Celebrate summer with – The Milano Black Orchid – No2 in the Timber Composite Doors series of doors that money cannot buy
The Chelsea Show inspired the team here at GFD HQ and we created the “English Rose” Flint door and as we promised in our previous “blog” we could not settle for just one unique door so here we have No 2 in the series of Celebrate summer with the doors that money cannot buy
Take one Black Milano door from the superb Solidor Italia Collection and mix it with a little horticultural delight in the form of one of the most romantic of flowers the Orchid be it black or white – you choose and we give you “The Black Orchid Milano” from Timber Composite Door.
Milan A city steeped in history which still retains retain many of the classical architectural features, a city of commerce, a city of culture La Scala http://www.teatroallascala.org/en/ one of the world’s finest opera houses can be found in the Piazza della Scala, , a city of world renowned fashion with both the Milan Fashion week http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/hot-topics-group/869/milan-fashion-week.html .
A city best described in a single word which also perfectly describes the door which carries its name and that word is stylish
The Orchid or to be more correct the Orchidaceae is a diverse and widespread species of flowering plants, with blooms that are often colourful and often fragrant, , they are one of the two largest families of flowering plants, with between 21,950 and 26,049 currently accepted varieties , there are so many variations to this wonderful plant which is used in perfume, medicines , food and horticulture that we could not describe here but which you can check out at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orchidaceae and of course we could not leave out the most romantic use of all the orchid corsage
-with colours and styles as elegant as those above we could have matched anyone of the thousands of species of Orchids with any one of the seventeen superb colours of the twenty nine styles of Solidor doors available from Timber Composite door – but we opted instead for the classical black and white – maybe will try one of the others later in the summer – watch this space