Georgian Period Internal Doors

Early Georgian doors are characterised by the simplicity of their design, classical influence and sense of proportion.
Pure moulding details, with simple designs of Roman classical influence are applied to panelled doors. Typical door panel configurations are 2 panel doors, 4 panel doors and 6 panel doors. Raised and fielded doors were employed to create greater depth, substance and to indicate a higher status. As the Georgian period progresses we see a gradual evolution in mouldings with the introduction of classical Grecian influence in design.


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Doors

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Door Linings

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Door Mouldings