replica doors

Replica doors

Replica doors are specifically designed to mimic the appearance and style of historical or original doors. They are often used in restoration projects, heritage buildings, in homes that are located in conservation areas or those that are aiming to achieve a particular aesthetic. Here’s a detailed overview of replica doors from the experts at Secure House:

Types of Replica Doors

  • Historical Replica Doors: Recreate the design and craftsmanship of doors from specific historical periods, such as Victorian, Georgian, Edwardian, or colonial eras.
  • Architectural Style Replicas: Match specific architectural styles, like Craftsman, Tudor, Gothic, or Art Deco, maintaining the integrity of the building’s design.
  • Custom Replicas: Crafted to replicate a specific door design from a photograph, drawing, or existing door.


replica doorA wide variety of materials can be used in the design and creation of replica doors. These include:

  • Wood: Traditional material for historical accuracy, using species like oak, mahogany, pine, or walnut. Often handcrafted to match original detailing.
  • Composite: Combines wood fibres with synthetic materials for enhanced durability and resistance to weathering, while still mimicking the appearance of wood.
  • Metal: Used for replicating antique metal doors, often in materials like iron or steel, with finishes that mimic historical patinas.


Features of replica doors are just like any other day and they can be bespoke to specific design or regulatory requirements such as those demanded in conservation areas.

  • Decorative Elements: Intricate carvings, mouldings, panels, and inlays to match original designs.
  • Hardware: Authentic reproduction hardware, including hinges, handles, locks, and knockers, often crafted in period styles.
  • Glass Inserts: Stained glass, leaded glass, or bevelled glass inserts that replicate historical patterns and designs.

Manufacturing Techniques

Replica doors can be manufactured using various technique to achieve the desired finished result. These are:

  • Handcrafting: Skilled artisans manually carve and assemble doors to replicate original craftsmanship.
  • Modern Machinery: CNC machines and other advanced tools are used for precise replication of intricate designs.
  • Finishing: Techniques such as hand-applied stains, paints, and varnishes to achieve an authentic look and feel.


As outlined above, replica doors have many applications. Let’s explore them in a little more detail:

  1. Historic Preservation: Used in restoring historical buildings to their original condition, maintaining architectural integrity.
  2. New Construction: Installed in new homes or buildings designed to have a historical or traditional aesthetic.
  3. Renovations: Used in remodelling projects where the goal is to retain or introduce a specific historical style.


indoors-replica-doorsFrom their aesthetic authenticity in their ability to maintain the visual appeal and historical accuracy of a building or space to customization options in the chance to tailor designs to specific needs or preferences, ensuring a perfect match with existing architecture, replica doors have so many benefits.

Often made with high-quality materials and detailed craftsmanship, ensuring longevity and durability, a quality replica door is something to be envied and admired!

Replica doors are an excellent choice if you’re looking to preserve the historical integrity of a building or to add a touch of classic style to new constructions.

They combine traditional aesthetics with modern manufacturing techniques to create doors that are both beautiful and functional.

Want to discuss a replica door for your home?

Please don’t hesitate to contact the professional team here at Secure House on 0207 859 4207 or email: [email protected]