Rift Oak Door

Made with Rift-cut White Oak these double doors are framed by two sidelights and top transom to allow lots of natural light to flood into the main entryway.  Outfitted with a beautiful brushed stainless Baldwin door set, this door is a pleasure to operate. Ball bearing hinges and bold locks keep the door secure and smooth to operate. Each door weighs around 250lbs, but when in use feels light as a feather. The design was a concept the client shared with mid-century Japanese origin. It is a grid pattern with a set of 3 x 5 spaces that oppose each other with the use of negative space.
The grid work consists of individual frame and panel construction, with an inverted symmetrical pattern. Each rail and style in the grid pattern has a strong mortise and tenon joint and inside a free floating panel. The panel cross-section is “t” shape with a double set of mortised grooves to hold the panel. This form of construction allows for a better seal in the door to keep interior air in and exterior air out. All the doors we make that have frame and panel construction are built in this way and will stand the test of time. In short, it’s the last door you’ll need to have, and all Baldwin Hardware is guaranteed for life.

Rift Oak Door Rift-cut white Oak double doors, sidelights and transom have a brushed stainless Baldwin door set. Grid works consists of individual frame and panel construction, with an inverted symmetrical pattern.

Rift Oak Door

Rift Oak Door Rift-cut white Oak double doors, sidelights and transom have a brushed stainless Baldwin door set. Grid works consists of individual frame and panel construction, with an inverted symmetrical pattern.

Made with Rift-cut White Oak these double doors are framed by two sidelights and top transom to allow lots of natural light to flood into the main entryway.  Outfitted with a beautiful brushed stainless Baldwin door set, this door is a pleasure to operate. Ball bearing hinges and bold locks keep the door secure and smooth to operate. Each door weighs around 250lbs, but when in use feels light as a feather. The design was a concept the client shared with mid-century Japanese origin. It is a grid pattern with a set of 3 x 5 spaces that oppose each other with the use of negative space.
The grid work consists of individual frame and panel construction, with an inverted symmetrical pattern. Each rail and style in the grid pattern has a strong mortise and tenon joint and inside a free floating panel. The panel cross-section is “t” shape with a double set of mortised grooves to hold the panel. This form of construction allows for a better seal in the door to keep interior air in and exterior air out. All the doors we make that have frame and panel construction are built in this way and will stand the test of time. In short, it’s the last door you’ll need to have, and all Baldwin Hardware is guaranteed for life.

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