Doors of Britain

Doors of Britain

Doors, doors, wonderful doors …

Our rich architectural heritage is part of what makes Britain great. Our country is full of wonderful buildings that span a wide range of styles. We wanted to reflect this diversity by simply focusing on one element, doors. So, we’ve gathered together a few of our favourite doors from all over the UK and combined them to create our very own 'Doors of the UK' poster. We’ve included some of our favourites below. We hope that these will inspire your next mini renovation project...

We’d love to see your door pics too. If you have an image of a magnificent door taken anywhere in the UK please share them with us below or on our social media pages using

@fromtheanvil.

Perfect Pastels.

Don’t these gentle pastel colours look great against the original red brickwork. Above Left – Richmond, Above Right – Herefordshire.

 

These London doors celebrate colour, using one tone (be it bold or more muted) to create a distinct, elegant look.

 

Create symmetry with planters.

We love the Mediterranean feel of this door in Bath (above left) and the classic look of the Milbank Arms in Barningham.

 

Okay, we’ve got serious wreath envy! (Above left) was spotted in the market town of Ludlow, we love the contrast created between the gorgeous blue door, original red brick, and brass hardware. Not to mention that wonderful original surround.

 

Something contemporary.

ABOVE LEFT – Hampshire, ABOVE RIGHT – Henley-on-Thames

 

A great porch always adds impact to an entrance door. ABOVE LEFT – Richmond, ABOVE RIGHT – Oxfordshire

 

More blue hues

Navy is perhaps considered the classic shade of blue for a town house door, but we love both of these blue alternatives, and how great that wonderful Georgian glazing!

And the final thing …

We’ve printed some of our ‘Doors of the UK’ posters in A3. If you would like one, please get in touch.

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