As part of its innovative doors range for 2008, JELD-WEN has released a brand new Flock glass design in its ever popular Oakfield 2-light decorative moulded door. Taking its inspirations from the Arts and Crafts era, the attractive new glass design perfectly complements the modern trend towards arts and crafts styling, which is popular for wallpaper, soft furnishings and floorcoverings.

Mark Roberts, Product Manager for JELD-WEN, said: “These doors are very contemporary and ideal for buyers looking to enhance a modern home or apartment. The Oakfield door itself is a classic style and the stunning new glazing option is set to increase its popularity even further. Buyers are changing their doors more regularly and we are expecting them to become highly sought after for modern townhouses and apartments where homeowners are looking for stylish ways of letting more light into their home.”

The Oakfield door is FSC Chain of Custody certified, which means the timber originates from well managed forests. All the doors are supplied fully finished and glazed, for quick and simple installation on site. Oakfield is available with a wide choice of alternative glass designs both in a traditional and more contemporary styles.

The attractive pattern on the glazed Oakfield Flock will allow light to shine through, whilst creating a discreet elegance in a home. Oakfield moulded doors are available in a bi-fold version in addition to FD30 and FD60 fire door options. The door is also available with a middleweight and heavyweight core options to provide a better quality feel and reduced sound transmission between rooms.

Mark Roberts continues: “Many buyers are looking for internal doors that are made from environmentally friendly materials, but with no compromise on style. We are really excited about the impact that these new styles will have on sales of our popular moulded doors range.”

For more information on moulded and moulded glazed doors from JELD-WEN, visit the website or call 0845 122 2890.

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