A look at: series examines 1930s doors this week. These distinctive doors are some of the most popular in Britain today. Read on to find out more.
The History of 1930s doors 1930 – 1939
Although this era was fraught with tension in the build up to World War II, the doors made at this time had their own distinctive style, very much influenced by the Art Deco movement. Leaded and stained glass are common features of 1930s doors, and are a very common sight on the streets of Britain. With 4 million new homes being built during this era, this truly was the new age of the suburb. For more information on 1930s architecture read this article by Bricks & Brass.