These styles and features showcase our cottage range of door and door sets. Each cottage is different to the next, and we want that to show in our doors.
Mouldings play a significant part in defining the style of the door. The bolection mould is typical of the Victorian period, whereas the versatility of the simple ovolo mould can feel modern or aged with the right selection of ironmongery.
Our cottage door styles vary and may need mouldings. Door styles with panels rather than timber boards will require a moulding.
Need more light? Many of our cottage door styles are available with glass. Page 10 illustrates the various glazing options available for your door.
For our painted cottage doors we use Accoya for its amazing dimensional stability and durability. For our un-painted cottage doors, we typically use Euro Oak for its stability and fantastic grain pattern.
The cottage style doors that incorporate vertical or horizontal panels have a simple V-groove or a special Bead & Butt detail between each panel.
The structure of our doors feature solid timber panels either side of an insulated polyurethane core. This method of manufacture provides the door with excellent thermal efficiency for your home.
We can manufacture the sill as part of the frame, or without it to incorporate an existing stone sill. Each door is different, but for excellent draught proofing we usually use a stormguard threshold sill. We can also use a mechanical drop down seal that is recessed into the base of your door.
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