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Famous Doors


Famous Doors

Myles Robinson
Written by Myles Robinson
Updated on 21st February 2024
Posted on 20th February 2024

Famous Doors:

Doors! We use them every day but don’t take much notice of them. They come in all different sizes, shapes, styles and colours, with some being standard in design whilst others being more unusual.

Here at Value Doors, we have gathered some famous doors that we think you just might recognise!

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10 Downing Street:

The official home of the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland has one of the most widely recognised doors.

The simple, wide, black door features a gold handle placed in the centre of the door, accompanied by a matching letter plate and a large, black lion door knocker.

Our Hull Beautiful Composite Door in Black would be perfect if you wished to replicate the design.


Boo's Door:

Most parents and Disney Pixar fans will recognise this door as Boo’s from Monsters Inc, which acts as a portal between the human world and the monster world.

The design could be easily replicated by simply painting a door white and placing some decorative flower stickers at the bottom.


Bilbo Baggins door:

This door features in the Lord of the Rings films and is home to the famous hobbit Bilbo Baggins.

The circular wooden, green door is the entrance to an underground ‘hobbit sized’ home.



The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe:

This grand wardrobe door with the secret hidden door at the back was made famous from the book-turned-film The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe.

The doors act as portals between a war-torn Briton and a fantasy world called Narnia!

The Tardis:

The Tardis first came onto our TV screens in 1963, in the long-running, popular series Dr Who.

This dark blue, police box door is famous worldwide for being the entrance to what at first doesn't look like much but opens up to be the Dr’s Spaceship!

221B Baker Street:

Famously known as the London home of the detective Sherlock Homes!

Fans of the fictional books can visit the Sherlock Museum at 221B Baker Street and see the famous door themselves.

This door can be easily replicated by using our Black Composite Doors.



If you have ever watched the hit TV series Friends, you will be familiar with this door!

Featured in nearly every episode, the purple door is best known for having a yellow photo frame with a spy hole placed in the middle of it.

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Written by
Myles Robinson
Myles Robinson Marketing Director
Posted on: 20th February 2024
Topic: Advice

Myles is dedicated to sourcing and fitting the best composite doors and windows. His mission is to offer our customers exceptional deals on energy-efficient composite doors, focusing on reducing costs while making sure the most advanced technology is readily available for installation. This commitment is what motivates Myles in the door industry.

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