A 1930s style door that would look at home on a country cottage, but would equally suit a townhouse.
Our 1930s Devonshire door features three panels at the bottom, a decorative apron frieze to the middle rail and margin glazing at the top. The individual glass panes allow light to stream into the hallway, while the etched central panel with number adds a little privacy.
This client chose to finish their door with Farrow and Ball paint in Pigeon. This is a soft and contemporary grey with timeless appeal. It’s a very popular choice for front doors.
We proudly source British made accessories for our doors. This client selected the polished chrome finish, which compliments the grey paint beautifully.
This is just one example of our 1930s doors:
Our talented team design and manufacture doors to order. We can work with you and create the perfect door for your property. Whether you’re looking for a 1930s front door like this or something else entirely! Simply get in touch and speak with our team today.
About our bespoke design service:
Already picturing your dream door? Our team are happy to hear your ideas and translate them into designs.
Don’t have a design in mind? Our in-house designer can research the period and make suggestions. This is particularly useful if you’re not sure which type of door will suit your property. Learn more about our design service by clicking here.
Would you like a coloured and etched glass panel, similar to the one pictured on this page? Or perhaps you’d prefer an ornate stained glass design? No problem. We work with a talented local glazier to who only uses traditional skills, techniques and materials in their work.
Want glazing that reflects the 1930s period? Our team can make suggestions based on research to ensure the design is as authentic as possible. Simply tell us your preferences during the design stage.
Here are some examples of glazed panels we’ve produced for clients in the past –
Our skilled team of craftsmen manufacture these doors by hand in our Nottingham workshop. The door furniture featured here is British made by Croft Ironmongery. We can arrange delivery throughout the UK.
All of our wooden front doors are made from Accoya timber. This is a specially treated wood with numerous benefits. Untreated wood is highly susceptible to problems, thanks to our Great British weather! Thankfully, Accoya timber isn’t. This wood is strong, virtually rot-proof, has improved dimensional stability, and requires less maintenance.
We know that your home’s security is important. That’s why we fit all of our doors with an Avocet ABS Anti-Snap lock. It is one of the most secure locks on the market, having achieved numerous industry accreditations, including the Sold Secure Diamond Standard. The company work closely with the police and Neighbourhood watch to combat crime.
Contact us to discuss your 1930s door:
Looking for a bespoke door for your property? We’re happy to work with homeowners, architects, building firms, property management companies, conservation officials and more! Simply drop us an email by clicking here, or call us on 01159 588 755.