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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. Barn door from reclaimed Barn Wood

    I built this barn door using reclaimed barn wood from a barn that was salvaged in Blackburn Missouri. Picture of the barn in the gallery. The frame I welded from angle iron and painted black. Watch it be built on Youtube If you want more info on how I went about building this door please...
  4. an LJ collaboration , quickly !

    this is a door made in collaboration with fellow LJ'er margy . http://lumberjocks.com/margy the need for this was on a friday , i called margy on saturday morning and asked her to get some lumber for an external door and a casing , and to start an inlay for it . i got back to new mexico on...
  5. Companionway door slides

    This is the new companionway door sliders for my sailboat Aspettami. The last picture in this series shows the original bifold doors. I desided to go with a more secure sliding panel style. There are three panels, each slide down overlaping the other. Oncethe hatch is pulled over the top and...
  6. Walnut Barn Door, custom hardware

    See the whole video here: This took quite a long time for such a simple project, not sure I'd have done it if I knew!
  7. Door mat and a Steveinmarin project idea

    We have towering firs! They are at least 100-110 feet tall. With firs come fir needles. I can clean the deck at 9 AM and it will be covered with fir needles by noon;-(( If a noticeable wind is blowing, they will be 1/2" deep by noon!!;-(( They even get to the front yard and driveway. They...
  8. Barn board kitchen cabinets

    Made some kitchen cabinets out of floor boards from a haymow. Most boards are elm, with some birch, red oak, white oak and maple. The boards were in the haymow as floor boards for around 80 years. The carcasses are made with 3/4" birch plywood. The drawers are maple with finger, dadoes, and...
  9. Teak gate

    The frame is redwood and the rest is made of a mystery wood that was mixed in with a truck load of ipe decking I bought from a guy on craigslist. It could be Mangaris but I'm not sure.
  10. Antique Door Bed

    This was one of my wife's wedding presents. Our first large purchase as a couple was a very nice mattress set. We felt this investment would lead to more sleeping together. ;) Five years on and I must say, sleeping anywhere but home is a trial. I picked up these two antique doors for $30 for...
  11. Dual Router Station

    Work Shop Update! Is any work shop truly complete without a dual router station? I used to think so until I started making cabinet doors, windows and entry doors. Struggling with moving from one set up to the next I thought it would be best to have a dual router station. The router on the...
  12. The last project of 2013, and the First project of 2014!

    A few days before new years eve the door on my snowblower shed finally broke. Now I know what you're thinking "A shed just for a snow blower? Tha'ts just crazy… brilliant, but crazy!". At my old house I could drive the snowblower out of my garden shed door up to the driveway, but when we...
  13. Sliding door

    After remodeling my kitchen I turned my attention on the new laundry area. I needed a non swinging door to hide the washer and dryer as well as mask some of the noise. As always I use SketchUp to help me work out the details. I found some redwood at an estate sale several years ago and decided...
  14. traditional door

    traditional door design ,oil painted made from sycamore
  15. arched traditional door

    sycamore wood stained glass
  16. Custom XL Sliding Barn Door

    Here's a massive sliding barn door I recently made for a customer. This thing weighs about 400-500 lbs. and is made of steel, birch plywood, and grey hemlock siding from our lot. It measures 64" wide and 105" tall and slides over into a recess the customer had built into the room. We sprayed the...
  17. Linen Closet Bi-Fold Door

    This is a bi-fold door for the linen closet in the guest bath. It completes the remodel of that room and was designed to complement the vanity I posted a project for earlier. Follow the link to the vanity project for details about the router bits used for the stick and cope and the raised...
  18. Custom Made Entry Door; Curly Maple & Curly Cherry, Leaded Glass Panel, Hand Carved Letter "R"

    This is a posting for a project that I helped with. I have a friend, and fellow woodworker, who has custom cabinet and door shop close to where I live, by Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. His name is Charles Jones, of Jones Custom Woodwork. On this door, I only helped with the carved "R" and the I...
  19. Contemporary Reclaimed Barn Wood Sliding Door

    Here's a recent build I did using different barn woods from our lot. The customer picked out all of the different pieces at the lot and then I ripped them, jointed the back side, and brad-nailed/adhered them to the birch plywood. when it was fully assembled, our finish guy did a great lacquer...
  20. Spessart oak entry door

    Decided to change my front door about a year ago from the ugly 70's style slab door to the period appropriate craftsman style to go along with my 1926 home. Door is Spessart oak, lightly fumed with ebony plugged tenons and dentil shelf inlay accents. Used hand blown bullseye glass for the...
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