What’s New in Garage Doors: High Tech Comes in Period Styles
Who knew? Carriage-house doors you’d swear were 100 years old roll up at the touch of a button. Garage doors made of composite and steel look as authentic as real wood.
Sources for Windows & Doors
This Expo is an exclusive list of contemporary manufacturers of doors and windows compatible with houses in the bungalow and Craftsman styles, as well as Shingle Style houses, Tudors, English Arts & Crafts styles, Spanish Revival houses, and for new buildings of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
Vintage Homes and Millwork
Custom wood doors are the perfect blend of beauty and strength, giving an unforgettable first impression. At Vintage Homes and Millwork we combine our old-world craftsmanship with the latest woodworking technology to create the quality, style, and character that defines who you are.
French Doors Let In the Light
Whether they open onto a side porch, visually join two rooms together, or invite you to step out onto the terrace, French doors are a delightful way to move from one space to the next. By their nature — they are, after all, mostly glass — they bring in abundant light.
Windows & Doors (on the inside)
Choosing new or replacement doors and windows that look right on the exterior façade is how most people think of the task. But, especially in retrofitting to an old house, it’s just as important to specify units that don’t clash with interior woodwork and the décor.
New Garages that Blend In
What makes a new garage for a historic property look like it belongs? It’s all about scale—and the right details that make it blend in and provide harmony. Since the bungalow era overlaps the adoption of the automobile, style cues abound for compatible design.