The Edwardian style has seen a resurgence in our home decor over recent years, with the period interior design lending itself to a classic look that can offer the feeling of grandeur and history.

How to Decorate An Edwardian Home

If you are lucky enough to be renovating an Edwardian house, you will be looking to restore any period features and bring them back to life. Utilising polished floorboards, decorative tiles and damask furnishings are ways that you can breathe new life into your Edwardian home, bringing the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s back into fashion. It was an era of design innovation in modernist art with iconic styles including art deco, geometric shapes, Bauhaus emerging.

Within the home letting in lots of natural light will offer the feeling of space that is often found in an Edwardian house, as well as restoring any period coving and skirting that might remain.

Choosing the right finishing touches are key to completing your period property to a high standard. Interior doors are an important and effective way of working towards your Edwardian restoration project goal. We can supply you with traditional and stylish Edwardian single doors that will stand the test of time and add an authentic look to your home.

Edwardian Oak Glazed Door

A wonderful choice for your home, this Edwardian style door will add a real 1920s, 1930s feel. The one over three panel design is an iconic feature from that period, glazed to allow more light into your renovated home.

Featuring Grade 'A' American White Oak veneer our doors have the best quality finish. Elsewhere you might find doors come with Chinese oak or ash to reduce costs.

Edwardian Oak Panel Door

Blending well with any decor, this Edwardian style door has a classic finish that is perfect for adding the finishing touch to your period property. Our doors feature 11mm lipping allowing for up to 5 mm to be taken off on installation , ensuring a perfect fit for all frames.

Click here to browse our full range of traditional doors that will be perfect for your home.


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