A door covered with leather is a surprising addition to your luxurious interior!
A door is much more than a barrier or a passage to another space.
Doors are so self-evident in an interior that we tend to forget how they make their mark on the spaces in which we live and work. Alphenberg knows that a door can be so much more than a functional passage from one room to another. Doors are of great importance in our interior. They provide the desired privacy, are able to maintain the ambient temperature and offer a degree of security.
An average door covers just under two square meters of wall space, on both sides!
So it does not come as a surprise that we like to give it some extra attention, because the appearance of a door, with or without a frame, is actually of the same importance to a wall as, for example, a painting! Leather on the door is ideal for some extra cachet. A leather covered door has virtually unlimited application possibilities, both in terms of size and color, as well as the use of a pattern or any kind of relief. On top of that there are those extra qualities such as fire-retardant effect and soundproofing, that make a leather covered door unique.
Designing and discovering the possibilities of covering a door with a leather skin.
What we would like to achieve is to work with designers, architects, interior decorators or private clients to arrive at an optimal design in which color and choice of materials are decisive, so that in the end you will be happy with the outcome. The client’s wishes, as always ,remain the starting point for Alphenberg. Fortunately, we are blessed with a rich experience in collaborating with top designers, architects and leather specialists. Not just in the Netherlands, but worldwide.
Which leather covered door fits best in your interior is sometimes quite difficult to decide, given the many options. Let our specialists advise you. Feel free to call or email for an appointment to see the possibilities and discuss them with us.
A luxurious door exudes a contemporary atmosphere and is a defining style element.