Endurance Doors have a wide variety of classic doors inspired by the Georgian and Victorian eras. Ideal for the most traditional looking property, this collections offers all the benefits and features of modern security whilst maintaining a traditional look. With 20 doors to choose from, all available in our 17 amazing colours with the option for matching coloured frames, you're sure to find something to suit your home.
Our most popular door boasts a classic style whilst providing safety and security for your peace of mind. With 2 large glazed panels you can let a decent amount of light into your hallway whilst maintaining your privacy with different decorative glazing options.
Our Ben Nevis door is of traditional Georgian style, and provides complete privacy for your home. This style is ideal for homes on main roads where you want utmost privacy and security.
This style is another design unique to Endurance Doors, and is both traditional and contemporary properties. The Bowmont also works well as a back door.
Similar to our popular Scafell style, this door will allow for a good amount of light in your hallway due to the panel at the top. For a striking combination choose Anthracite Grey with Chrome hardware.
Let plenty of light into your hallway with the Elbrus door. This Victorian style door is the big sister to the Mont Blanc style, featuring an extra 2 glazed panels.
Add a touch of Georgian regency to your home with our popular Eiger style. Maintain your privacy without compromising on style, whilst letting light into your hallway.
Similar to the Ben Nevis style, the McKinley door features a solid twin moulded cassette providing the utmost privacy for your home. This traditional style door looks great making a statement in bold primary colours such as Rich Red and French Navy.
The Skiddaw is a popular choice for home-owners looking to add some light to an enclosed hallway whilst maintaining a traditional appearance. One of our best-sellers, the Skiddaw can be customised with endless different colour and glazing options.
This popular style allows light to flood into your entranceway whilst maintaining a good level of privacy, making this design suitable for properties on busy main roads. Best suited to a traditional exterior, this door looks great in a wide variety of colours.
Similar to our ever-popular Etna style, the Monte Rosa features a single moulded panel for optimum security. Allow light into your home with 2 glazed panels, and choose from a wide variety of glazing options to ensure your door increases the kerb appeal of your home.
The Olympus is a classic style incorporating softer lines than some of our other traditional styles, sure to allow plenty of light into the home. The single moulded cassette is solid, secure and stylish.
Similar to our Olympus door, the Pelmo features softer lines than some of our other traditional styles, and will allow plenty of light in. The twin moulded cassette is solid, secure and stylish.
The Scafell is a grand looking door ideal for making a statement. This versatile door is best suited to striking colours such as Rich Red and French Navy, but also works well in the more classic Anthracite Grey and Cream.
Unique to Endurance Doors, the Lingmell is ideal for both traditional and contemporary properties. The large single glazed panel lets in plenty of light, and this door also works well as a back door allowing you to look out onto your garden.
The Snowdon is an extremely versatile style, with the option to create a stable door or add Georgian bars to the glazing. It best suits traditional properties and looks fantastic in Golden Oak, Walnut and Mahogany.
The Tate is a twist on our popular Snowdon style, with a single moulded panel instead of a twin. This style works well as both front and back doors and is sure to allow plenty of light into your home.
This 1930s style door can be found in many a London suburb, and now you can achieve this traditional look too. Hailing from the Victorian and Georgian eras, this door features glazing much further up the door than some of our other styles, allowing lots of light in to you property.
Similar to the 1930s style Walton door, the Wentwood features a single glazed panel instead of two, allowing you to flood your home with light. Retain your privacy by choosing Satin glass.
This acacia style door is typical of Georgian architecture with its smaller glazing area and looks fantastic in a wide range of colours. Pearl Grey and Racing Green work well, and contrasting hardware will allow you to really make a statement with this door.
Add a touch of class to your home with the Cader Idris door. A traditional style door, this looks fantastic on both contemporary and period properties. We love the addition of Spring glass to create a very traditional look.