Discover Arts & Crafts Style Screen Doors
Simplicity, straight clean lines, subtle ornamentation are elements that made Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural styles so popular. Arts & Craft, Mission home design, and Prairie Style architecture embraced clean progressive lines and were popular from the 1890's up until 1919. These classic design elements are experiencing a resurgence today making PCA's similarly clean, straight-line screen door designs in the "Falling Water" collection worthy of particular attention. These Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired screen door styles are fitting for homes that have similar clean, straight forward lines reminiscent of the groundbreaking home design of America's most famed architect.
Decorative Screen Doors to Match Prairie Style House
Frank Lloyd Wright created the term "Organic Architecture." He believed that architecture should be suited to its environment and be a product of its place, purpose, and time. He insisted that the home and all of its elements should compliment its surroundings and draw inspiration from natural elements. And nowhere was this philosophy more evident than in Fallingwater, a home he built in Western Pennsylvania for department store magnate, Edgar Kauffman.
The PCA Falling Water collection is designed to honor Wright's clean designs and enhance your home and its surroundings. Like all of Wright's work, PCA's Falling Water collection combines beauty with exceptional strength and durability. If you're looking for Arts & Crafts style screen doors, the Falling Water collection is the perfect choice. It's also a design match if you're looking for a decorative screen door for a Mission style house.
This isn't the first PCA screen door collection inspired by architectural styles. PCA's St. Michaels collection is designed using influences from Northeastern shores of the Atlantic. The Bourbon Street collection is inspired by the ironwork in New Orleans, and the Parisian collection is based on French design cues.
Simple Screen Door Design Styles Work With Mission, Arts & Crafts, Prairie, Craftsman styles and even Contemporary Homes
Just as Wright's designs evolved into the Prairie School movement, PCA Products have evolved over the years to meet home trends. Our teams produce many door styles which can be customized by choosing the screen door color that best complements your home.
Don't hide the style of your home; highlight it with screen doors from PCA. Our screen doors come in designs to match almost any style of home. Our handcrafted aluminum screen doors can also withstand everyday wear and tear -- including children, pets, and high traffic. And every PCA door features a heavy aluminum frame, strong corner keys, full length piano hinge, and self-locking screen system. In fact, PCA Products screen doors can withstand up to 550 lbs of pressure. Now that's something to check out! Interestingly, Frank Lloyd Wright included piano hinges on all his cabinet doors so they could be fully opened and protected from warping.