In addition to the sturdy and stream-lined architecture of the mid-century, garage doors began taking on a personality of their own during the 1950s and ’60s. Square and horizontal frames, diamonds, and other embellishments with coordinating (or not!) colors were added to liven up boring garage doors. I found a few garage door gems while touring neighborhoods including Wedgwood and Olympic Hills.
Want to see more mid-century garage doors? Check out this post by Ryan for The Garage Journal.