Last updated on October 20, 2021
Choosing High Quality Materials For Your Modern Front Door
Modern Doors.GRANDENTRY | Front Doors There are a plethora of modern doors available for homes today. These include internal and external doors, residential and commercial grade doors, French doors, sliding barn doors, aluminum and fiberglass composite doors, recessed panel doors, flush door doors, laminated glass doors, and bay windows. As you shop for modern doors it is important to pay attention to the type of hardware used on the doors, the style of the doors, and the finish on the doors. By paying close attention to all of these elements you will be able to find a set of doors that will look great in your home.
Modern Interior Doors. The mark of a modern interior door is usually a clean, sleek marriage of aesthetic design and functionality with functionality. Although traditionally traditional interior doors have always been a major departure from the modern doors, in the last few years the line between the two has blurred somewhat. Modern contemporary doors have been given a contemporary gloss by adding sleek lines and sleek hardware to the designs. Although traditional rustica and moulded wooden interior doors still exist, many of today’s modern doors use a combination of stainless steel hardware, aluminum or fiberglass, and hand painted finishes.
Modern Front Door Hardware. While modern doors have a clean, sleek look and a variety of beautiful finishes, their hardware does not have to be plain. Many doors today have what is called an “infected” finish. This finish is a raised finish around the perimeter of the exterior molding and adds an infection like appearance to the front of the door. If you are looking for an infection free, high quality look then an “infected” finish is recommended for your new modern front door.