Simpson's wood doors set your home apart. With thousands of standard choices and the capability to create one-of-a-kind custom doors, they have options to suit both your taste and pocketbook. They have handcrafted wood doors from over 100 different species and hundreds of glass styles. From room to room and inside to out, life goes through Simpson doors.One of the greatest appeals of wood is the fact that no two pieces look exactly the same. You do not have to settle with the "cookie cutter" feel offered by other uniform building materials. Grain patterns and color vary widely, adding texture, warmth and personality.Simpson gives homeowners the freedom to take full advantage of this reality. We offer a broad range of species, each with its own distinctive character. While we have built doors from over 100 wood species, our most popular species: Douglas FirThe Simpson name has been synonymous with fir doors since the beginning. Clean lines and warm coloring give our vertical grain Douglas Fir doors an enduring appeal.MahoganyThanks to its widespread use in Victorian furnishings, Mahogany is associated with elegance. A reddish-brown color and close grain pattern make this an ideal choice for creating a rich, sophisticated environment within your home.Western HemlockWestern Hemlock is often used interchangeably with Douglas Fir, depending on the region of the country. It is characterized by a lighter, creamier color that accepts a variety of stainsEastern White Knotty PineLooking for doors that will give your home a rustic, comfortable feel? Our Knotty Pine doors can help accentuate a casual or country style with their characteristic tight, close knots and light color.PoplarWarm up your home with the understated look of poplar. Compared to other woods, poplar has a relatively uniform texture, with a fine to medium grain. The color tone can range from yellow brown to an olive green. Poplar can be stained and is often used when a very smooth paint finish is required.MapleThere is a nearly universal appeal to maple; it is equally at home in Colonial or contemporary settings. Maple is light in color. In some instances, hard Maple may have curvy, birdseye or fiddleback configurations that add visual interest.Red OakHomeowners have long appreciated the striking, open grain of Oak, as well as the rugged durability of the species. Our Oak doors display an image of timeless appeal and enduring strengthCherryNothing matches the smooth, satin texture of Cherry. The wood is reddish brown in tone with a fine, straight grain. Frequently used in high-end furniture, Cherry is a natural choice for upscale living.Knotty AlderKnotty Alder has the strength of maple and the personality of pine. The wood is light brown in color with yellow and peach hues. Stains can further highlight the beautiful grain. The open, solid knots give Alder a more informal presence.
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