A walnut 5-life about to be glaszed.
Here's a custom 5-life designed by a customer. Note the horizontal planks that replace the customary stile.
A pair of walnut 1-lites that will make a lovely entry.
Unfinished Burmese Teak (foreground).
Unfinished Burmese Teak
Gorgeous Grain- African Wenge
A picture of the full door- African Wenge
Here it's easy to see the hard, glossy natural surface of African Wenge.
African wenge has incredible, chocolate-colored grain. Its's a very hard and smooth wood.
VG Fir 1-LIte.
Another example of poplar plank doors
Detail of pegs.
Oak and line marry to create art.
Soothing, beautiful steps
As imposing as the trees and rocks.
A no-nonsense display of prosperity.
A subtle door.
Angularity helps accent light and shadow.
A nautical look.
Another fine dining room pass-through.
Light and wood play together,
Cherry with white lami glass.
A breezy entryway.
This friendly-yet-assetive door says "Welcome."
A good-humored door for an upstairs bedroom.
Oak in a herringbone pattern. Notice the 1/8" kerfs around the margins.
Brushed aluminum inserts set off this fir veneer door.
Modest and graceful sash doors.
White Oak in a stepped-design.
A nice pair of Ribbon Sapele 8-lites for a dining room, hall, or patio entrance.