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This is a modern entrance door that combines metal, sculpted door pulls, and two types of glass backgrounds. The largest glass background is frosted dual-pane tempered glass. The strategic placement of the obscure glass provides privacy without feeling too obstructive. The glass “frosting” allows plenty of light to enter the home entry. Top and bottom glass panels are clear and have a Low E coating. Residents can see the sky as they walk by their gorgeous front door. They can also see their grandkids’ feet jumping outside and waiting to come inside. The simple combination of two different types of glass has created a one-of-kind front door. This is an example of the innovation that goes into each Modern Steel Door.
Take a moment to imagine the possibilities that the Horizon front door design presents. The center can be made using metal, genuine hardwood, glass or you can provide your own background. You might decide to match your floor covering or maybe create your very own mosaic. Natural stone offers endless combinations.
The door pulls should be chosen based on what the focal point is. If the door center background is the focal point then the pulls should be submissive and not too dramatic. If the door center background is not too dramatic then the door pulls take the lead and become the focal point.
A Modern Steel Doors professional will help you tailor your Horizon front door design to your home and personal preferences.
Our narrow backset deadbolt is included with all Modern Steel Doors. The faceplate and collars are finished to match your pivot front door. This modern door lock has a heavy-duty laminated throw with an integrated anti sawing pin. Send in your key and the door will ship keyed to match it.
We use a quality Baldwin deadbolt when a conventional deadbolt is desired. The deadbolt has square shaped faceplates and is available in satin black to match the powder coated finish or in satin nickel to match the brushed stainless steel pulls.
The smart pivot door lock can be operated with the following methods