Atkey and Company are UK makers of exemplary architectural joinery, offering a catalogue of authentic, accurately reproduced timber door and moulding designs from the best known periods of British architecture.
Atkey and Company’s door and joinery collections include Georgian, Regency, Arts and Crafts, Victorian, Edwardian Period Collections based on classical British designs sourced from a selection of the finest period homes and properties in the UK. Atkey produced doors and joinery for the restoration of Pell Wall Hall, Sir John Soane’s last residential commission and this year Atkey launched a new collaboration with the Soane Museum to reproduce selection of Soane joinery from the Soane Museum's archives. 2017 also saw the launch of the Atkey and Company Contemporary Door Collection - a selection of elegant period doors and mouldings selected for contemporary design tastes.
Atkey and Company supply bespoke doors and joinery to reinstate lost architectural detail in period properties or to introduce elegant traditional designs to newer property developments. Often at the design stage of a project we will work closely with the design team to advise on door and moulding schedules that are appropriate for the property, based on its period, style, location, status relative to other properties, the original architect as well as hierarchical differentiation. This is done with sensitivity and pragmatism encompassing the design brief as well as satisfying the requirements of conservation officers where the property is listed.
Typically Atkey and Co doors are supplied primed for painted finish, and are also available in a range of feature timbers with luxurious stained, lacquered and polished finishes.
Atkey and Co are known for their expertise in authentic and provenanced architectural moulding designs, classical aesthetics, and distinctive attention to perfection.
Atkey and Company period doors, architraves, skirting and other timber mouldings are manufactured by skilled craftsmen and women in our workshops in Somerset.