If you do live in a barn conversion, why not add a large door with windows at either side in the space where the traditional barn door once sat? This stylishly fills the space while also letting in more natural light. It also creates a stunning feature for your house and draws any attention straight to your front door.
If you’re using an old outhouse or stable as a garage then consider an external door without any glass panes or ways for intruders to see what’s inside. As you can see from this example, we made and fitted a classic door with a full height tongue and groove panel, so that cars, keys and valuables can’t be seen from the outside. It complements the other doors on the building really well.
If you’re replacing your doors, keep some character such as stained glass. We often work with D Sunderland Glass when a customer wants to keep or add stained glass into their doors and windows, they have an excellent track record of creating stunning stained glass pieces and will even repair any existing stained glass you may have.
If this has sparked some ideas for you, get in touch with us to arrange a quote for windows and doors in timber, aluminium and uPVC.