These 1930s Glazed oak doors look amazing in a period property. We supply the 1930’s door with a solid laminated oak frame and lower oak panels. We make the door as a shaker style with flat oak panels. Our specialist staff leave the upper panel open for you to add a glass panel of your choice. Whilst we do not supply the glass, we supply each door with oak glazing beading.
Heritage manufacture the 1930s glazed doors to a 40mm thickness for a solid heavy door. We laminate the stiles and rails together two 20mm sections of solid oak. Laminating the sections in this way makes the door much more structurally stable than using a single piece of oak. We do all laminations in house so that we can control the quality.
We use mortice and tenon joints, which we wedge and hydraulically press to make the mainframe of the door. This is a traditional method that results in a much stronger construction than the more common dowelled joints. It also means you can be sure your door is made to last.
All our internal mortice & tenon door’s are handcrafted to each order. The typical lead time is around 3-4 weeks.
Please note: Every 1930’s glass opening door is custom made to your exact sizes and as such once manufactured cannot be returned
We manufacture these doors to order in our Sheffield factory.
We use a high grade of white oak, specially selected to suit mortice and tenon doors. Most of the timber will be clear however you will find the occasional knot in the door which helps to emphasis the door's solid oak construction. The timber we use is specially kiln dried to make it suitable for internal use.
As with any timber product, once you have ensured the door is the correct size, then it is critical that you finish the door, including on the underside with a good quality finish. Every home experiences changes in relative humidity through the various seasons. Left untreated your door will constantly attempt to equalise with the surrounding moisture content, and will expand and contract as a result. To limit this, thorough finishing is critical
Standard and Custom Sizes
The 1930'style Internal oak door is manufactured to order to your exact size. We will make your door in any size up to 950mm x 2100mm for the same price. We can make larger doors but please call with your requirements.
All the doors are made to a standard 40mm thick using laminated oak stiles and rails. To manufacture these we laminate 2 x 20mm oak sections in house.
We strongly recommend you specify the door a few mm oversize, and plane the door on site to suit unless you are absolutely sure that the door frame is 100% square. They rarely are! Your new oak door is custom made, and cannot be returned/refunded once manufactured so please consider these measurements carefully. We will confirm them back to you once you have let us know in an order confirmation so we both have a clear understanding of the size required
Please note that custom doors will take around a week to manufacture.
We can also pre-finish your door for you if you prefer. If you select this option, we will hand apply the finish of your choice from our wide range. All of our finishes use a hardwax oil top coat, which creates a wonderful subtle finish to the oak whilst protecting the timber. We can finish your new Pattern 10 door in a Traditional Clear hardwax oil or you can choose from one of our Shades finish or Aged oak finishes.
If you select this option we will pre-finish your new door in a clear hardwax satin oil. These modern finishes are manufactured using a mixture of natural oils and waxes and help to bring out the natural beauty of the oak
The Heritage shades range uses the latest finishes and techniques to create a variety of colours and styles to suit every home. Shades takes the natural beauty and variation of oak and tailors it to a number of highly individual styles so that there is a choice that will match whatever decor and look you are creating with your home project.
The Heritage Aged range use special stains that react with the tannins, this process can be prompted to happen straight away. We combine these reactive stains in a multi stage finishing process with various coloruing and highlighting effects before adding a top coat of hardwax oil and the results are truly stunning.
Doors are carefully packaged before being shipped with a national courier. For smaller orders, each door is wrapped in a sturdy cardboard carton and shipped individually. Larger orders (typically 12-15 doors+ will be palletised)