1920s 9 light front door with 2 raised panels panels. Door fitted into a London home in a large 1920s estate.   Wooden glazing bar gives this home character, which are featured in the door and the bay windows.  The wooden glazing bar isn’t just decorative, it is a traditional joinery method of enabling smaller pieces of glass to be used.  In the 1920s technology was available to make large pieces of glass, but often glazing bar was used as a design feature.   The glass is textured to obscure view and add privacy.  The textured glass is also decorative, being a period 1920s texture.  All 9 light featured in this 1920s front door are double glazed.   Painted in a period 1920s light green colour with Teknos paint.   Brass door furniture and locks finish this elegant door off.

  • Superb quality of joinery and service, developed over 40 years of experience
  • 12-Year Manufacturing Guarantee
  • Carefully designed specification for longevity, security, strength, insulation and beauty
  • Advanced draught-proofing and weather-proofing
  • FSC-certified timbers
  • Highly durable Accoya wood used for doors and frames
  • Advanced Teknos Accoya paint finish with an 8-12 year re-coat time
  • Wide range of glazing options, including bespoke designs
  • Installed by our skilled carpenters, backed up by our after-service
  • Members of the Assure competent persons scheme,meaning all doors and frames are signed off officially.
  • Free design surveys