Spalted Beech barn door

This Spalted Beech barn door is a four -way book match layout complete with https://krownlab.com sliding door hardware, which is smooth and a pleasure to operate. The door is made in a breadboard style with the top and bottom horizontal pieces that cap the body of the door. This keeps the door flat and stable and also adds some visual interest to the minimalist design. The “Spalting” in the wood is a form of wood coloration caused by fungi, found in primarily dead trees or trees under stress. The unique color and patterns of wood are expressive, fluid, and rare making a playful and exciting form.  Currently in Europe this is a art form taking place with scientists and saw mills to artificially produce this sought after pattern by making swamps with different types of fungi and the right time and conditions. Certainly a very interesting wood and great for statement pieces like furniture or small cabinets. This piece is a great example of how you can utilize a sustainable veneer product and create fun playful patterns to suit the client and the space.  The door itself is close to 200lbs, but when it’s on the guide rails it feels lite as a feather. The custom sliding door comes with a recessed handle for clearance behind walls. We buy all our real raw wood veneers from https://certainlywood.com/.

Spalted Beech barn door This Spalted Beech barn door is a four way book match layout complete with https://krownlab.com sliding door hardware

Spalted Beech barn door

Spalted Beech barn door This Spalted Beech barn door is a four way book match layout complete with https://krownlab.com sliding door hardware

This Spalted Beech barn door is a four -way book match layout complete with https://krownlab.com sliding door hardware, which is smooth and a pleasure to operate. The door is made in a breadboard style with the top and bottom horizontal pieces that cap the body of the door. This keeps the door flat and stable and also adds some visual interest to the minimalist design. The “Spalting” in the wood is a form of wood coloration caused by fungi, found in primarily dead trees or trees under stress. The unique color and patterns of wood are expressive, fluid, and rare making a playful and exciting form.  Currently in Europe this is a art form taking place with scientists and saw mills to artificially produce this sought after pattern by making swamps with different types of fungi and the right time and conditions. Certainly a very interesting wood and great for statement pieces like furniture or small cabinets. This piece is a great example of how you can utilize a sustainable veneer product and create fun playful patterns to suit the client and the space.  The door itself is close to 200lbs, but when it’s on the guide rails it feels lite as a feather. The custom sliding door comes with a recessed handle for clearance behind walls. We buy all our real raw wood veneers from https://certainlywood.com/.

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