[caption id="attachment_4519" align="alignleft" width="316"] Floral Glazing on the Camden Door[/caption]
Glass panels featuring flowers is always a popular trend that many people like for their homes. Some people invest in floral stained glass windows, while others may choose an external door to showcase their favourite flowers. This means that every visitor and passers by will get to see your attractive designs on display.
Generally the top flower of choice is the traditional red rose, however this may not be the case in our local area - the White Rose County of Yorkshire.
Doorsan offer a wide selection of timber doors including many glazed traditional designs with floral features. One of our more popular models is the Acacia hardwood external door, which is an attractive traditional style of glazed door. The large glass panel in the centre of the door includes an intricately designed rose bush with green leaves and large flowers. Unlike some basic rose patterns, this is a realistic image of flowers on a stained glass effect pane. This is a good value door, which offers an attractive design.
One of our most ornate doors is the Kensington hardwood double glazed door, which features a very intricate leaded floral design. The key colours are green stems and leaves with pretty blue flowers. The door glazing also includes a blue and yellow chequerboard pattern with additional pink glass around the edges. Three central vertical panels include flowers within yellow pots and a large panel at the top includes two intricate blue flowers surrounding a large central green stem. This is a high quality design which would not go unnoticed by anyone that calls at your door.
The Richmond is another pretty floral door within our collection with two vertical panels featuring rounded red flowers and a green leaf pattern. The Richmond is a hardwood door that can be painted or varnished as you prefer.
If you are looking for a floral design in a glazed front door then please take a look at the glazed external doors on the Doorsan website.