Solidor Conway Composite Door – by Timber Composite Doors


The curvaceous Solidor Conway Composite Door – a fully panelled door, a four panelled door with a glazed curved head panel, or a two panelled door with two glazed upper panels and a glazed curved head panel, it sounds like we are describing three doors but we are not. The curvaceous Conway we call it so because of the wonderful clean lines of the head panel is a door that comes in many guises that the permutations are endless. A full range of seventeen colours, glazing options to suit either a single glazed curved head panel or matched upper and curved head panel and if you want to make it more complex the top curved top head panel is also available as a four pane “sunburst” style.

What is there not to like with the curvaceous Conway a door with so many permutations you could fill a street and no two would be the same.  Our customers who live in terraced properties certainly seem to like this door as it moulds beautifully with the architectural features of both Georgian and Edwardian terraced properties, where, when complimented by heavier and more ornate range of accessories it really does look stunning. Our Conway 1 with four solid panels and a decorative glazed curved head panel has proved very popular particularly in grey when matched with a grey frame, but it only runs a close second to the most popular door in this range “The Black Diamond” a stunning door when matched with the “elegance “range of leaded and coloured glazed upper and curved head panel and our traditional Gold or Chrome “urn “knocker and matching handles.

The curvaceous Conway- choose the security of the Solid door or the stunning style that can be assured when you choose from the matched glazing options of the two glazed panel and glazed head panel options, a door that presents itself in so many different ways you will not believe it is only one of our vast range. See more Solidor Conway doors in our Composite Door Gallery
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