors make for a warm welcome for your visitors because of how much indoors they reveal. However, you can also customize the glass panels for visibility to maintain privacy.
Since this is an entry door, be sure to decorate it with a bit of ‘weekend spirit’. You can let the kids hang all kinds of decorations or deck the door in minimalism with a simple Easter wreath and not much else.
Steel Windows for a Spot of Sunshine
Steel doors and windows are the best things to come out of the new metal door trend. Fixed steel windows, in particular, help you make the most of your home’s sunny spots. You can customize them for the concrete wall blocking out the sunshine.
It’s completely fine to leave it at that. A window doesn’t have to serve a purpose because the light it lets in is enough to make your interior look bigger and brighter than before. However, you can also create a bar like the one in the picture below. The owner of this home was bold enough to contrast lavender furnishings with black steel windows, and we have to say, the combination looks exquisite.
A Room with a View Thanks to Sliding Doors
While sliding doors are pretty common in the east, they are only just gaining notice here in the west. These steel doors are the perfect accompaniment to home interiors and exteriors everywhere due to their space-friendly sliding mechanism and high visibility.
You can install them as exterior patio doors or doors leading to an indoor swimming pool, gym, living room, or anywhere else in the house. You can even have one as a movable room divider right in the middle of a large room. That way, you can have two rooms for the price of one without cramping up your space.
Dutch Doors are the Way Forward
Dutch doors are iron door Kansas usually installed upfront, and there are several good reasons why. These front doors are divided down the middle so that you can actually open the top half independently of the bottom half.
You can use this upside to your advantage by opening only the top half, letting in all the light and air, and preventing any pets or children from getting out. If you wish to go Dutch this Easter, we’re only too happy to help.
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Easter ’22: A Year to Install Wrought Iron Doors in Your Kansas Home
Easter might be frigid, but your home can still look like a spring wonderland. Make this year extra special by selecting Pinky’s Iron Doors’ iron doors Kansas as front doors, steel doors Kansas as front, patio, and interior doors, and steel windows. Visit their showroom for all of the above doors and windows before the sun goes back to full strength in Kansas.
Contact the designers to select and ship your iron door to Kansas.
About the Author
Annie Wilder is a budding home improvement influencer based in Kansas. Most of her work is limited to blogs and writing social media updates about those blogs. She’s recently been interested in Pinky’s Iron Doors, talking about them on personal and guest blogs. When she’s not promoting home renovations, she keeps herself busy describing sprawling estates in a historical fiction book she’s been trying to write for two years.
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