Generally houses built from the 1890s through to the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 used quality materials that have stood the test of time. Timber features in particular were of high quality which if well maintained would last for centuries. Their appearance appears timeless with designers and builders using Tudor timber framed buildings and stout, early 18th Century houses as their inspiration to create Arts, Crafts and Neo-Georgian style properties.
An architrave that is often overlooked we have been impressed by its ability to works with most Edwardian skirting boards.
An extended tear drop that is finished off with a flat line that frames the door. Supported by outer lines that add to the definition.