Ahmarra Door Solutions has relaunched its Artisan Panel Door Collection to include a number of new designs for its prestigious projects.
Designed with the luxury residential sector in mind, the new range provides an increase in door and panel designs for developers, interior designers and architects to use.
In addition, the range incorporates additional joinery components, including skirtings and architraves, and offers a simplified specification process.
The entire range can be tailored to suit any project and complement any interior design.
Ahmarra has supplied bespoke Dark Oak panel doors for ‘Woodrow’, a £20 million Hencan property in the Surrey countryside; the company is currently supplying Ebony Ash panel doors for ‘Westbourn’, Hencan’s latest £50 million development.
Meanwhile, artisan panel doors have been tailor-made for a number of luxury homes for property developers, such as Octagon Properties and St Francis Group.
Ahmarra’s range has also been used by 5-star London hotels, and homes and apartments in some of London’s most prestigious addresses.
Ahmarra’s Artisan Panel Door brochure can be downloaded here
Ahmarra Door Solutions,
Tel: 02392 389076
Fax: 02392 389077
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