When you're decorating your home, you don't want the same design everyone else has. That one-size-fits all, out-of-the-box look simply isn't intriguing, and emotionally, it doesn't feel as nice as personalized designs. Hi! My name is Sarah, and I love design. My home reflects not just what's in style, but rather, it reflects something about me, my life, experiences and preferences. In this blog, I want to help you create your ideal home. I plan to write about how to personalise interior design from a functional and aesthetic perspective, as well as tips on saving money, hiring designers and more. Take a look and enjoy.
Home security is an important consideration for most Australian homeowners. Security screens on your windows are the best way to ensure that these vulnerable entry points of your home are safe from unwanted visitors. Unfortunately, many window security screens may be practical, but they can leave a lot to be desired when it comes to aesthetics. If you want protection for your windows but don't want to compromise on design and beauty, then there are three stunning, yet solid, window security screens you might like to try.
1. Laser-cut screens
Laser-cut screens are made from metal alloys that are tough and resistant to forced entry. Instead of the standard combination of aluminium grids and steel mesh, this style of screen is made by laser cutting decorative patterns out of metal sheeting.
You can opt for a wide range of patterns, ranging from traditional and sedate to bold and contemporary. For a truly eye-catching look, you can even get laser-cut security screens in a range of vibrant colours to suit your taste and your home's interior and exterior colour palettes.
2. Wrought-iron screens
Wrought-iron screens are a classic and elegant way to make your windows more secure. They are perfectly suited to period homes but can add charm and character to any style of dwelling. You can opt for a traditional style using Victorian or Art Deco–inspired designs, or go for something more edgy, modern and unique.
The decorative wrought iron provides a strong and virtually impenetrable barrier between your window and the outside world. You can increase the security and repel insects by adding a metal mesh to fill the gaps between the iron pieces.
3. Invisible mesh screens
If you love a more minimalist look, then invisible mesh screens might be the ideal choice. These screens utilise incredibly strong stainless steel mesh to provide unobtrusive security for your windows. The mesh is strong enough to not require any grill to support it once it's installed.
The mesh is tough but blends in so well that it's almost invisible. Neither your view nor the look of the interior or exterior of your home will be marred with these screens.
If you want both security and good looks for your home's windows, then one of these ideas might be the ideal choice. Contact your local window security screen supplier to find out about the range of decorative screens they have available.Share
12 July 2017