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- A Guide to Decorating Your Door With Hardware
You have just finished the search to find your perfect oak door, so now it is time to find the right door hardware for that finishing touch. When it comes to door furniture there are many different items that you can add to internal doors to improve their appearance, so it can be difficult to find the right products to achieve your desired look. In this article, we have put together some door hardware tips that you can use as inspiration when decorating your oak doors.
- Door Furniture – Old vs. New
There are many options of door furniture available depending on the look you are trying to achieve. The exception to this rule is if you are looking for a cottage style effect and go for our barn/ledge and brace/antique style door. Due to the thickness of the door you are limited on what you can use. For this type of door we recommend the
- How to Fit a Suffolk Latch
The Suffolk Latch is a simple drop-down bar and latch that is an ideal solution for door latching in period properties. You can purchase simple, square latches or more ornate period ones. Whatever kind of latch you choose, it should be stylish, clean looking and allow the door to be opened from both sides,
- How To Fit A Mortise Lock
Some doors come with locks already fitted but most quality doors will not, hence allowing the owner to choose what type of lock and latch they are going to use. Fitting a Mortise Lock into a door requires a slightly above average level of DIY skill.
- Hanging A Door Using T Hinges: A How-To Guide
T-hinges are as much a part of the style of a country cottage doorway as the door they hold up. Unlike its more common cousins that are usually hidden from view, the t-hinge sits proudly exposed on top of the wood even when closed.
- A Guide to the Specification of Different Door Hinges
There are aspects of home renovation that are exciting and rewarding, after all you are deciding on the surroundings you and your family will be living in for some time to come. But then again, there are also the more mundane details that need to be taken care of.