The Traditional Collection

December 8th 2017

Last week we talked about our Contemporary Italia collection so it’s only right that this week it’s the turn of our Traditional Range.

We’ve listed four of our most popular traditional door styles to give you some inspiration ready for then you choose your new Solidor.

1) The Ludlow – Our most popular door style and a British classic.

The Ludlow combines all the elegance of a traditional Victorian doorway with the added benefit of being created out of modern materials.

The Ludlow is a great choice if you like to stand out from the crowds as it’s perfectly suited to bold colours like peacock blue and rich aubergine.  No worries if bold isn’t your style, because the Ludlow also looks fab in more subtle tones like French Grey and Painswick.

With the Ludlow you’ll have your neighbour’s heads turning all year round.  It’s a truly sophisticated entranceway that’ll look great for years to come.

2) The Edinburgh – A great option if you want an alternative to the traditional four panels of the Ludlow.

The Edinburgh features two elongated glazed panels which will allow additional light into your hallway.  To keep it simple go for satin glass or a modest decorative design like London Etch Border.  The Edinburgh is the perfect choice if you want to make a statement with your new door.  We think it looks fantastic in Peacock Blue!


3) The Flint – A firm favourite for homeowner’s wanting to add a touch of cottage charm to their home.

Available in FIVE different styles, a Flint range from Solidor with its tongue and groove appearance gives the impression of an authentic wooden door but without all of the associated maintenance.   And it’ll give the perfect rustic look to compliment your lovely home.

The Flint range is incredibly versatile too, it can be made to fit widths so it’s perfect for most spaces.* Ask your Solidor retailer for details.

*Flint Beeston not included.


4) The London – Another characteristically British look!

The aptly named London door has similar stylings to many doors found in the capital during the Edwardian era.

This doors distinguishing feature is its arched glazed panel that sits at the top of the door, making it a great option if you live on a busy main street or are looking for additional privacy.

Traditional Edwardian doors were often painted in dark colours like black, blue and green, but the London door also looks great in in lighter, brighter colours like Chartwell Green, Duck Egg Blue or Cream.

Wherever you live and whatever your style of home there’s a Solidor to suit.

Use our innovative door designer to create your dream door



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