09Sep 2019

Making An Entrance

Posted in: - By Patchett Joinery

Our friends at Design Glass in Brighouse created these stunning individually leaded stained glass pieces which were encapsulated into a new double glazed, argon filled unit.

Take a look at the before picture. The new door has transformed the entrance to this stunning house in North Leeds.

We matched the colour to Farrow and Ball Inchyra Blue using Remmers Aqua-Stopp exterior grade paint system.

The hardware is from Traditional Window Fittings. The letter plate itself is available in 17 different finishes. They are subjected to an 80-hour heat treatment process known as annealing, after which they are cooled slowly, changing the carbon structure of the iron so that it is soft and malleable. Rough edges are removed, the castings are assembled and a rustproofing finish is applied.

All this design and high quality multipoint locking system with fully insulated panels.

We don’t compromise on any aspect, even down to the hinges, which in this case have an antique brass washer to match.

This door will continue to give enjoyment for generations to come. Can you imagine the pleasure of passing through this hallway or arriving home after a long day?