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An experienced commercial and residential interior designer, partitioned his property with Black Grey Internal Doors

Let us set the scene. Andy, the Homeowner, used to commute in to and out of London on a regular basis and spent his time on the train sketching out his dream house. After not long, Andy & his wife purchased a Bungalow in a lovely quaint village in Essex and started the first chapter of their forever Family home – demolishing the Bungalow.

Fast-forward to the current day, 3 years later, and the Family home was almost all complete with some fine-tuning left to do outdoors and one key element remaining internally. An elegant internal partition that allowed light to pass through whilst providing acoustic separation from the kitchen and living area to the rest of the house was required.

After seeing the Origin Internal Door product in a design journal they contacted their local Premium Trade Partner, Paxton’s Home Improvement, to discuss the options available for this area.

Andy & family visited Paxton’s showroom to get a feel for the product and how it performed. Having looked at the Origin Internal Door, the family wanted to have a further look so ended up visiting the Showroom at the Origin HQ to which they knew this was the door set for them.

Colour & Hardware options…

The family agreed upon the colour choice of Black Grey, RAL 7021M, as this complemented the house aesthetic as well as the external products they already had installed. The Black Grey was preferred over the Jet Black, RAL 9005 as it was a softer finish and really comes to life when the sun hits the profile.

The Contemporary Handle in Satin Nickel provided a simple yet effective off-set to the door. The handle perfectly matches the hinges with the subtly accentuated rings on the hinge, the co-ordination is extremely desirable.

More about the project…

With years of experience in the commercial interior design industry, Andy has opted for acoustically rated glass – a must-have for a busy family home, in his words. The acoustic rated glass allows for the family to enjoy all parts of their home without disruption, whilst also sharing the natural light which continues to flood through the spaces.

The house was constructed to Passivhaus criteria, something the family were set on when developing their plot of land to achieve an ultra low energy requirement.

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