As our homes continue to evolve, so do the materials and design elements we incorporate. With the breakthrough in hardware technology, trends in doors and windows make their way to the home design industry. One of the popular choices that has made its way further is UPVC (Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride) which envisions and constructs our living spaces. Keeping up with the context, we explore the exciting trends in UPVC doors and windows that are influencing the future of home design.
With increasing environmental concerns and the need to reduce carbon footprint, sustainability has become a major trend in the UPVC segment. Oyster windows and doors emphasise eco-friendly practices as homeowners seek energy-efficient solutions. For instance, we provide double and triple-glazing glass windows that multiply the thermal efficiency and allow noise reduction. Further, UPVC doors and windows are now equipped with thermal breaks that prevent heat loss and thermal conductivity.
The trend towards minimalism extends to UPVC doors and windows as people seek clean lines, uncluttered spaces and sleek profiles. Oyster’s UPVC segment allows for slender frame profiles, maximising the glass area and creating a modern minimalistic look. Additionally, concealed or recessed hardware adds to a minimalist appeal as they are discretely integrated into the design to create a streamlined aesthetic. Furthermore, these segments come with various ranges of decor foils like greys and blacks to make a statement and complement the home’s interiors and exteriors.
As the future promises a tech-savvy world, homes have revolutionised the way we interact with living spaces. Similarly, UPVC doors and windows also embrace the integration of smart technologies with various features. One such feature is the motorised operation that allows remote control offering convenience, security and improved ventilation. Additionally, these segments can be integrated with sensors that adapt to the changing weather conditions and adjust the window settings accordingly.
Within this paradigm, UPVC doors and windows offer unique customisations to cater to the user’s needs. Oyster’s UPVC doors and windows offer various finishes that align with the homeowner’s style. They can be moulded into various shapes and sizes, enabling homeowners to create unique window and door designs that suit their aesthetic preferences. Many UPVC segments are now incorporating advanced sealing systems and acoustic glazing allowing homeowners to enjoy peace within their homes even in bustling urban environments.
As health and well-being are concerned, UPVC doors and windows contribute to a thriving living environment. They help to improve ventilation promoting indoor air quality and overall well-being. Oyster Lifestyle also offers antimicrobial coatings in these segments which inhibit the growth of bacteria and germs on surfaces. Lastly, they complement with natural materials like wood and stone enhancing a biophilic experience.
The future of home design is filled with exciting possibilities as UPVC doors and windows are at the forefront of these trends. From sustainability to technological integration, UPVC is evolving to meet the needs and preferences of homeowners. As we continue to prioritise comfort, security, and personalisation in our living spaces, UPVC remains a versatile and adaptable material that plays a pivotal role in shaping the homes of tomorrow.