Our 5th source for midcentury front doors — made in the USA

Midcentury-doorsWhere to buy a midcentury modern exterior door? Today, we share another newly discovered source for three styles of midcentury entry doors from Rogue Valley Door — made right here in the USA. We now have five places to buy a front doors for a midcentury house. Thanks to reader Virginia for this tip!

Style 7100

Rogue Valley Door offers many different styles of entry and interior doors, ranging from rustic to modern — including three midcentury options.

According to Virginia, Rogue Valley Door prices are comparable to some of the other companies we’ve featured — such as Frank Lumber and Simpson Doors.

Style 7300

About Rogue Valley Door from their website:

The Rogue Valley Door Story

In 1985, Rogue Valley Door began crafting great entrances in Grants Pass, Oregon. Since that time, it has used the latest in milling technology to improve the quality of their doors. Today, the 350,000 square foot manufacturing facility is still guided by the vision of the original owner, John Dunkin. John and his team of designers and craftsmen, ensure that Rogue Valley Door takes pride in every door that it produces. Every high-quality door shipped all over the United States arrives on time and in perfect condition.

Within walking distance to the Rogue River and in the shadow of the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains, Rogue Valley Door has direct access to some of the world’s finest lumber. The very highest grade Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine are carefully kiln-dried to ensure maximum strength and superior quality. These distinctive doors grace any home with natural beauty that will last a lifetime.

Style 7300-S

Handcrafted quality workmanship

One look at our beaded panel doors and you can tell handcrafted quality workmanship is the hallmark of Rogue Valley Door. Rogue Valley beaded panel doors incorporate such details as ornate beaded or true v-groove panels, highlighting the natural luster of these fine wood doors and adding style and dimension to your home’s interior design.

When you purchase a Rogue Valley Door, you are buying the finest product from America’s largest wood door maker. Each and every door we produce features:

  • Made In U.S.A. – Our Doors are made in the U.S.A. and constructed using all domestically manufactured components.
  • Handcraftsmanship – There is simply no machine capable of finishing a fine wooden door better than a man’s hands. Each Rogue Valley Door is handcrafted to assure the door’s beauty and functionality.
  • Customization – With Rogue Valley Door, you have the ability to construct a fully custom door for your home. Virtually any design, shape, wood finish or glass treatment is possible.
  • Endless Options – Rogue Valley Door has hundreds of door patterns for you to choose from as well as 40 wood species and 27 glass treatments.
  • Finest Woods – Fine wood produces fine doors. And within walking distance of our manufacturing facility grows some of the world’s finest lumber, including the highest grade Douglas firs and Ponderosa pines we use to craft our doors.
  • Environmental Commitment – Rogue Valley Door supports realistic environmental practices and sustainable forestry management and includes our Forest Stewardship Council’s (FSC ®) Certification.
  • Our Warranty – We stand behind each and every door we make so you can be assured it will last and perform.

Adding this source to our list, brings the total number of companies selling midcentury style entry doors to an impressive five.

Read our story about all of the places you can buy midcentury style entry doors.

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  1. celebutante says:

    I couldn’t resist pointing out that they “stand behind each and every door they make so you can be assured it will last and perform…”

    I appreciate that, but once installed, I’d prefer they step aside lest me or my guests bump into them.

  2. Mike says:

    Yo, Pam and Kate,
    Any source for knobs for the center of a door? My uncle had a front door with a knob in the middle which featured a starburst… whattayacallit… back plate? Anyway, his house was built sometime in the ’50s, and I always thought the knob in the middle was cool.

  3. JohnnyBerry says:

    We love our Rouge Valley Door — we live in a 1951 ranch and replaced our front door in 2009 and used their pattern 1505 with reeded glass.

    Since we are in Orlando, we had to special order it through a local lumber yard, but the trim guy that hung it said it was the best and easiest door he had ever had to deal with.

  4. marcia says:

    Thanks for posting this. I do like those diamond shape windows! I noticed another Oregon-based company, Jeld-Wen, has a few mid-century type doors in their custom catalog (but no diamond windows).

    1. Gerry says:

      I checked the Jeld-Wen site and found a smooth front fiberglass door with the option of 1 diamond window. I need something like this to replace the embarrassing country style door with u*** [edited] glass insert currently on my 1968 ranch. I didn’t find a model number for the door but here is the product name: Smooth-Pro Fiberglass Glass Panel Exterior Door – Top View Diamond Flush. There is also a Top View Square Flush. A nice option for those of us who don’t want to be on display too much and want a flat front door.

  5. Wendy M. says:

    I wish I had known about this option when we replaced our door…I grew up in the Rogue Valley (and my husband is from Grants Pass!) I’m happy to see a business from that area being promoted on Retro Renovation. I’ll be sure to recommend them!

  6. Vince says:

    Another source for solidly built, mid century style doors! Cool! I used to live in a mid century house (built in 1956) and it had that same door with the three diamond windows. It also had a diamond shaped doorknob backplate!

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