RHS Chelsea Flower Show, We’ve been inspired!
We have been inspired by the Chelsea Flower Show and the fact that summer is upon us and as a celebration of the changing of the seasons we thought we should do something to reflect this in the manner in which we present our doors
We have some beautiful doors and there are some wonderful flowers created by nature so why not combine them to create a “Special Edition“Door that money cannot buy
What could be more quintessentially English than a red rose and what better way to present it could there be than set against the snow white background of our classic Flint door – one of the Solidor range of doors as supplied by Timber Composite Doors
At Timber Composite Doors we like this one so much we have rename this style of Flint Door
Although we all consider the rose as native to England the majority of the species originated from Asia but you will still find at least one in most English gardens there are over one hundred known species erect shrubs, climbing or trailing – the one thing the majority have in common are stems armed with sharp prickles. The beauty of the rose is that it comes in so many shapes and sizes and but the majority are usually large and showy and with colours in colours ranging from white through yellows and reds they are always stunning – little wonder the red rose is so associated with romance.
The Flint with its vertical match boarded appearance and variations in glazing options and styles is a door that will look good anywhere from apartments to country cottages, but it is in the latter location where it will really come to life particularly where a rose garden is nearby . The standard Flint Solid Door is a one that looks as if it belongs in a country setting on cottages, farmhouses, front doors or backdoors or even doors with side panels and particularly so when it can be adapted to a stable door styling. When this door is redesigned to accommodate one of the contemporary glazing styles of single or triple diamond shaped glass features or even the variable length centre panel, the door takes on a completely new identity which could be equally suited to suburban living.
This is a door which gives you so many options where you can choose whether you wish to personalise it for country or city living at GFD HQ we believe that the “English Rose” Flint may be the very best example of personalising this door
Feature image from :https://www.rhs.org.uk/shows-events/rhs-chelsea-flower-show