2 Vertically Paneled Red Metal Door with Brushed Stainless Vertical Accent Panel & Brushed Stainless Pulls

Cladding materials may be combined to create contrast or coordinate with other home features. When executed correctly, it can be both sophisticated and timeless.  In the above example, the vertically oriented panels accentuate the length of the door and make the door appear taller. The door cladding consists of two different elements. First is the main finish and the second is the accent finish. The main finish is primarily used on most of the interior and exterior door surfaces. Approximately three-quarters of the door surface is occupied by the main finish. The accent finish is typically black or brushed stainless steel. The accent finish will be used to match the door pulls and lock.  When designing the door, please identify which finish is most important and then select the second thereafter. Remember, great design is not coincidental nor an accident, there is a science and method to it. If this is challenging, please contact the experts at MSD to seek advice. We are here to assist in any way possible.  

The following are some of the most popular and tried & true finish combinations:

    • Black powder coating (primary) and Brushed Stainless Steel panel, lock, and door pulls (accent)
    • Blackened Stainless Steel (primary) and Brushed Stainless Steel panel, lock, and door pulls (accent)
    • Dark Gray Tarnished Metal (primary) and Brushed Stainless Steel panel, lock, and door pulls (accent)
    • Raw Steel (primary) and Brushed Stainless Steel panel, lock, and door pulls (accent)
    • Corten (primary) and Brushed Stainless Steel panel, lock, and door pulls (accent)
    • Upon ordering, MSD will provide large-finish samples.  We encourage custom and unique finish combinations.
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