Avalon, Infinity, Olympus, Serenity and Orion -your choice
What are the meanings behind the names of the New Solidor Contemporary Composite Doors
Avalon – literally meaning “the isle of fruit [or apple] trees”) is a legendary island featured in the Arthurian legend.
Infinity means many different things, depending on when it is used. The word is from a Latin word, which means “without end”. Infinity goes on forever, so sometimes space, numbers, and other things are said to be ‘infinite’, because they never come to a stop.
Olympus. : a mountain in Thessaly that in Greek mythology is the abode of the gods.
Serenity is from Latin serenus “calm, peaceful” plus the suffix -itas. The first part of the word is the English adjective serene, which means calm and peaceful. The Latin suffix corresponds to our English suffix -ity and has the meaning “quality or state.”
Orion was the son of Poseidon the sea god and Euryale, daughter of King Minos of Crete. Poseidon gave Orion the power to walk on water. Homer in the Odyssey describes Orion as a giant hunter, armed with an unbreakable club of solid bronze.
Five stunning and evocative words each with a wonderful depth of meaning or five stunning and evocative NEW door styles from Solidor – each of us will have an individual preference – here at Timber Composite Door it’s a “no-brainer” we like the words but we love the doors and they are all now up there and available on our web site.
The styles are not the only changes shown in the above image – there are also four new colours for the exterior of your new front door –
The Avalon and the Orion are pictured in Onyx
The Infinity in Sapphire
The Olympus in Titan
And the Serenity in Walnut
If you would like to learn more about these stunning new doors, let us know
Using the most basic of arithmetic that is at least twenty new choices to add to the billions of combinations of styles, colours and accessories already offered on our website – 2019 is certainly starting off as a very good year for all the customers of Timber Composite Door and Solidor.