A butt and beaded front door painted in sapphire blue. The door features beautiful brass furniture, including a typical 1920’s letterplate with a built-in knocker. This type of butt and beaded front door is commonly found in the Dover House Conservation Area of London. Six panes of textured glass sit in the upper portion of the door, while the lower portion consists of three slim vertical panels with beaded edges. At Cotswood we often work with listed buildings and within conservation areas, and our experienced surveyors and designers will be able to work with you to ensure that your door meets the relevant requirements.

  • 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 Accoya-specific paint finish with an 8-12 year re-coat time, painted in any colour
  • Wide range of glazing options, including bespoke designs
  • Installed by our skilled carpenters, backed up by our after-service
  • High security locks including traditional and multipoint
  • Members of the Assure competent persons scheme, meaning all doors and frames are signed off officially
  • Free design surveys