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It’s never too late to make a good first impression

Scot and I drove Peter’s door to him last week. I think he wins for the worst “before” door. What a differnce a door can make. My new line, “It’s never too late to make a good first impression.”

I’m currently working on a pair of doors for a wonderful family that lives less that 5 miles away. Love the convenience. I’m creating one door at 44″ and the stationary door will be 28″ adding to the sculptural simplicity of the design. The syncopated windows offer a lightness  to the composition. The wood has been milled and is ready to cut to length. Then, a symphony of joinery: stainless steel dowels, biscuits, wood dowels, and finally,wood splines for the top and the bottom of the door – never seen when completed, but vital for stability.

In sawdust…