Victorian Terrace, Kew contemporary
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Victorian Terrace, Kew Contemporary , London

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Gagan Grewal wrote:
Beautiful design. Where did you source these doors from please?
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Porous Designs Ltd

Thanks for your comments. The doors were made by the contractors own joinery company and were based on the original Victorian door details. A good joiner should be able to help you.

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milojacob wrote:
What colour are the walls and woodwork? Thanks
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