Doors are always seen as the default part of a house or room. From a more subjective point of view, doors are usually associated with mazes, transitions, opportunities, and new beginnings. But in a practical, engineering/architectural sense, a door actually has more than two dozen parts, and you can be sure that you only know at least seven of them. Basically, the doorframe is the entire structure that supports the door. It consists of a container, a door frame, and a window sill. Door frames can be made from a variety of materials, including wood, metal, and aluminum. But nowadays, more and more people start to choose door frame sculpture as the decoration of their own family doors. Take a look at our marble home decoration door frame. The two sides of the door frame are made up of humanoid columns.
Columns can be designed to resist lateral forces for wind or seismic engineering purposes. Because of similar stress conditions, other compression members are often referred to as “columns”. A beam or arch is often used to support the upper part of a wall or ceiling. In architecture, “column” refers to such a structural element, which also has a certain proportion and decoration. Columns may also be decorative elements that are not needed in the structure. Many of the columns were jointed, that is, to form part of the wall. A long series of columns connected by a colonnade is called a colonnade. Nowadays, a lot of people like to put a beautifully carved column in their homes. Good-looking column sculpture is also an important part of the door frame. The delicate carving makes the whole door frame full of cultural implications. Take a look at our marble home decoration door frame. Our carvers have carved traditional columns into the image of men with great skill. This marble home decoration door frame is ideal for placing in front of a garden entrance or hallway.