Door Trends

From modern farmhouse to industrial to classic, discover the latest design trends for interior and exterior doors. Masonite doors from Badger Corrugating Co. can become beautiful fixtures of art in every room — from the outside in — delivering arresting beauty, lasting durability and timeless performance.

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Transitional style is simple with touches of warmth conveyed through neutral or soft tones and touches of gold. It has mass appeal with men and women alike and is an easy solution for those who find Modern too cold and Traditional too stuffy.

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It’s not just about the way things look, but about the way people feel in its presence. Modern Farmhouse evokes a familiar, cozy feeling in homes as well as in commercial properties like shops, trendy bars (think cideries, tasting rooms and brew pubs) and restaurants.

M Trends M Farmhouse_landing bM Trends Craftsman_landing aThe American Craftsman style grew in popularity at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century. The style emphasized work done by hand over mass-production, keeping with a growing cultural ethos of that period. It focused on handmade, local and/or natural materials, simplicity and originality. Traditional Craftsman style homes would feature handcrafted stained or leaded glass, metalwork and wood.M Trends Craftsman_landing b

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It grew out of Art Deco in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and really became popularized in the 1950s and 1960s. For this reason, it’s also referred to as “Mid-Century.” Modern design relies on form — geometric shapes, straight lines or perfect circles and ovals. The Modern form eschews the ornate and elaborately patterned and instead relies on bold statements for impact, such as pops of color.

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This design style relies on the interplay of materials, showcasing what would in traditional settings be hidden workhorses like metal pipes and ducts alongside exposed brick walls and rich wood floors. Masonite has several door styles that are well-suited to this Industrial style trend. Consider: Stile and rail, Heritage® Series, or Vista Grande®. Color and bold hardware are a huge factor in bringing this trend to life.M Trends Industrial_landing b

M Trends Classic_landing aLook to the new Classic to be slightly tweaked to fit in with today’s busy and tech-heavy lifestyles. Modern amenities such as smart fridges and big-screen televisions aren’t absent from these homes. Instead, technology is hidden behind ornate classically-detailed cabinets, armoires or artwork.M Trends Classic_landing b

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