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The modern metal front door, without lites, is one of Modern Steel Doors’ most diverse door designs. This custom steel door has appealed to all of our target markets: architects, builders designers, and owner builders. It can be finished in a powder coat to provide a monochromatic and synthetic appearance. This approach can accomplish one of two things. When a powder-coated door is specified with powder-coated pulls, the net result is a very modern door appearance. The door is understated when closed and the excitement builds as the door pivots open. Aesthetically speaking, this door is somewhat quiet but is very strong.
Alternatively, specify the powder-coated Metal Door, without lites, to create the perfect background for the selected door pulls. Choose from the Modern Steel Doors line of Brushed Stainless Steel to initiate the quintessential modern contrast. However, to visually warm your custom steel door, specify from the one of a kind Hand Sculpted Pulls. The powder-coated background provides the perfect setting for these pieces of art. The patina Hand Sculpted Pulls will add the most warmth while the polished options will produce the biggest aesthetic impact. As always, feel free to consult with the experts at Modern Steel Doors for their expert opinions on the door and pull combinations. See our selection of custom made door handles.
When looking for a modern metal front door with its own personality, a truly unique pattern, and an organic appearance and that provides visual warmth, look no further than the patinas offered by Modern Steel Doors. Various finishes are offered. They include unfinished Raw Steel, clear powder coated Raw Steel, Corten, Blackened Metal and Rainbow Bronze. Each finish carries with it its own special characteristics, tones, and maintenance requirements. These are jaw-droppingly beautiful. If space is designed properly, the door will be a focal point. No two will ever be alike. Once the deposit is placed, large samples will be provided to assure that the finish and expectations align with each other.