Edwardian/1930s Internal Doors

Edwardian and 1930s-style internal doors are typically characterized by their elegant and sophisticated design, with a focus on craftsmanship and attention to detail. Edwardian doors often feature intricate panelling, with raised or recessed panels that create depth and texture.

In the Edwardian era, doors were typically made from high-quality woods like mahogany or oak and featured ornate details like carved mouldings and bevelled glass inserts. The 1930s saw a shift towards simpler, more streamlined designs; 1930s doors exhibit a style marked by the Art Deco movement featuring straight lines and geometric shapes. These iconic 1930s doors not only reflect the design sensibilities of the time but also continue to inspire modern interior and exterior door trends, making them timeless pieces of architectural history.

Common features of both styles include brass or chrome hardware, such as doorknobs and hinges, and a preference for natural wood finishes rather than painted surfaces. Edwardian/1903s doors can add a touch of timeless elegance to any interior space, making them a popular choice for those looking to create a classic and refined look in their home.

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