The Rondo front door and its vertical variation, the Rondo V, are two of our bestselling door styles. And it’s easy to see why.
The simple grooved panelling is given a contemporary design makeover, with alternating panels of different sizes. Our expert, in-house team will design the position and pattern of the alternating boards to work best with your overall build aesthetic.
Browse the gallery below to see different variations of the Rondo front door in situ.
The type of door refers to the opening style of our front doors:
Standard front door sizes:
Bespoke front door sizes:
Urban Front can provide an enormous variety and combination of configuration options:
Urban Front offer a wide range of door finish options (as shown below):
If you choose a front door design with glass feature, or opt for side or overhead glass panels, you can select from the following glass types:
Learn more about front door security here.
The Rondo doorset price starts at £5160 (incl. VAT) for a painted RAL finish at 1040 x 2100mm and £6360 (incl. VAT) in American Black Walnut at the same size.
The exact pricing will be dependent on the final choices of door configuration, hardwood/finish & glass/accessory options and may include additional costs.
Prices correct as of July 2020. Urban Front reserves the right to change prices without prior notice.
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Powered by a purposeful vision & a passion for bespoke craftsmanship & innovation, Urban Front is a thriving family business based in Buckinghamshire, UK, where every door is handcrafted to the highest specifications in our workshop.
See us in action & learn more about how co-founders Elizabeth & Nabil Assaf turned a simple dream about doors, into a state-of-the-art product.
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