Architecture / Features & Decoration
2 Willow Road, London (Accredited Museum)
Door, frame and architrave, of the door in the dining room to the first floor landing. Wooden door hung on two surface mounted hinges. The door is fitted with a 2 lever lock "2 / LEVER / YALE / MADE IN / ENGLAND / REVERSIBLE BOLT". The strike plate is on the door frame. The door has metal, curved tubular handle and circular escutcheon on both sides. The door is decorated with a red gloss paint on the first floor landing. On the first floor landing side of the door there is picture fixing (for a large black and white photograph). The wooden door frame is very simple and the architrave an upright, right-angle scalene triangle on both the sides and top of the door frame. Painted white in the dining room. There is a cup hooked screwed into the architrave behind the door in the dining room where the key for the door could be hung.
Bequeathed to the National Trust by Ernö Goldfinger (1902-1987) and Ursula Ruth Blackwell, Mrs Ernö Goldfinger (d.1991), formally acquired in 1994.