How do the doors in your living space affect it? According to a new article in the AJC Homefinder titled Don’t Slam the Door on a New Look for Doors, they are becoming more important in the design and functionality of new and remodeled homes.
Recently featured online and coming out in print later this month, Isakson Living’s own Maricita Hughes, Director of Interiors, is quoted in the article. Isakson Living created Park Springs, and Hughes has had a hand in the design of the floor plans and has designed spaces for Members that reflect their lifestyle and personality.
In the article, Hughes notes, “I have a lot of requests for pocket doors. Pocket doors have made a comeback. They’ve come a long way from where they used to be.” Pocket doors seem to have returned to the market because of their ability to change spaces from free flowing to private without the need for extra door swing space. Another trend in the industry currently is door height. Homebuyers are requesting taller doors that can enhance the overall feel of a home making it seem larger and luxurious.
Homebuyers are also looking to bring the outdoors inside. Stackable or folding doors can replace sliding or French doors, making the outdoor area become a part of the living area. All of these trends are great ways to bring your own touch to the way a space lives depending on your preferences.
If you are looking for a beautiful retirement community where no detail, including special doors, is too small, look no further than Park Springs. Park Springs is a unique continuing care retirement facility offering individuals the freedom to live the retirement they love. Maintain control of your lifestyle with the comfort of knowing your future is protected. For more information on how you can live in one of Atlanta’s premiere retirement communities, call 678-684-3300 or visit ParkSprings.com.