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St. Louis Front Doors

Stylish Front Doors Bring Personality to Your Home

St. Louis was founded in a strategic location that gave it access to all the materials needed to build a city. That advantage helped give the entire city a more refined architecture than most metro areas. Those refined tastes are still popular today.

Double front doors, decorative glass, and sidelights are all trends that reflect the detailed, historic architecture of St. Louis. These styles fit many of the traditional neighborhoods that put the city’s architecture on the map as well as a modern preference for more natural light and front entrances that make a statement.

Commonly known as: exterior door, entry door, front entry door, entrance door, main door

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Popular Local Trends & Styles

Glass Doors with Sidelights

Whether it’s a modern, high-end brick home in The Hill or a restored Victorian in LaFayette Square, glass has been in a feature of front doors in St. Louis for generations. Many home styles, especially more modern and contemporary ones, prefer glass for the large amounts of light and feeling of space.

Double Front Doors

St. Louis is home to some of the most famous Victorian homes in the world: the Painted Ladies lining Lafayette Square. These colorful classics prominently feature double front doors, enhancing the curb appeal of the already stunning homes. Double doors with multiple panels, decorative carvings, and applied moldings fit the refined architecture of St. Louis’ most beloved styles.

Wood-look Front Doors

Wood-look fiberglass doors are popular among the modern and contemporary style popular in St. Louis butt it's also a fitting option for traditional homes. Glass is a popular addition, but many homeowners in St. Louis like the look and increased privacy of a solid front door.

Storm and Screen Doors

St. Louis is one of the top 10 “mosquito cities” in the United States. Storm doors are a solution that can help you enjoy fair weather while avoiding the pests.

St. Louis Climate Recommendations

Low-E Protection

Get year-round protection with Low-E insulating glass on entry doors with windows or sidelights. Low-E glass helps keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the hot, humid summer.

Durable Materials

Fiberglass and steel are low-maintenance materials that can help stand up to the ever-changing St. Louis weather. These materials have long-lasting finishes to help resist wear from the sun as well as the elements.

Weather Protection

Storm doors provide an additional layer of protection from the mix of precipitation St. Louis experiences, preserving the look of your front door for years to come.

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