Welcome visitors with our spectacular “Art Nouveau” Door!
We can create an Art Nouveau-style door for your property. We created this for one of our clients who requested a traditional-style wooden door with Art Nouveau patterned glazing. Additional side panels were also manufactured for this client. We fitted the door with complimentary door furniture in an antique nickel finish.
Bespoke for you:
We can create an Art Nouveau door for your home and customise it to your preferences. Our service is fully bespoke, which means you can customise everything to your taste. Select from a range of paint finishes, door accessories and stained glass designs.
Our stained glass panels are produced by a local artisan. If required, we can research authentic Art Nouveau designs from our library of pattern books. Because our designs are bespoke, we can discuss your preferences, including stained glass panel colours, during the initial design stage.
Our talented team will work with you to create the perfect wooden front door. We can recreate any style featured on this website, or create something completely new and unique. Contact us to discuss your preferences.
Stained glass designs:
The Art Nouveau movement gathered pace in the 1890s and peaked in 1910, spanning both the Victorian and the Edwardian eras. It was the first style to stop looking backwards to history for ideas, instead taking inspiration from the natural world around us.
The Art Nouveau style is characterised by its use of natural forms and structures. Flowers, leaves, roots, buds and seedpods were popular elements in stained glass designs, as were vertical lines and elongated curves. Elements were less organic and more stylised in form.
Here are some of the Art Nouveau glazed panels we’ve commissioned for previous clients:
Looking for art deco front doors?
We’ve had many customers contact us requesting Art Deco front doors, although we’re showcasing our Art Nouveau door on this page. That’s not a problem, we’re happy to provide a quote for either style.
What’s the difference between Art Deco and Art Nouveau?
Art Deco became popular after the First World war (1920s – 1930s). Art Deco is sleeker and more streamlined than Art Nouveau, which is characterised by flourishes, flowers and curves – as described above. Art Deco design typically features lots of bold, geometric shapes, sunbursts and zigzags.
More of our Art Nouveau door designs:
Although 135 years have passed since the Art Nouveau style was first showcased in Paris, the designs do not look outdated or old fashioned today. On the contrary, they are elegant and timeless. Here are some of the recent doors we’ve designed for our clients –
Made in Great Britain:
Old English Doors is a family-run business that employs a small team of talented British craftsmen who understand the science of timber. We’re based in Nottingham, but we’re happy to deliver our doors nationwide. All of our bespoke front doors are handmade to order.
We only use Accoya’s high performance specially treated timber for our entrance doors. Extensive testing by leading institutes has proven that Accoya is one of the most durable and long-lasting timbers on the market. You can read more about Accoya’s many properties by clicking here.
To ensure security, we fit all of our wooden doors with steel inlays and Avocet ABS diamond-rated cylinder locks.
Enquire about this door:
If you’d like to order an Art Nouveau door for your property, contact us today. We’ll be happy to discuss your needs and provide a quote. Call us on 01159 588 755. Alternatively, contact us using this email form.