Craftsman Door Styles

Door styles Pasadena TX

2. Craftsman

If your home is designed in a Craftsman style, this door is an excellent choice. It’s built to the same high quality standards that Greene & Greene would have used in their “ultimate bungalows” like the Gamble House in Pasadena, California, and other famous craftsman homes of the era. Hand hewn, solid length, naturally air cured American timber is used with mortise and tenon joinery for construction that will stand the test of time. Each door features custom stained glass and hardware that is forged in solid wrought iron by classically trained blacksmiths. The result is a work of art that will become the focal point of your home.

3. Prairie

Prairie is a large area of flat, dry land with shallow soil over rock or sand. It supports grasses like little bluestem and sideoats grama, as well as wildflowers such as purple coneflowers and buffalo grass. The dry prairies of the southwest are often called goat prairies, because millions of buffalo once grazed here. These examples are selected automatically from various online sources, and may not represent the views of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us feedback.

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The most classic window in the Prairie style is a casement with a large central pane of glass and the Prairie grille pattern. Double-hung windows are also common with this style.

5. Craftsman French

The Craftsman Bungalow is a true architectural chameleon, adapting its universal forms to work with regional building techniques, traditions, environmental conditions and personal expressions. For example, the doors in Greene and Greene’s 1908 Gamble House are completely custom and were built by hand to stand the test of time. Saginaw Surplus is pleased to offer these fine art doors at low clearance prices. Contact us today for details. We can provide you with the highest quality craftsman french doors for your home.

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