Spanish Colonial

Southwest | Mission | Monterey Colonial

VG2010 in plain sawn white oak with V-groove panels

The Spanish Colonial style of architecture was popular in the early 20th century and was embraced in both Florida and California, as well as the southwestern U.S. This style is characterized by smooth stucco walls, low pitched roofs, arched entryways and small porches or balconies.

TruStile’s Spanish Colonial series showcases doors with simple lines associated with today’s Mission-inspired architecture as well as decorative Spanish Revival door designs.

Profile Suggestions

One Step (OS) sticking with Flat (C) panel

Square Stick (SS) sticking with V-groove panel

Roman Ogee (OG) sticking with Senior Raised (E) panel

Material Suggestions


Knotty Alder

Red Oak

White Oak

Insert Suggestions

Wave Glass

Hammered Cobblestone Metal

Brushed Bronze Metal

Dashing Old Sterling Leather


Suggested Door Styles