WIMBLEDON FAMILY HOUSEVictorian Entrance, London

A Victorian semi-detached house in Wimbledon has been remodelled and transformed
into a modern family home, including extensive underpinning and extensions at lower
ground floor level in order to form a large open-plan space.

Photographer: Nick Smith

Medium sized victorian front door in London with a single front door, a grey front door and brown walls. —  Houzz
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I Ri wrote:24 February 2015
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    5 years ago
    Either go to your glazier and ask for sandblasted glass or buy opaque window film.
  • silyab53
    5 years ago
    'Doors Of Distinction' are fab for loads of ideas or 'Steve Sherriff' if you want double or triple glazes glass. Good Luck Bee
Sara Marshall wrote:1 May 2014
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    6 years ago
    Thank you Elena, the client had a lot of input and it was a lot of fun working with her. We were responsible for the Interior Design inside, soft design, furniture etc. The lantern was purchased from Davey Lighting, you can purchase this on line. Warm regards, Rebecca.
  • Richard Rogers
    5 years ago
    Handmade Period Doors over 3000 in stock all made from reclaimed wood - https://www.facebook.com/OldPineCompany?ref=tn_tnmn
coriander2 wrote:27 September 2015
  • Jackie Wilson
    3 years ago

    Love the old fashioned door pull. Where did you find it?

pippa5 wrote:9 October 2014
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    6 years ago
    Hi yes - we bought the lantern from Davey Lighting, you can buy this on line. I hope this helps! Regards, Rebecca.
lottie _InteriorDesign123 wrote:5 April 2020
    interiorsaddict wrote:10 January 2015
      Fatima Castelo wrote:31 August 2014

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Gabrielle Orcutt added this to 10 Steps to Freshen up Your Front Door11 November 2014

        Ring for attentionA traditional door bell is a charming way to adorn the front of your house without looking too try-hard. This bell pull add a dash of simple, old-school charm to the front of this home, but if you’re feeling daring, paint yours a bright colour for a more attention-grabbing facade.See illuminating ways to light your entrance

        Cathy Rebecca added this to Exploring Architecture: Discover the Secrets of Victorian Homes8 October 2014

        PorchesVictorian buildings typically had a front porch marking the main entrance to the house. Their features vary depending on the grandness of the property. Small terraced houses would typically have had a small sheltered area, while grander properties might have had steps, gables and carvings around the porch.

        Jo Froude added this to How to Improve Your Home’s Kerb Appeal18 July 2014

        Shed some lightInvest in some decent lighting outside your property and home will seem more welcoming than ever. Motion-activated security lights are the most energy efficient option, but there’s something rather special about having the porch light left on for your return.Check out these ideas for outdoor lighting

        What Houzz users are commenting on:

        stuwil297 added this to Wellesley Road20 August 2020

        Stairs, plus put in ceiling arch

        susan newton added this to susan's ideas3 August 2020

        door color - looks like French Linen

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