These are not mass produced in a factory but hand made to a clients individual specification and cater for the idiosyncrasies of older properties as well as contrasting with modern materials in high spec new build houses and barn conversions.
The Oak for the ledged and braced doors is selected by our team of experienced craftsmen. They choose only the very best English or European Oak in either character grade or prime grade to reflect the taste of the client and to best suit their property. We particularly specialise in wide boards using only three or four planks in each door. We then have three horizontal braces and optional diagonal braces. An alternative hardwood for interior doors is Elm, which like the character Oak is most popular in barn conversions, cottages and farmhouses. It is spectacularly beautiful with a swirling grain, cats paws and flashes of green and purple. The prime grades Oak and Elm are better suited to town houses and new build properties.