Choosing new doors is never as straightforward as it seems; not only do you often have to finish the door in your chosen paint colour yourself, there’s also the frame, the handle, and the architrave moulding to consider, as well as installation and decorating costs. Want to make like easier? Cue Maverick Doors, a new online company that does all the hard work for you.
Taking the stress out of the myriad small decisions, it offers simple, pre-finished doors and door sets with the luxury of choice and bespoke options all in once place.
Offering a stylish choice of nine distinctive door styles and a select range of colours, finishes and ironmongery, each door is made to order and finished in the brand’s factory, cutting carpentry costs - and a lot headaches - in the process.
All the component parts are pre-made onsite, saving time and making delivery quick, but also offering excellent opportunity to ensure all the doors are of a high-quality finish.
Handles can be finished in dark bronze, antique brass, satin nickel, polished nickel, and satin brass.
The six standard colour finishes include pure white, ammonite, light grey, mid grey, dark grey and black, although you can chat to the team if you have a colour preference.
Providing doors to everyone from award-winning private residences and celebrity homes to international hotels (and even the odd palace) the team certainly know a thing or two about doors.
And the best thing is that the choice is yours; you can order just the door in a primed white if you already have your handles and want to paint it yourself, or you can get the full set, including a painted finish, handles and architrave. Stress-free styling with a luxury finish? We're sold.
A white primed door set starts from £399, while a finished colour door set starts at £519. Visit maverickdoors.com (opens in new tab).
Ruth Doherty is an experienced digital writer and editor specializing in interiors, travel and lifestyle. With 20 years of writing for national sites under her belt, she’s worked for the likes of Livingetc.com, Standard, Ideal Home, Stylist and Marie Claire as well as Homes & Gardens.
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