1930s Doors

Here at Door Superstore, we always try to ensure we have the perfect door for our customers, regardless of their project, needs and ideas. Our latest range of 1930s doors does just that – providing our customers with a range of doors that can be used for traditional period properties to create the perfect finishing touch.

What are 1930s doors?

Door Superstore’s latest range of 1930s style internal doors comes from well known and reputable brands including LPD and XLJoinery. These doors have been designed to replicate the doors that would have been present in the home or building in the 1930s, with the classic 3 panel bottom, with a single panelled top half of the door. 

How to choose a 1930s door

Manufacturing material

Firstly, the door can be manufactured from pine or oak, both of which have a range of different appearances depending on the species of wood used. Additionally, choose a fire rated 1930s style door if required in building regulations, or for extra protection against the spread of fire.

Glazing options

Secondly, 1930s doors can be supplied as glazed or unglazed, depending on the level of privacy required, and how much natural light is wanted to flow through the room and the building. Glazed 1930s doors can be used in kitchens, living rooms, halls and utility rooms to allow extra light in, whilst in rooms such as bedrooms and bathrooms, unglazed 1930s doors may be more suitable due to levels of privacy required. 

Door finish

Thirdly, it is important to consider the level of finish that is required on a 1930s door. If time is of the essence, choosing a pre-finished door could be the best option – the door simply needs to be hung after delivery. Alternatively, a primed door is almost ready for installation, and just requires the top coat of paint. Choosing a primed 1930s door is a great way to save time and labour on the preparation of the door, whilst still having the ability to customise the colour and end result. The other option when choosing a 1930s door is to opt for an unfinished door. This has not had any varnish, stain or finishing coats of paint applied to it, so several coats of the finishing products of your choice will be required.

If you have any questions or queries regarding 1930s doors, feel free to call our team of experts on 01752 422501 or use the live chat in the bottom right hand corner.

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