Striking double front door for former Edwardian pump house

Timber Polstead double front door with sidelights and toplight, featuring 18mm astragal glazing bars and Samuel Heath antique brass unlaquered furniture.

This former Edwardian pump house on the Suffolk coast had sat derelict for many years, before being lovingly restored and converted to a residence 30 years ago.

Now home to Mr & Mrs Baines, we were delighted to be commissioned to replace the entrance doors on such a beautiful and historic building.

With a brief to pay tribute to the industrial past of the building, we designed a double front door to do just that, whilst at the same time increase the light and ensuring a high level of security and thermal efficiency.

Before door
Before
After

The new installation is a timber Polstead double front door design with toplight and sidelights, finished in a colour complementary to Farrow & Ball ‘Studio Green’. To complete the design, 18mm astragal glazing bars were incorporated and a Samuel Heath antique brass unlacquered ring knocker, contour shoulder handle and medium sized letter plate was chosen.

Of the result, Mrs Baines said:

“I adore the fact it lets in so much more light, and it’s much easier to use now too.

Overall, I am delighted to have been able to enhance my home, and give it the character it deserves!”

In addition to their striking new entrance, we enhanced Mr & Mrs Baines’ property further still with French doors, French windows, a casement window and a stable door, all from our timber range, as you’ll see in the gallery below.

To discover how we can help transform your home, visit our showrooms in Woodbridge or Bury St Edmunds or contact our friendly team.

Why opt for Samuel Heath door furniture?

Combining perfect function and beautiful form.  Each piece of Samuel Heath premium brassware is formed from pure solid brass, hand polished and finished with a high-quality electroplating process.  Each process takes place in their Birmingham factory, there is absolute control over manufacturing, quality and environmental responsibility.  British imagined and designed, they have managed to develop hand crafted and eco-conscious brassware that conserves materials and reduces carbon emissions.

Each piece is sure to delight the senses.

Choosing timber as a material.

We use products supplied by Timber Windows.  Their core products have been perfected over time, all with improved engineering and security in mind.  The range provides the basis for products that can be tailored to any home, that are also historically correct, without compromising on technology.  This high-performance product provides longevity and durability, ensuring we are playing our part in using less resources for the benefit of the environment and our customers.  Timber is a natural product so it can be repaired to look as good as new, contrasting with the nature of many man-made materials.

By extending the life of the product it reduces the need to buy more.  If you buy better, you buy less.  The guarantees provided are industry leading.