We were asked to build a barn door for someone to use for a hall bath. After presenting several options, the customer has decided they would like a door that was more of a mission style than rustic.
The door will be 36″x84″ and made of quarter sawn popular. It will be finished in a grey antiqued finish to try to match a flooring sample the customer provided.
We started by jointing and planning the boards down. They were then cut to size. The vertical boards had tongue and groves cut in them and then a tenon cut on the ends to fit into the top and bottom horizontal boards.
Meanwhile we started trying different combinations of stains and antiquing products to come up with a combination of colors we thought would work.
The boards were stained and then antiqued. The hardware was added.
And the door is ready for delivery.