The styles included in this period owe their origins to an eclectic mix of revivals with the introduction of Middle Eastern and Asian influences. The period is representative of the traditional British and French custom of naming architectural styles for a reigning monarch. Within this naming and classification scheme it follows Georgian and later Regency architecture and was succeeded by Edwardian architecture.
A solid lipped door 44mm thick, with machined panels, original period designed bolection moulds and primed is ready for installation. The doors are a mixed softwood laminated core of pine and spruce with an resistent face. Additionally, they have acoustic capabilities up to 37db and comply with BS EN 100771 – 2006/12 offering thermal properties up to 1.6W/m2k.
The classic 4 panel door seen in lot of locations throughout the UK. This is our original and pays homage to great design. Available in flat or raised and field panels. Versatile anywhere in any house from the attic to the dining room.