Extremely popular in Victorian and Edwardian architecture
French doors are traditionally a double opening door set without a centre post, the master opening door closing onto the slave door to fasten securely. Usually positioned at the rear of the house to open on to the garden area.
Extremely popular in Victorian and Edwardian architecture .For larger apertures the use of fixed sidelights can give open views to the garden and beyond.
Trade Timber Windows is the market leader when it comes to timber french doors, sometimes referred to as ‘wooden french doors’