June 8, 2021
Traditionally a stable door is associated with a working farm, designed for the function of keeping horses within their stable while still allowing them to view out onto the yard. From the seventeenth century the stable door transitioned to become a key feature of farmhouses, preventing any loose farm animals such as chickens from roaming into the house.
These days you will find a timber stable door in many farmhouses and cottages in rural areas as well as in contemporary and modern homes. The top half of the stable door functions as a window, adding ventilation and letting light stream into your home. Alternatively, both parts of the stable door can be locked together to create a singular door function.
The dual function of the stable door offers the perfect solution on those warm summer evenings to allow fresh air to flow through your home as well as keep children and animals safely inside or out of trouble!
Opting for a solid timber door over a uPVC one will increase the security of your home as they are so much stronger. Take peace of mind in the security of your new stable door with our multi-point locking and cylinder locks which meet TS007 3 Star British Kitemark and the SS312 Solid Secure diamond standards.
Not only do we offer a bespoke design service, you can also customise the colour. We offer limitless colour options as well as dual colour option for a door with different colour inside to out, or frame to sash.
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