J B Kind Decima White Primed Door Pair - Brushed Chrome Camings - Bevelled Clear Glass
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This Decima White Door Pair with Brushed Chrome Camings (Leadwork) on a SINGLE PANE of glass etched into 10 panes with a bevel on each pane at the external edges only and not to each edge of each pane, the camings are in brushed chrome and are present on both sides of the glass. Read more
This Decima White Primed glazed door would be a welcome addtion to any hallway or bedroom that requires extra light.
The door pairs can be fitted with or without the extra "pairmaker" planted rebate for site fixing, using the pairmaker adds 7mm to the "tight" sizes listed and not using it means that the doors will just "butt" together where they meet, the doors can open away or towards you and with the left or the right hand as the slave door, this "pairmaker" item may need cut to height.
The pairmaker will be supplied oak veneered unfinished and needs to be varnished, painted or stained to match the chosen door pair.
Sizes are 1372mm, 1524mm, and 1676mm, a great door pair at a great price.
We strongly advise that Dry Assembly checks are undertaken prior to installation of the doors, this is to ensure that you have received the correct goods as well as double checking that the goods are fit for purpose and are not damaged or faulty in any way before working upon them.
These are two individual doors put together to offer you more choice with regard to door pairs and any addition of the "pairmaker" items adds to the overall door width, veneered door colours will be the best match but cannot be guaranteed and natural grain will vary.
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