Our Guide to Choosing a Bespoke Luxury Door
Do you want a bespoke luxury door for your home? It is a good choice because a bespoke luxury door can significantly improve the exterior aesthetics of your home and increase its value. The kerb appeal alone could attract more potential buyers when it comes time to sell your home.
The question is, which bespoke luxury door would work best for your home? SWD Bespoke has compared the difference between a modern style and a traditional style luxury door.
Modern Style Luxury Door
What defines a modern luxury door? Much of contemporary architecture today consists of doors with glass panels to allow sunlight through them.
Some people don’t want to feel isolated inside their homes with obstructive doors that don’t allow them to see outside. Instead, they want as much natural light to seep through their doors as possible.
Of course, not all modern-style luxury doors use glass. Some people still prefer timber-based doors for their modern door designs. However, the wood is often treated or modified with preservative chemicals to prevent rot or deterioration from rain and bad weather.
At SWD Bespoke, we offer three contemporary luxury door design options: Satini, Herringbone, and Ellwood. Each design offers a unique wood pattern often seen in modern architecture today. But remember, we can customise your doors to include any colours or additional features you want.
Traditional Style Luxury Door
When people think of traditional architectural designs in the United Kingdom, they usually think of Victorian or Georgian-style designs from hundreds of years ago. In fact, the Victorian design seems to be the most popular traditional style door because of its unique woodwork designs, Gothic influences, and wrap around porches.
Victorian-style luxury doors use a wooden four, six, or eight-panel construction system, with the longest panels on top of the doors and the shortest panels on the bottom. Sometimes the longer panels on top have stained glass rather than wood, creating a mix of glass and wood.
Traditional luxury doors usually consist of a pastel colour like green, red, pink, yellow, blue, or orange. They are soft and calming colours like you would see on a cottage. They may go great with the three traditional luxury door styles SWD Bespoke offers. These styles include Knightsbridge, Royale, and Kensington. Their wood panels have more unique shapes and sizes, but they have a slight hint of inspiration from the Victorian style.
There are many bespoke luxury door options available. Would you like more information regarding our bespoke luxury door products? Contact SWD Bespoke at +44 01932 851081 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.