Architectural Components, Inc.

Doorways

No architectural element other than windows is more significant to the appearance and character of a period building than the entrance. Our doorways are built with the finest quality lumber using period profiles, details and proportions to match the style of your building. We can work from architectural drawings, photographs or an existing example to reproduce the doorway. Whether it's a simple box frame, with a bulls-eye glass transom, or an elaborate Federal-style entry, with sidelights and an elliptical fanlight, our approach to design and construction ensures museum quality and architectural authenticity.

Private Residence

Beaux-Arts Doorway: Paneled doors with bolection mouldings, carved floral rosettes and insulated glass half-round transom, curved-paneled extension jambs, colonettes and curved mouldings. Greenwich Village, New York, Steven Harris Architects

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Church of Latter Day Saints Museum Building

Paneled door and extension jambs, transom bar and fanlight window with Restoration Glass®. Palmyra, New York

Deerfield Academy

Reproduction of 1760 Connecticut River Valley broken-scroll pediment doorway with cross-buck doors, double tapered-fluted pilasters, carved tombstone panels and six petal rosettes, pulvinated frieze and mushroom finial. Deerfield, Massachusetts

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Private Residence

Front entrance with elliptical transom and sidelights, fluted pilasters, and true divided-light sash and door with insulated glass. Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, Conover Restorations Design/Build