Solidor Nottingham Composite Door – by Timber Composite Doors


The no nonsense Solidor Nottingham composite door, a door that is assured in its own character, just like that other legend of this fine city, one Robin Hood, this is also a door of legend solid and dependable at the base with two solid panels, and elegant and stylish at the head where it features traditional arched top glazed panels. The glazed panels are not only decorative, when complimented with one of the many coloured leaded light glazing options available for this style of door,  they are also extremely functional as they are designed to be of such a size that they will allow sufficient light to brighten even the darkest interior hallway. This is a door that will grace any property particularly as it is available in such an extended range of colours with pastel aubergines and chartwell green for the contemporary and rich reds and blues for the more traditional.

If your home is one with arched features whether it be as a stone lintel at the head of the door or whether it be curved window heads or even a curved alcove or porch, the Nottingham is the door for your property, these are the locations where we have installed the majority of this door type. It is a door that works particularly well if the property is of a 1930’s design as the simplicity and elegance of the design matches well with that architectural period. Although all of the colours in our range are popular the “Nottingham 2 Royale” door with its deep blue colour when complimented by the “elegance” leaded/ obscure glass with “Urn” style door knocker and matching accessories has proved to be an unbeatable combination.

The Nottingham – appealing and reliable are two words to describe this extremely popular and functional door a door of endless permutation possibilities, with glazing, and accessory options which will compliment your door whichever colour you choose. See a full range of Nottingham Composite Doors in our gallery


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