Shop our huge selection of antique reclaimed doors, using the filters to shop by type, size, style or material. Filled with character, reclaimed doors are the perfect finishing touch for a period property.
Salvaged from history, we source antique doors from the across the ages, offering a unique architectural feature for every room of a property. From reclaimed Victorian front doors of the late 19th century to old arched doors from ancient churches, prestigious castles and grand cathedrals, our architectural salvage doors each have unique markings and character, telling the story of times gone by. If you are seeking a series of doors for a project, we also sell sets of antique doors often all sourced from the same location to instil a property with history.
Some of our most varied architectural salvage doors can be found in our unusual doors category. Designed to make a statement, these reclaimed doors are truly special pieces. Maybe they are beautifully hand-painted or extraordinarily crafted. Perhaps they are of an irregularly large size or exquisitely constructed in plank door style. These antique doors look particularly interesting in a property, drawing attention with their design, scale or timeworn beauty.
At UK Architectural Heritage, we stock hundreds of original antique and reclaimed doorsin an array of styles including Victorian, Edwardian, Georgian, French, Ecclesiastical, Art Deco and many more, sourced from England, Europe and countries across the globe. Woods such as oak, pine and mahogany are found frequently throughout our salvaged door collection. While some incorporate decorative elements such as wrought iron, veneers, copper light and stained glass glazing, others are simply stripped back and sanded, ready for finishing in a desired paint, stain or wax to suit your interior or exterior vision.
What makes a reclaimed door a true antique lies in its history and craftsmanship. Each is a one-off piece. For this reason, it can be tricky to decide what size door you need or which style to select. If you have questions like these, read our antique door buying guidefor some useful tips in selecting the rightreclaimed doorfor your project. Alternatively, get in touch with us directly or book an appointment to visit our reclamation yard in Herefordshire to explore our huge range of reclaimed antique doors for yourself.
An English six panel reclaimed oak internal door dating from circa 1880. This antique door has a stripped finish, ready for applying with paint, stain or wax as desired. We are also selling a pair of doors in the same style. Reclaimed Doors Reclaimed doors are immersed in history. Just one door tells a thousand
A Victorian glazed oak entranceway with single opening door to the centre, fixed glazed side panels and a glazed arched overthrow. Standing at almost 3m tall, this beautiful entry door makes an impressive entrance to a property or porch! It was reclaimed from a hotel in Nottingham. Crafted from solid oak, it has a stripped
An antique glazed arched interior mahogany door suitable for interior use. This wide scale door was reclaimed from Lincoln Inn Fields, London, from a property near to the Soane’s museum. It incorporates Victorian and Edwardian styles, with two raised and fielded panels to the one side, and flush moulded to reverse, it would make a
A heavy mid 19th century Victorian oak exterior door of very substantial construction with peephole and ornate cast iron strap hinges. Dating from circa 1850, this is a beautiful antique door for a property entrance, crafted in solid oak with a rich patina. The front resembles a church or castle door with its nails, vertical
A handsome 19th century Victorian six panel mahogany internal door dating to circa 1850. Suitable for use as either an external or internal door. It has a beautiful colour and stripped finish, which only compliments its six raised and fielded panels on both sides. Its large scale and impressive stature would look smart in settings
An unglazed reclaimed Victorian stripped pine door suitable for use as a front door or internal door in any home, old and new. Constructed in pine, this English antique door features a large panel for custom glazing above two raised panel to the front and back. Ready for finishing in paint, stain or wax. Reclaimed
These tall Louis XVI style antique double doors are one of various sets reclaimed from the American Embassy in Paris. Dating from circa 1870, these antique doors are generous in size, showcasing the grandeur and opulence of 19th century French interior design. Each door is detailed with three raised and fielded moulded panels to both
A pair of oak art deco internal glazed double doors. Suitable for interior use, each door features full length clear single glass with a rich oak wood frame with a natural finish. These art deco double doors would make a beautiful pair of dividing doors, giving a spacious feel as they let light flow through
These tall antique Louis XVI style room dividing doors are one of various sets reclaimed from the American Embassy in Paris. Dating from circa 1870, these antique doors are generous in size, showcasing the grandeur and opulence of 19th century French interior design. Each door is detailed with three raised and fielded moulded panels to
This elaborate set of tall antique Louis XVI style double doors are one of various sets reclaimed from the American Embassy in Paris. Dating from circa 1870, these antique doors are generous in size, showcasing the grandeur and opulence of 19th century French interior design. Each door features ornate moulded flower embellishments alongside three raised
A beautiful set of antique acid etched glass double doors artistically glazed with a typical Dutch riverbank scene. Exquisitely detailed, the two glass panes depict a pair of women in bonnets, one carrying a basket, and child overlooking the river with boat and windmills in the distance. A stunning pair of dividing doors to create
These tall antique Louis XVI style double doors are one of various sets reclaimed from the American Embassy in Paris. Dating from circa 1870, these antique doors are generous in size, showcasing the grandeur and opulence of 19th century French interior design. Each door is detailed with three raised and fielded moulded panels to both
This handsome early 20th century Edwardian solid oak door was reclaimed from a building in London near Oxford Circus. Suitable for use as either an external or internal door, it has a beautiful colour and features 15 raised and fielded panels to both sides. It’s large scale and tall stature is certain to look smart
An unglazed reclaimed Victorian stripped pine door suitable for use as a front door or internal door. Constructed in pine, this antique door features a large panel for custom glazing above a raised pyramid panel to the front and flush panel reverse. Ready for finishing in paint, stain or wax. Reclaimed Doors Reclaimed doors are
An unglazed Georgian style pitch pine internal door dating from the late 19th century. Constructed from dense, good quality pitch pine, this versatile reclaimed door is ideal for a bespoke project, with empty margin window panels for custom glazing and a stripped finish ready for painting, staining or waxing in a desired shade. Reclaimed Doors
A stunning set of antique Victorian pine dividing doors painted on both sides. Though dating back to the Victorian era of circa 1890, these tall, elegant doors incorporate Georgian and Regency styles. They would look impressive as room dividing doors in a Victorian townhouse or Georgian property. Each door has six panels and is currently
A set of Tudor style Victorian oak double doors sourced from a master bedroom in a large house in Windsor Park. These antique oak cupboard doors encompass a range of styles including Tudor, Jacobean, and Georgian. At over 130 years old, these doors have an even rich oak colour and beautiful woodgrain that look handsome
Bring the understated glamour of the Art Deco era to a property with this stylish set of 1920s internal double doors. Each door features full length copperlight glazing within a stripped and sanded pine wood frame with a natural finish. They make a beautiful pair of dividing doors, letting light flow through the glass from
A beautiful set of antique acid etched glass double doors, the two main panels artistically glazed with an acid etched riverbank scene depicting a swan, crane and birds among water, fish and shrubbery. Exquisitely detailed, these antique double doors make a stunning set of dividing doors in an interior entrance hall, traditional kitchen or dining
While doors are often overlooked as practical features of a property, this Art Deco acid etched glazed door certainly won’t be ignored with its striking acid etched pattern. Suitable for interior use, it is artistically glazed with acid etched glass depicting a stylised bowl of fruit within a dramatic angular frame. Stripped finish with raised
This antique acid etched glazed door makes a handsome internal door for a sunroom, kitchen pantry or interior porch. It is artistically glazed with acid etched glass depicting a bearded mask above an urn with flowers among scrolls. Made from pine, this Victorian era door has an original stained finish with moulded panels to both