These new garden suburbs consisted of a mix of semis, villas and terraces, built from local materials. Edwardian houses tended to be shorter in height than the earlier Victorian homes. Rooms for servants were no longer needed so gone were the cellars and second floors. Edwardian houses were built on a larger plot than the Victorians and were likely to be wider to accommodate a larger hall and longer for a bigger garden front and back.
A very strong design that is best suited to double doors. It looks amazing when installed but has to have the right kind of setting to show off its prowess.
A bold strong design that uses lines and depth well it has three distinct line sections that narrow gradually to give a product with real gravitas.