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One of the best things about Victorian-style internal doors is their versatility. A Victorian door lends itself equally well to placement in a Victorian-era terraced property, a semi-detached new build, or even a country cottage.
The simple panelled design enables these doors to be integrated seamlessly into virtually any interior aesthetic. And because we stock internal Victorian doors in a huge variety of sizes, colours and finishes, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your home.
Let’s take a closer look.
Oak is a perfect choice for the timeless design of a Victorian-style internal door. Its warm, rich appearance can be subtly enhanced with your choice of finish. Although we also offer a number of fully finished options too.
As well as looking great, oak is also a natural insulator of both heat and sound, helping you to feel warmer and more comfortable in your living space.
Pine is a more budget-friendly option than oak, while still providing a beautiful and comforting appearance that compliments the simple design of Victorian-style design.
Pine doors are characterised by their distinctive whorls, knots and swirls, making this wood a great choice for those who love the humble beauty of the wood grain. We have a range of unfinished Victorian pine doors such as this oak Victorian shaker 4 panel from Climadoor.
Glazing adds even more variety to our range of Victorian doors. The panels within these doors can be replaced with glazed panes or “lights” that add a splash of natural light to any space. Clear glass provides a view into the next room, while frosted glass provides a greater degree of privacy while also slightly diffusing the light that enters into your living space. Some options also feature a combination of clear and frosted glass to create beautiful designs that accentuate the antiquated feel of Victorian doors.
White-primed doors are great for adding a light and breezy feel to your living space. With a coat of primer already attached, you can be assured of smooth and even coverage when you apply a further coat of white paint (or any other light colour). This is a great way to add a personal twist to a classic design. We have a huge range of white-primed Victorian doors both with and without glazing.
Many of our Victorian door models are available as internal fire doors. So you can get the look you want, along with the reassurance that comes with outstanding fire safety.
Victorian-style fire doors are thicker than standard Victorian internal doors at 44mm in thickness rather than the conventional 35mm. They are designed with a solid engineered core as well as intumescent strips to help contain heat and smoke in the event of a fire. Cold smoke seals may also be applied to prevent smoke from seeping between the door leaf and frame. These FD30-rated doors will keep smoke and flames at bay for a minimum of 30 minutes as long as they are properly installed.
Please note that fire doors need to be fitted in an appropriate fire door frame with CE-marked hinges.
Victorian doors add a distinctive yet versatile aesthetic to your living space, adding a touch of class to your décor. And because they’re made from the highest-quality materials by some of the most trusted brands, you know that they’re also built to last.
Our outstanding range means that wherever your tastes may lie, there’s a Victorian-style door for every home.
Questions about Victorian Internal Doors
Victorian-style doors are known for their distinctive 4-panel design which may incorporate raised mouldings, raised and fielded panels or flat panels. While simple in style, they offer more decoration than the even-more-minimalist and simple shaker-style door. Traditionally, Victorian doors were made from solid pine. However, today’s construction techniques enable construction with pine, oak, and even MDF. Victorian construction was built to last, and our range of Victorian-style doors combines a time-honoured design and commitment to quality with the very best of contemporary construction.