Creating new doors to walk through

When me and Gary bought our first pad together in December 2015, we knew we were in for a ride.

To say our house needed a lot doing to it would be an understatement and after planning, taking out a loan and buying tons of paint samples, we are now starting to see a change in our house’s appearance.

Before we get down to the plastering and painting section of our decorating, we are at the stage where our new boiler has been fitted, we have completely redone the garden and now our new windows and front door are/have been fitted.

When we were picking our windows, we knew we wanted black sash ones but when it came to our new front door, we weren’t entirely sure what it was we wanted.

After having a scout online, we discovered Window Tech, a company based in Romford(near us) and they introduced us to Solidor and we have never looked back.

Available online for ease and convenience, Solidor have a wide range of exterior doors to suit any home. As our house was built around 1900, we wanted something that was classic looking and wouldn’t look out of place on a old red bricked building like ours.

So after a few visits to Window Tech and looking at Solidor’s inspiration pages, we finally decided on this gorgeous black Ludlow composite door.

With chrome features including the knocker, door knob and letter box, this design is just perfect for us and our home and with the two windows also included, this brought so much light into our living room and also on the stairs. It’s a strong and sturdy door too and I am so pleased with how great the black looks against the red brick.

Over all I am so pleased with it. It just looks so fresh and really highlights the character of our old, little house. It’s a pretty bold choice but I’m so pleased we went with our gut and it will look great once the new windows are fitted also! Installation was easy too and it was fitted in one day(about 4 hours.)

What do you think?

Check out Solidor’s website here for inspiration for your new front door.

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