Our bespoke timber Georgian front doors are as original as the properties we create them for, combining elegant, authentic period design with modern security and insulation performance.

As experts in timber doors for period, conservation and listed properties, we specialise in matching existing Georgian front doors, or can create a unique design that stays true to the character of your property.

We use the finest durable timbers such as Accoya or Oak, and can sensitively replicate classic Georgian features such as decorative fan lights and classic panel styles.

Georgian front door

Our glazed and solid Georgian doors include a full range of specialist hardware, paint and glazing options, including acoustic glass, laminated security glass, and restoration glass for the authentic heritage look. 

With Georgian doors from Timbawood, you can always expect:

  • Accoya timber for optimum thermal efficiency and durability, with alternative options in Oak
  • Specialist glazing options including slimline double glazing that looks like single glazing, acoustic, laminated and restoration glass
  • High security hardware, with security hinge bolts and Era nightlatch and deadlock as standard
  • Detailed technical drawings to match existing panels and mouldings or create a new design of your choice
  • Factory applied spray paint finish with long lasting microporous paint, in the full RAL range or matched to a colour of your choice
  • Full weather detailing for long term performance
  • Full perimeter draught proofing
  • Full design, supply and install service, including removing your existing door




What is a Georgian door?

A Georgian door is characterised by its timeless design featuring six panels, showcasing a blend of sophistication and charm. Traditionally made from solid wood, some variations towards the later part of the era incorporated a touch of modernity by introducing glass into the upper two panels.

What is the difference between Victorian and Georgian doors?

Unlike the six-panel configuration of Georgian doors, Victorian doors typically have four panels, presenting a simpler and more understated look. Additionally, Victorian front doors complement a broader range of colors, especially those with richer tones, given the deeper hues commonly found in Victorian brickwork. While classic colors like black and red work well with Victorian doors, the overall design and colour palette sets them apart from their Georgian counterparts.

What are the characteristics of a Georgian door?

Characterised by elegance and simplicity, Georgian doors boast a distinctive design comprised of six sections. A common embellishment includes a straightforward semi-circular fanlight or ‘top light’ situated above the door, serving to introduce additional natural light to the entrance area.

What colour were Georgian front doors?

Georgian front doors historically sported neutral tones, predominantly black or white. However, contemporary interpretations of Georgian style doors offer a diverse array of colour choices, spanning from subtle pastel hues to vibrant primary shades.

How do I identify a Georgian house?

To identify a Georgian house, you can look for architectural features prevalent during the period spanning 1714 to the 1830s. Recognised for its understated elegance, Georgian architecture is characterised by uniform proportions and symmetry. This classic era significantly influenced British architecture and is frequently replicated in new constructions. Georgian houses typically exhibit a construction mix of brick and stone, incorporate sash windows and, in later examples, may include stucco finishes.

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