This barn style screen door is made in solid oak with pet-proof mesh.
The old doors in this opening between the living room and the kitchen were full width and took up too much space when open. The client requested narrower doors, so the two side frames- in 70mm ash- were fitted. The doors and side frames in solid ash have security glass installed in them, a discrete spring loaded ball catch to keep the doors in the closed position, and a danish oil finish to provide a low luster easy maintenance while highlighting the beauty of the wood. There is also plenty of character in the wood as some knots and swirling grain catch the eye.
This church door was made for the Mairie in Langoelan using historically accurate materials and methods of construction.
This barn door is split off center to enable moving machinery and livestock through the opening. The hardware is stainless steel and will last forever as will the Redwood, as it has the same direct soil rating as pressure treated or class 4 treated (auto claved) lumber.
This screen door is made in durable Mahogany. The screen (or mesh) is golden for an unobstructed view and pet resistance.