noun: stable door; plural: stable doors. 1. a door with an upper and lower leaf that may be opened separately
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A charming addition to a farm house, but equally at home in a more contemporary setting
Having dogs, it’s great to be able to open the top half of the door to let in air and keep them inside
Timber stable doors are increasingly popular and our own door designs replicate the traditional barn-style entrance that is especially suited to cottages and farmhouses. However, many people choose them for more contemporary projects, just opt for a bold colour or contemporary hardware and you’re all set.
It is perfect to keep small children and pets in place, yet allowing fresh air and light in. It has also been known as a double hung door, but we prefer stable door.
Similar to all of the timber doors that we manufacture, our timber stable door incorporates multi-point locking and cylinder locks that meet the TS007 3 Star British Kitemark and the SS312 Sold Secure diamond standards
If the colour coating you require is not included in our standard options then we can match a physical sample of branded paint colour. We can also provide doorsets in dual colour, allowing the exterior to be a different colour to the interior.
Check out our range of stable door furniture to find the perfect accompanying handles and accessories to compliment your stable door.
Founded in 1884, George Barnsdale is a family run business manufacturing high-performance timber windows and doors in Donington, Lincolnshire and offering a nationwide project management and installation service.