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  1. Antique Meyers & Bro. (and Stayon) barn door rollers and track install over custom build in closet

    Custom closet with antique Myers & Stayon adjustable barn door rollers and track with antique farmhouse doors.
  2. Three stories shelve

    Three stories shelve To store the toys of my boys (just on eof them was born when this project wa finished) I made a three stories shelve. Actually, the three shelves are independent of each other, each is a trapezoid without the base. The angles are 100°, so the angle connectors were set-in by...
  3. Winecellar

    This project I used heat treated spruce for looking rustic. Door is made without clue and nails its holding up together only with two routed wood backside this is the way they used long time ago, I wanted to try this technicue and its working. I also made these metal parts (from semifinished...
  4. Nautical Style Submarine Door

    This is a submarine door all made from recycled lumber. It is grafted into a standard door which is the door to my office at work. I made this all at home in my shop and installed it into my existing office door at work on the weekend. It has been up for almost a year and people still stop to...
  5. Farie Door

    It seems we have new house guests here. They built a door in the support beam across my living room. I sure hope they are quite and the dogs don't see them. They bark at the squirrel's outside bad enough as it is! This fun little project for my ladies (Wife and daughter) was made from 1/4"...
  6. Door Desk

    For a remodel of my son's room I took an old solid wood 6 panel door and converted it into a desk. A few cuts were done to shorten the length and then to make the leg. The extra material from the cut offs was used to make support brackets. For the top I made a wood pencil box/organizer and...
  7. A Church Door in Brittany

    Where: Plouaret, Brittany, France - Eglise Notre Dame de Bonne Nouvelle What: The Front Porch Door - Width: 2,43m - Height: 5,16m - Thickness: 7cm Frame Why: The previous door (mid twentieth century) was half rotten, and had no style. How: It's a long story
  8. Cypress Wood Screen Door

    Starting to Work on a screen door for my back porch. Had some cypress wood that I had picked up in Atlanta Ga. to make Adirondack chairs. But had a more pressing project for a screen door. Looking to make it with a craftsman style look. I have some Marin finish for the final coat and will put...
  9. Outdoor Cypress Gate

    Here is my most recent project. It is a solid cypress gate made out of 8/4 cypress and 3/4 tongue and groove cypress for the panel finished with a solid stain. We modified the original design to incorporate the previous gate's materials which are the cedar caps for the door and jamb which are...
  10. Woodcarving: Very low relief 1/8 deep carving and Antique Doors.

    In September of 2012 I was commissioned to carve on antique mahogany doors from big old house in Pennsylvania. House about 10000 sq. f. Age of those doors 100 years. from 1911. Doors were not solid mahogany they had only 1/8" panels on top of pine raised panel. So my WOODCARVING has to by only...
  11. Iowa Weather Storm Doors

    I just finished making my "For Iowa Weather" storm doors for our house. I used cedar as I like the look and durability of the wood, although it does have its knots. For the knots I used two part epoxy to stablize them. The finish is my favorite, Penofin Premium exterior with a cedar stain...
  12. Shed Doors (Barn Style)

    I have been posting (albeit intermittently), about the re-construction of a 12×20 shed in my backyard here in Columbia, SC. I shopped around for barn door hardware but could not locate any that I liked, or that seemed robust enough for these heavy doors, for under $250-$300. I made a temporary...
  13. Handmade Glass in our latest Door

    This is the latest door we have made. It is crafted from recycled Ipil. The glass is hand made and 12 mm thick. The handles and stile are all carved from one piece of post. It started out as 170×170 mm and we carved the handles from that. It is very heavy, so we used four pieces of SOS...
  14. Turned Off Center Door Stop

    For whatever reason, I decided to create a door stop. Perhaps it's a result of a subconscious longing for spring, when we can prop our doors open without getting snow in the house, or suffering flies that come with summer. Compound this with that I, like many, often find myself searching for...
  15. Oak Half Door with Top Ledge

    This is a door I made for another of my neighbors. They said they had an idea about having a half door made to separate their laundry room and kitchen. They also have dogs and needed to keep them out so they didn't have to use their chairs to block the doorway. A top ledge was also needed to...
  16. Fairy Door #15

    Aug 28, 2008 oops.. this one was really #11 or something .. I wasn't going to post a picture of every one of my doors but at this point I'm trying to keep track of the numbers so this is the easiest way.
  17. Delmar Caboose Restoration #1 - How-to and How-Not-to build a window.

    The Mason-Dixon Woodworkers Club was asked by the restoration committee in charge of restoring the Caboose built in 1929 on the old railroad property, to assist them in doing some of the restoration. They didn't have any funds so they were not only asking for assistance but for us paying for...
  18. Great Bookcase

    This a bookcase made of solid Walnut and Walnut veneer. Custom was the understatement here. The client has great taste and wanted something unique for their great room. When we first saw the drawings we did not know how we were going to make the solid dome in the top section. We have done many...
  19. Sliding Barn Doors

    They are BIG and heavy and look amazing installed. The doors are solid wood and have been distressed with a very unique process I have developed to make "new" lumber look old and reclaimed and it looks authentic. The reason for new lumber distressed to look old was to help keep the budget where...
  20. It's Bigger On The Inside...

    I'm a wee bit of a Doctor Who fan… If you haven't already figured that one out and I'm sure you can all relate to needing more shop space so I figured I'd turn the shop door into a Tardis. I haven't really figured out the interior dimensional changes as of yet but I think it has to do with the...
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