Retaining and respecting the look of neighbouring properties in a local area should always be an important factor to consider when choosing new windows and doors. This gives an area a distinct character that becomes synonymous over time. In Bristol, on this street of terraced homes, Mr Mein has had a new front door installed which perfectly complements the other houses on his road.
“It was important for us to retain the look of the street, the majority of our neighbour’s doors all have a similar style.”
After taking inspiration from his neighbours, Mr Mein specified a stunning new Bevington entrance door in a ‘Harewood Grey’ finish for his home. This features traditional ‘bolection’ style mouldings on the panels, as well as Polished Brass ironmongery, including a large Doctor’s knocker and a Medium sized letter plate from Samuel Heath.
The beautiful toplight on the new door is a bespoke stained-glass design and is a close replica of Mr Mein’s neighbour’s door.
Adding Value to the House
“We are gradually renovating the entire house and with everything we do, our focus is to add value, and the new door does exactly that”
explains Mr Mein.
“The stone work around the door was crumbling as well and this has now been replaced. The new door is fantastic and I believe we now have the best-looking house on the street!”