A conservatory door can be a gateway to your garden or a connecting portal that joins together two otherwise distinct spaces in your home. Each of these designs have their own unique benefits – but not all of them will suit your design needs from an aesthetic or practical point of view.
If you have been looking for small conservatory ideas, don’t discount bi-folding doors. Although they can look impressive when incorporated into a larger build, they can also help to compensate in situations where space is limited. That’s because they peel back in a concertina shape from the centre to form a queue of stacked panels that’ll provide an uninterrupted vista of your garden.
Bi-folding doors also let in lots of light, which can help to create the illusion of space and join together two different spaces (this might work really well if you have decided that a kitchen extension is the best way to go).