Combining colour and style creates the perfect home ambience inside and out.

Choosing colours to match the style of your home will go a long way to finding the right ambience for your property, whatever the time of year.

Getting it right inside will provide you with a tranquil space that’s perfect for relaxing with family and friends, while making sure that style is not lost on the outside will allow the interior and exterior to marry up as one.

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From soft neutral colours to warm and cool tones, creating a balanced and visually appealing space inside your home is very much dependent on the kind of mood you are trying to create.

While a thoughtful selection of colours can transform a room, matching them to the style of your property and its features, such as its windows and doors is easy to do – and makes home improvements as smooth as possible when it comes to matching a particular product with the home you are trying to create.

‘Kent properties provide such a broad canvas, which makes matching any home improvement with the style and colour of your home easy,’ said Steve Rawding, sales director of leading South East home improvement company FineLine. ‘From older properties to more modern homes, there is so much choice when it comes to the styles and colours of new windows and doors that there is something for every style of property.’

Heritage windows, for example, together with charming period furniture, are the ultimate compromise between the beautiful aesthetics of traditional wooden flush sash windows and the modern qualities of uPVC and perfect in look and style for older properties, while Meridian composite doors, which have been designed to mimic the authentic look of aluminium, are a perfect match for more contemporary homes.

And it’s not only the styles that make new windows and doors the perfect design for any property, but also the array of colours that are available too, according to Steve.

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‘Windows and doors come in a huge choice of colours, so can be completely bespoke for a property. They can also be chosen in dual colour combinations, which is proving very popular, so the interior of the window frame or the door can be a different colour than the exterior.

‘Current colour trends on the inside include neutral greys, whites and creams, with a more striking colour on the outside, such as Cotswold or Chartwell green.’

Matching the right colour with the style of your windows and doors will help you achieve an inviting and harmonious living space as well as a visually appealing home.

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