These lovely looking Art Deco doors add a real authentic look to any interior. The overall door is a modern clean looking single large panel. What really lifts the whole piece are the stepped corner mouldings. This door would suit most Deco interiors, and could be made from a variety of woods or painted finishes. You can also mix n match: have a wood frame and painted panel, or vice versa. Or just pick out the moulding in another colour. Made to order. We [email protected] give out prices until [email protected] agreed a spec with a customer.
Making doors requires good joinery skills as these have to stand up to daily use for years. Whilst it's always good to see finished designs, it's interesting to see doors come together, and exactly what you are paying for. The doors start off as a pile of rough sawn lumber, and get machined up to the rail sizes next, then mortice and tenons joints are cut, and the doors dry assembled to make sure the joints have a good tight fit. Then the panels are cut, sanded and fitted and the whole door is glued and clamped up usually over night for a good solid door frame. The vertical rails are always left over length until assembly is compelet then cut to length. The bottom right photo shows the boards to be used for the corner peices in their raw state prior to machining.
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