1. The light wood vertical slats on this garage door make for a modern statement and a unique door.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by D’Arcy Jones Architecture. Photography by Sama Jim Canzian.
2. These three wood garage doors draw your focus and contrast the white that surrounds them.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by David Jameson Architect. Photography by Paul Warchol.
3. Covered in reclaimed wood panels, this garage door matches the exterior of the garage, as well as the second level of the house.
Designed by Rick Shean & Christopher Simmonds of Christopher Simmonds Architect. Photography by Peter Fritz.
4. A sliding wood door made from the same wood used on the exterior helps the door blend in.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Guilherme Torres. Photography by Beto Consorte.
5. This garage door blends seamlessly right into the front of the house, with three lights highlighting the door at night.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Feldman Architecture. Photography by Paul Dyer.
6. Angular strips of steel mesh break up the square weathered steel panels of this garage door and add an artistic flair to the home.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Miller Design.
7. Thin wood slats conceal these garage doors and match the rest of the modern exterior.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by BVN Architecture. Photography by CFJ Photography.
8. The garage doors of this home blend into the rest of the ground floor and create a contemporary look with their vertical lines.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Architekten Wannenmacher + Möeller GmbH. Photography by Jose Campos.
9. Thin horizontal wood panels cover the garage and the rest of the front of this home, making for seamless integration into the exterior.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Choi Ropiha Fighera. Photography by Simon Whitbread.
10. The dark wood paneled garage door is in stark contrast to the all white exterior and the light sand surrounding it.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Gavin Maddock Design Studio. Photography by Adam Letch.
11. The five horizontal windows of this garage door give it a unique look while the lights above it give the front of the home added security.
Designed by Mark Brand Architecture. Photography by Christopher Stark Photography.
12. Blending into the rest of the exterior, this garage door is only made obvious by the driveway leading up to it.
Designed by Splyce. Photography by Ivan Hunter.
13. The rich colored wood of these garage doors, stands out and contrasts the brick.
Designed by Sanders Pace Architecture. Photography by Bruce Cole.
14. The reclaimed wood used to create this two car garage has a seamless look and ties back in with the surrounding nature.
Designed by Hughes Umban Howar Architects. Photography by Gibeon Photography.
15. Frosted glass panels provide privacy and brighten the exterior when lit from the inside.
See more photos of this project, here. Designed by Nonzero Architecture. Photography by Juergen Nogai.
16. The light wood on this garage door blends with the color of the bricks around it and the front door, creating a cohesive front exterior.
Designed by Michael Hsu Office of Architecture. Built by Texas Construction Company. Photography by Casey Dunn.
17. Made from the same panels as the rest of the bottom level, these garage doors are concealed from view.
Designed by Daniel Marshall Architect. Photography by Emily Andrews.
18. The bright white garage door with its dark lines, contrasts the wood exterior in an unexpected and modern way.