As the ambassador rose from her seat to leave the luxurious leather upholstery emitted a satisfying creak. Her feet sank into the deep carpet as she wove her way through the widely spaced tables towards the exit. Her fingers brushed lightly across the surface of the door as she reached for the handle and she paused briefly to admire the solid, secure sensation as it glided silently and effortlessly open at her touch. As she emerged into the cool evening air she glanced back to watch the door swing closed with a satisfying, weighty clunk. No wonder the city’s elite chose to gather here; a door like that provided a feeling of sanctuary that was simply impossible to replicate.
Endurance Doors are pleased to announce an exclusive new addition to our range of colours: the ambassador’s choice, Walnut. Virtually indistinguishable from the real thing, one of our doors finished in Walnut will add a touch of class to any home.
We use 3D Laminates CoolSkins for all of our doors which offer full through colour. This means that there is no danger of paint chipping or uneven fading. For the ultimate in style and class we can supply Rehau frames finished in Walnut to perfectly match our Endurance Doors. Unlike sprayed frames where there can be a noticeable difference between colours our Walnut will blend seamlessly to give a superb final appearance.
Managing Director Stephen Nadin is pleased with the new addition. “Wooden finish is difficult to get right” he says, “but the team at 3D Laminates have done an amazing job. This Walnut finish looks incredible and is the ideal match for the quality of our doors.”
To find out more about the Endurance Doors range and the colours and designs we can offer please call 01652 659259 or view our full range of solid composite doors.
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