DECORATIVE HARDWARE

Adding decorative hardware to your custom Ranch House Doors garage door, entry door, or gate can be the finishing touch to translate your vision into the perfect design. Our decorative hardware includes Clavos, Door Knockers, Door Pulls, Hinges and Speakeasy Grills. Let us create something truly unique for your custom design, or we can replicate hardware to create a seamless finish for an existing design. Whether adding strap hinges to simulate a carriage house or iron handles or knockers, Ranch House Doors has something to suit every architectural style. We strive to produce decorative hardware that increases the “curb appeal” and creates a unique custom design for your home.

CLAVOS

Clavos, which Spanish for “nails,” are typically used in Spanish/Tuscany architecture. Used in larger numbers, clavos can create a Medieval look, while using a few can embellish Spanish/Tuscany style doors. Square clavos are a great complement to decorative hinges, while diamond clavos offer depth and dimension to flat hinges.

DOOR KNOCKERS

Our Door Knockers are created from iron and can provide an appealing embellishment to garage doors, entry doors, and gates. Knockers are typically used to complement custom Spanish and Colonial styles. Knockers can also be used to further enhance the double leaf opening design of doors and gates. 

DOOR PULLS

Our decorative Door Pulls add distinction and an old world architectural charm to any custom Ranch House Doors garage door, entry door, or gate. Adding a decorative door pull to your custom design can simulate a swing door look. 

HINGES

Hinges are beautifully edge-hammered design pieces that accentuate old world architecture. The rustic look of old world blacksmithing techniques, give these hinges a hand-hammered look. Our hinges are available in metal/iron and resin composites. 

SPEAKEASY GRILL

The scrolling detail of an iron Speakeasy Grill adds character, definition, and style to any entrance. Speakeasy Grills are created from iron and built with imperfections to replicate the iron work used in classic old world architecture.