Arguably one of the most popular door ranges in the UK today, it’s not hard to see why homeowners have fallen in love with this stylish collection.
There are 19 exclusive door designs to choose from, and each looks stunning with a range of contemporary stainless steel designer hardware to choose from. The huge colour range lets you personalise the door further, and the modern sandblasted satin glass really compliments this collection.
This door is styled from the Victorian era and is popular on traditional properties with a classic look. This door is also right at home on newer properties, and the huge range of glass and hardware options means you can give this versatile style a modern or classic edge depending on your design choice.
The Flint range is otherwise known as the cottage range of doors – this door range features a vertical tongue and groove effect as opposed to moulded panels in the bottom. The Flint range is very popular for traditional cottage properties and farmhouses, but can also look striking with some modern furniture and luxury colours also.
The Windsor is a controversial door style in that it divides opinion; some people feel this is very much a modern style, which is best suited to bold and current colour options such as the rich aubergine. Others feel it offers an interesting take on a classic, and can look right at home on traditional properties in colours such as rosewood. One thing is certain – this door style is a winner!
The Harlech is another popular throwback to the Victorian era, and can still be seen on thousands of homes in the UK that have retained their original character. Character in a property is great, so why should you sacrifice it by choosing a door style that does not compliment the home? The angled tops on the glass really add a touch of glass to this design.
Possibly the most popular design across the board, the Ludlow needs no introduction. This door is the style of choice for most new properties, and it’s easy to see why. The twin glazing lets a good amount of natural light through, without compromising on character. There are so many glazing options for this door you can really add a personal touch to your home with this style.
This door style is something of a dark horse, in that its popularity does not seem to wane despite the addition of so many new door styles. The arched curves on the top of the glazing panels offer a softer look than the Ludlow, which may be more at home on older properties or homes with arched brickwork.
The Thornbury is a fairly new addition to the Solidor range, and it offers something a little different to the rest of the range. The door has a completely flush face without any moulds on grooves, which makes the door a great choice for up market, trendy homes. Despite having a flush face, the door still has a grained finish to give an authentic timber appearance.
Solidor can offer any of the huge door range as a French door, so if you need double doors to maximize your living space look no further. The classic 50/50 split is available, as well as a range of offset French doors – these essentially look like a door and side panel but have the same French Door functionality. French Doors are fitted with a bespoke multipoint locking system to the master door and shoot-bolts to the slave door.
Stable doors are still hugely popular, and the Solidor offering is possibly the best composite stable door on the market today. The door features a top sash that can be opened independently, which is great for busy kitchens or rooms that require ventilation. The door is fitted with a bolt to allow the door to operate as a complete unit, and also comes with a 4 way locking system to ensure the door is secure at all points.
Solidor offer a huge range of side panels. Aside from the usual fully glazed options, there is a huge range of matching composite side panels available that will compliment the door styles. A composite side panel can really create a stunning entrance, and also offer unrivalled security. If you require side panels and are looking to make a statement, composite side panels are the obvious choice.
Some homes require something more bespoke, for example an arched frame or even an arched door to fit existing brickwork. Solidor are one of the only manufacturers who can manufacture both, with all the usual colour and glass options. Arched doors take a little longer to make, but your patience will pay off as they offer a truly stunning entrance door that is unlike anything most other manufacturers can even produce.