A bespoke solution from Clement Windows

Clement Windows Group has manufactured brightly coloured red and yellow steel door frames for a South London home.

Hannah Cecil-Harden is a director at de Gournay, a family business founded by her father, Claud Cecil Gurney. De Gournay makes hand-painted and embroidered wallcoverings and the company’s work reportedly features in some of the finest buildings in the world.

Hannah recently decided to reconfigure her London property to accommodate her growing family and the basement was turned into a playroom with adjoining utility and bathroom. The walls of the playroom are decorated in a hand-painted wallpaper scene of London.

Having worked with Hannah previously, Clement was approached to manufacture the new steel doors included within the designs for this space. Hannah wanted the steel frames to be painted to match the vibrant colours included in the wallpaper.

The steel frames to the exterior are polyester powder painted RAL 9004 signal black on the outside and RAL 1016 sulfer yellow on the inside, while the interior doors are painted in the same yellow on the playroom side and RAL 3005 wine red on the utility and bathroom side.

Peter Clement, chief executive of Clement Windows Group, commented: “We always say that our bespoke steel products can be painted in specialist hues from across the entire colour spectrum and these doors really demonstrate what is possible!”