New trends in living space design
Filled with natural light
According to Canadian interior designer Michelle Martel, the trend of the new living space will focus on bringing more natural light into the home to improve physical and mental health, reduce stress, fatigue as well as reduce stress. increase the aesthetics of living space.
In fact, this trend has formed along with high-class apartments with ceiling-to-ceiling glass doors, which are popular in urban areas around the world. Besides, there is the appearance of modern or neoclassical style villas with many door systems, helping natural light always flood to every corner of the room.
Free up living space
Instead of solid walls separating each functional area, the trend of open design and emphasis on the transition between inside and outside space is increasingly popular.
Typically, the apartment balcony – the buffer between the residence and the outside world today is designed to be large to place tables and chairs to relax, plant trees or even integrate a modern swimming pool. Accompanied by a large glass door system extending throughout the balcony exit to create a comfortable space, close to nature for users.
Products that catch up with the trend are born
Grasping the trend of highlighting light and freeing up living space, interior design solutions with luxurious materials appear more and more. One of them is the D-PRO door system product of Ngoc Diep Door Joint Stock Company (NGOCDIEPWINDOW). Possessing a wing width of up to 2 m, a height of up to 3 m, the door system offers a wide panoramic view. Applied to balcony doors, windows on high-rise apartments, the door system receives maximum light and opens up 360-degree panoramic views around.