Doors add hugely to the character of a home. Whether it be an imposing Georgian to a country cottage, doors can lend to the prestige or comfort of your surroundings.

This door was going to be burnt. It was hung upside down, inside out and clad in steel. I restored it and fitted the glass. The surrounding was made from scratch, sourcing the corbels and architrave from a reclamation yard, keeping its style true to the age of the property.




Three vertical plank and ledge oak door with one of my 'homespun' latches. The making of this particular door featured in the 'New Woodworker' magazine.




I had great fun with this, a cellar head door that easily passes as an understair cupboard.





A lovely proportioned door from a reclamation yard, altered to take glass and restored.





This is a completely new door, like for like, being in an area strict on its conservation





The older the house, the more out of place a modern stairgate looks. I've made numerous gates in different styles and colours which fit securely into existing doorways.








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