Composite Door COLOURS

Just one of the better reasons for choosing a Composite Door as opposed to a Standard uPVC Door is colour. Coupled with your choice of door furniture and style it’s possible to add a real sense of character to each and every one. With the extra benefit of added security you have a great addition to any home.


White Composite Door Colour

The Classic window/door colour making this choice timeless. Benefits over uPVC include a woodgrain finish while keeping inline with the rest of the property. Creates a fresh, clean look.


Red Composite Door Colour

Welcoming and warm, good luck for some and will make you stand out. Historically in Scotland symbolises a paid mortgage. Einstein once painted his door this colour so he could easily identify his house!


Green Composite Door Colour

Natural feeling and said to symbolise something hidden or unknown, green also represents health and tranquillity.


Blue Composite Door Colour

Nautical and natural, this colour suggests a sense of adventure but also of control. Perfect for those budding sea captains out there.


Black Composite Door Colour

A symbol of strength and power, the colour of the most famous door in the UK. Black also offers a timeless look and it absorbs light. Matches perfectly with white.


Rosewood Composite Door Colour

Having replaced the old horizontal lined woodgrain pattern this choice now benefits from a more diverse grained pattern. Deep and almost medieval in feel, this colour is often seen as solid and sturdy.

Light Oak

Light Oak Composite Door Colour

This perfectly matches Golden Oak. Could be considered the softer wood effect while still maintaining strength and quality.


Grey Composite Door Colour

Currently a very modern choice. Looks great all year round. Conveys sophistication and is easy to match with other colours.

Duck Egg Blue

Duck Egg Blue Composite Door Colour

Similar to baby blue a retro colour derived from the shade of ducks eggs. Said to be soft and calming as well as favoured by those in touch with nature.

Chartwell Green

Charwell Green Composite Door Colour

The colour of choice for those with pride in their home. Suggesting the occupier would be relaxed and have a strong sense of community spirit.


Cream Composite Door Colour

Rich, Luxurious, and Elegant. This colour blends well with any shade of brown thus would be ideal to match our Oak frames. Some suggest that it can be used to make a house look larger.

Black Brown

Black Brown Composite Door Colour

Also known as Black Ash or Black Tan. Something for those looking for a strong colour with a hint of difference.

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