If you are looking for a front door or back door that allows maximum natural light into your home the Alnwick composite door is the perfect choice for you. Inspired by the Art Deco period where the top panel would be removed and glass installed, the Alnwick is a timeless design and great alternative to the traditional half glazed panel door designs.
Another classic design, the Berkeley composite door is inspired by the Georgian era. It features two small, yet stylish glazed units for added light, with the remainder of the door solid for privacy. Alternatively the Berkeley can be supplied as a full solid door.
The Edinburgh composite door is a great alternative to the classic Victorian four panel style, with its two elongated glazed units, leaving a decorative and delicate panel that will allow an abundance of light into your home. Making the Edinburgh an ideal front door. If you are looking for added privacy it is also available as a solid door.
The London Door
A quintessentially British design and timeless classic, dating back to the Edwardian era with an arched glazed panel as its primary feature. Keep it traditional by opting for elegant black with Dorchester glass or add a splash of colour for a modern twist like Peacock Blue with a contrasting Anthracite Grey frame.
This is a luxurious range of composite doors that's been inspired by the Italian passion for design and style. There are 24 exclusive designs with German made contemporary handles and accessories, which emphasise the sheer quality of the doors. Composite doors never looked so good.
A sympathetically styled composite door suited for either a traditional property or modern home. It can be designed as a completely solid door, or with just some elements glazed. The choice is yours.
This is a great and popular choice for either front or back door and is the most common option for a stable door. You can choose from a vibrant colour such as red or go with a traditional timber effect finish, which is popular on a tongue and groove Flint base.
A great design that's perfect for either the traditional or contemporary inspired home. Consider modern chrome handles, antique handles and door knockers and 20 colours inside and out. The Windsor composite door makes an ideal front or back door helping to flood your home with natural light.
Based on a traditional door design, the Ludlow is probably our most popular style of composite door and with good reason. There are numerous colours to choose from and over 40 glass designs, allowing you to create the perfect front or back door for your home.
For properties with gable end features this is a very popular choice, particularly where there is a modern pitched porch. A white frame with a black door is a particularly striking option.
If it's a door with traditional arched features that you are seeking, then look no further. The Nottingham composite door is a unique design that can be tailored for an old style door or for even a fresh design through the glass and colour options.
This is another option for those homeowners looking for a composite door with an arched feature. The single arch emphasises the type of glass from the traditional Diamond Lead to the detailed Royale.
A timeless classic of a design which can compliment any home as a solid or glazed option. Have a look at Irish Oak with an antique handle or go modern with bold colour and choice of glass design.
Flint Cottage Range
If it's a composite door that's inspired by the country that you are looking for, then look no further. This is a perfect option for cottages, farmhouses and side doors. It's also a great choice as a stable door.
This is a subtly grained composite door that makes an understated yet classical entrance to the home. Chose a pastel shade such as cream, Chartwell Green or even Duck Egg blue. The Thornbury is highly versatile and perfect as either a front or back door.
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