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Featured Design Element: Modern Exteriors Doors

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects

If you’re lucky enough to live in a Mid-Century Modern architecture home, good for you. You are one of the fortunate few who get to live and breathe modernism to its fullest. But just because the architecture of your home doesn’t quite fit your modernist aesthetic tastes doesn’t mean you can’t make it clear what side of the form versus function debate you fall. There’s an easy way to hit people with a burst of modernism right off the bat, and that’s a modern exterior door.

We are specifically referring to the charming existence of Mid-Century Modern-looking doors, but of course all the new modern architecture over the past decades has made this area of business surge. We think we’re such big fans of those Mid-Century Modern doors in particular because they are very transitional and flexible. They complement perfectly a Mid-Century Modern home, but they also fit well with a super modern home, and they even punch up the exterior of a traditional-styled home.

So where does one find a Mid-Century Modern, retro-looking exterior door? You should definitely check out Crestview Doors if you haven’t yet. All the photos in this post are from actual customers who have used Crestview Doors, and as you can see, like we say above, MCM doors look great on a number of different styles of architecture.

Crestview Doors is totally only one place to get these kinds of doors, though. Won’t you help us compile a list of the best resources to find MCM exterior doors? If you have a sweet Mid-Century Modern door, won’t you tell us where you got it? Leave a comment!

One Comment to "Featured Design Element: Modern Exteriors Doors"

  1. Gulp…just priced out two of those 3 square window crestview doors for our mad pad…ain’t happening! Dang!

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