1930’s Oak 4 Panel Unglazed Internal Door
1930’s Oak 4 Panel Unglazed Internal Door. Our range of 1920s and 1930s doors are extremely popular both in properties of that era or in newer homes where they create a warm, nostalgic feel. A door that portrays a distinctive era of craftsmanship. It features a single panel at the top and 3 vertical panels for that distinctive 30s look. It is also an FSC certified door. A masterclass in 30s style doors.
The glazing panel in the top is left open. In this way, you can install your own choice or style of glass. Lend light to otherwise dark halls with clear glazing or perhaps you have a special motif or pattern in mind. Some customers choose to install an antique sheet of leaded glass. Oak beadings are provided for secure glass installation.
This White Oak door is engineered with solid timber cores overlaid with A grade veneers. Engineered doors are very stable and will limit warping, splitting and small changes in size with the seasons. Furthermore your new door comes with a manufacturer’s 10-year warranty.
Suitable for most locations;
Dining room, living room, kitchen, and possibly bedrooms and bathrooms dependant on the glazing installed. Again, the classic simple design offers a rich style to both period and contemporary designer interiors. A distinctive Thirties look, the ‘three over one’. This 1930’s door has a large square glazing aperture over three vertical timber panels. There is a subtle chamfered edge down into each panel.
An Un-finished, engineered door which is ready for your choice of final decoration . It has an engineered, solid core (weight up to 22kg). Also it has 10 mm lippings all round the edges. You can make adjustments to these standard 35mm doors of up to 6mm into the lippings on all sides. So making it a perfect fit for new and existing door frames.
We can supply hinges, door handles, frames separately for the installation of your 1930’s Oak 4 Panel Unglazed Internal Door. We recommend a minimum of three hinges for this door. Seek specialist advice on which areas might require upgraded fire doors. Also, your architect or local building control officer will offer advice.
Always have your doors installed by a professional joiner. Please see further guidance and installation information in our Blog section.