First impressions

Entry doors are more than just a pretty face


This custom mahogany door, built by Macik Custom Woodworking & Contracting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, complements the architecture of the historic 1900 home.

Offering clean Craftsman-inspired details, the Classic-Craft American style fiberglass door by Therma-Tru features clear Low-E glass.

This solid mahogany door from Nick’s Building Supply is 1¾-inches thick and features a Craftsman design.



The VistaLuxe Inswing Entrance Door by Kolbe & Kolbe includes Direct Set Sidelites and Transom—setting the tone for the modern design of this home.

The rustic design of this wood Pella Craftsman Collection entry door creates a warm and inviting atmosphere.

The Pulse Collection from Therma-Tru features a smooth fiberglass door with textured privacy glass panels.



This Pella fiberglass entry door features black patina caming and Castile decorative glass, a truly stunning combination.

More homeowners are opting for larger 3x8-foot entry doors, such as this Classic-Craft Rustic fiberglass door by Therma-Tru.

This Pella Fiberglass double entry door complements the Craftsman architecture and features a dentil shelf, mahogany wood grain and PerformaSeal—a patent-pending weather-resistant design that protects against drafts and leaks.



For homeowners who want to take advantage of natural light, this Kolbe & Kolbe Heritage Series wood door would be a good choice thanks to the beveled glass and radius top transom.

For a rustic, Western-designed home, a Knotty Alder entry door, like this one from Nick’s Building Supply, will complement the architecture.

This Pella fiberglass six-panel door system features a mahogany wood grain, sidelites and a rectangular transom featuring Castile glass.



Steel doors, such as this one from ProVia, offer security and weather resistance and are available in a variety of price points.

Add a little creativity to the exterior of your home by using something like these colorful tile numbers from Motawi Tileworks (top) and Rookwood Pottery (bottom).

The Contemporary Inswing Entrance Door from Kolbe & Kolbe features a white oak interior with a custom Ebony stain and tempered, clear glass.



The solid mahogany Bellagio, from Nick’s Building Supply, boasts a beautiful arched top and Baroque glass.

For homeowners who like the look of glass, but want privacy as well, Masonite offers doors with obscure or etched glass, such as the new Quill Collection seen here.

The elegant scroll design of the Borrassa glass in this Classic-Craft Rustic Therma-Tru fiberglass door complements the European architecture of this home.



This elegant fiberglass door, part of ProVia’s Heritage Collection, features a classic oak grain pattern.

This Ultra Series entry from Kolbe & Kolbe boasts a Coal Black frame and custom-finished door and sidelite panels and bars in Vertical Grain Fir.

This Pella radius-top solid wood panel entry door is available in a variety of materials, including mahogany or rustic walnut.



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