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
GEORGIAN DOOR GALLERY
What is a Georgian door?
A classic Georgian front door is based upon an elegant design of six panels. Typically, these would all be made of solid wood, although towards the end of the period we also see glass inserted into the two upper panels.
What is the difference between Victorian and Georgian doors?
While Georgian doors typically feature six panels, Victorian doors typically feature four. Victorian door designs are usually simpler and more understated than Georgian front doors. Victorian brickwork typically has a richer colour than Georgian brickwork and so Victorian front doors often suit deeper colours, as well as being well suited to classic colours such as black and red.
What are the characteristics of a Georgian door?
Georgian doors typically feature as part of a flat frontage. The doors themselves are elegant and simple, with six sections to their design. They also often have a simple semi-circular fanlight or ‘top light’ above the door for some additional light.
What colour were Georgian front doors?
Authentic doors were usually painted in neutral colours, typically either black or white. Today Georgian style doors look incredible in a range of colours from muted pastel shades to eye-catching primary colours. A high-quality finish will protect the door and help it to retain its appeal for years to come.
How do I identify a Georgian house?
The Georgian period covers the period between 1714 and the 1830s. Georgian architecture is known for its understated elegance, uniform proportions and symmetry. It is a classic era for architecture in Britain that is often replicated in high-end new build properties. Georgian properties are often built with brick and stone, sash windows, and later with stucco.