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Clean lines. Slim Profile. Minimalist Hardware.

Elevated Design Is In The Details

Our modern front doors are simply a starting point. Customize yours to fit the vision—here are a few hallmarks of our contemporary styles.
Clean sleek lines
Achieve a contemporary entryway with smooth-to-touch modern iron
doors that flaunt custom design elements — no two pieces are ever the same.
Large glass windows
Our modern and secure iron doors frame large windowscapes that brighten the interior
and exterior of your home, creating a welcoming entrance for all guests.
Quality crafted iron
Each modern iron door is certified to meet some of the strictest hurricane wind ratings and Florida building codes.
Plus, our entryway systems require minimal maintenance and are equipped with a 10-year structural warranty.
Minimalist hardware
While our modern iron doors feature minimalist hardware, we guarantee unrivaled security and durability.
Each element is built with integrity and inspected before installation.
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Find Your
Dream Modern Door

Inspiration is waiting behind every door. From sleek modern styles to intricate and ornate works of art, each project is fully customized to make a vision come to life.

Modern Iron Door Inspiration

Before & After:
The Tale of Two Doors

View some of our favorite modern front door transformations to see how custom this process truly is.

Modern door from the interior with sidelights.
Modern door with textured glass.

Total Home Makeovers

Browse our expansive project gallery to find homes that have completely transformed their exterior style.

Contemporary vs. Modern Iron Doors

All modern iron doors are considered contemporary as both motifs are recognized for their clean lines and luxurious feel. Boasting large glass windows and sleek iron hardware, these doors will completely transform your entryway into a custom work of fully-functional art.

Discover Our Door Styles

All styles are fully customizable and available in singles, doubles, sidelights, windows, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

About Modern Iron Doors

Yes, a custom iron door is a great investment for your home — both from a visual and financial standpoint. For example, you can fully-customize iron doors to suit your style and taste. Second, they’re nearly maintenance-free when compared to traditional wood doors, which cuts down on maintenance costs and contributes to their longevity. Additionally, iron doors are extremely durable and secure. Clark Hall doors can be certified to meet some of the strictest hurricane wind ratings and Florida building codes. To learn more about the benefits of iron doors, read our blog “6 Reasons to Choose a Custom Iron Door.”

The words “contemporary” and “modern” might seem synonymous, but there are some slight distinctions between the two. For instance, modern design refers to the specific time period from the start to the middle of the 20th century and features a recognizable aesthetic with crisp lines, balance, and natural materials. On the other hand, contemporary is defined as what is happening in design at the present time, so it’s constantly changing to reflect popular styles. Learn more about the nuances between the two when you read our blog, “Contemporary vs. Modern Doors.” 

There are many ways to customize modern front doors to avoid a cookie cutter look. For instance, you can specify a unique finish, a textured glass element, and a custom pivot point. Plus, choose to partner with our artisans to handforge bespoke hardware. Learn more when you visit our blog, and get details on the four ways to customize modern front doors

Your modern glass front door design preferences will certainly be influenced by your privacy preferences. For instance, textured glass options like Rain and Cotswold will offer more privacy, while clear glasses will offer onlookers an unobstructed view from the outside of your home. If you’d like to have a modern front door with large glass window panels, but you’re worried about privacy, we recommend choosing a textured glass to complement your door — this way, you’ll maintain privacy without sacrificing the amount of natural light that flows inside.

Your Sketch is Our Command—
Let’s Get Started.