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3 new colours and 2 new styles from Solidor

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Earlier in the year Solidor asked for installers and customers help in deciding what their next door colour should be. Originally they stated that they were only going to launch a single new colour in the summer but as so many suggestions Solidor extended their colour range to include 3 great new hues, giving a choice of 23 slab options for the door. Combining this with the 29 frames available in the variations range gives you over 450,000 colour permutations for your installations. Something for even the most particular of customers.

2 new door styles

 

 

Solidor has introduced two new door styles into their traditional range, The Stirling and The Trieste, available in a range of colours to suit different home styles.

 

 

3 new colours

Lavender

As its namesake suggests this fresh and floral colour looks fantastic on traditional door styles. Complete the look with some heritage door furniture to create a unique and stylish entrance.

 

Cobalt Blue

The boldest hue with this new range also said to inspire a sense of safety and serenity, this will be a favourite across traditional or contemporary styles. Teamed with a crisp white frame and chrome fittings, this choice will give a truly inspiring entrance.

Twilight Grey

Twilight Grey sits in between dark Anthracite Grey and lighter French Grey, giving a hue that will evoke a feeling of tranquillity and stability. A dark frame such as Anthracite Grey will give this entrance a truly modern finish.

So there you have it, the new Pastel Range by Solidor. Why not try designing the dream door with the online door designer tool today. 

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