The Unique Glamor of Mahogany Doors
Mahogany doors never looked so lovely. The naturally reddish hue of mahogany lends a stunning regal quality to this entry. In fact, the wood looks like it was used for a judge's chambers, university library entry, or estate study. The broad, double panel door is separated into a formal square with a lower panel adorned by nine diamonds and triangles with complementary hardware. For centuries, mahogany doors have been admired for the strength and clarity of its lines and patterns, along with exceptional durability. Mahogany is naturally resistant to wood rot and holds a dark, sophisticated stain.
Frosted glass lites in the sunburst panel add allure and historical accuracy in detail. Today's mahogany doors can be fitted with modern hardware, including period knobs and deadbolt latches, or keypad entry systems.