Door Design. Saturday , December 09th , 2017 - 05:59:15 AM
Recently, a new addition came onto the market in the form of composite doors. These new doors are incredibly well designed, with every aspect being considered and thought over. This careful planning resulted in a near-perfect door which eliminates virtually all of the common problems found in other doors. Because they are created using a composition of materials, the qualities of each singular material can be combined to give you the best of every world; weaknesses can be reinforced with materials that have strengths in those areas.
The world of architecture and design has always embodied the phrase "good artists borrow, great artists steal." Many of the most beautiful buildings on the planet take a hefty inspiration from an existing structure, and then the concept further than anyone imagined. This article will hopefully help you do the same thing on a smaller scale, your home's exterior wood doors. We'll be looking at a few different architectural inspirations for doorways with an emphasis on designs that can be easily adapted for your home. We'll look at some classic European style doors, some elaborate Spanish designs, and how you can bring a touch of classical Japanese refinement into modern home out west. Hopefully these ideas will be the inspiration you need to find the ideal exterior wood doors for your home.
These types of doors were rather popular in the 1900s, and though you may not see them as often now, they are still around today. You can have one made to your specifications. This means you can choose what wood the door is made from, how many wood panels it has, whether or not it has glass lites, what kind of glass designs you want for the lites, and even whether or not you want it to have a shelf. Many people delight in the shelf and corbels because very few doors today do have such a feature. It can be quite quaint on the right house and may be something to take into consideration - especially if you wish to have a unique door that no one else on the block has.
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