|Project by woodguy34||posted 07-05-2010 10:38 PM||1971 views||0 times favorited||15 comments|
This is my first posting so bear with me. This front entry door was my first try at veneer work and boy was I a nervous wreck! The wood veneer panels are bookmatched burl maple, if you notice it is matched from center of door in all directions on both sides of the door. The frame a trim on the slab is 1/4 inch birch. Glass panels(not shown installed yet) are sheets of glass with air bubbles blown in it for a cool look. The door unit included two side lights as well. The finished door unit with side lights measured 5 feet wide and 8 feet tall. The slab is a solidcore door slab.(HEAVY)! The project that this door was installed on was a 2 year project for me, as I did the entire trim package for the customer. The owner purchased the 32nd through 35 floor of a historic building in downtown Kansas City and turned it into his residence. It was quite the project for me!
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