These are original design (2) sided (front and back look the same and both have x's) handmade cafe / saloon doors. Custom made up to 49'' wide. Price varies depending on the size range your opening falls in and the type of hinge you choose, either light duty (l) or heavy duty (h) (read below for more hinge information).
For example, if your finished opening is 32 1/2'' you would select the under 38'' option and them message me your opening is 32 1/2''. The overall dimensions measure 49" tall x 3/4" thick and 1 1/2'' at the thickest.
As mentioned above the width of the doors is determined based on what dimensions you require for your space. We take into account the needed space for the gravity hinges and the room needed for the swing of the doors. This adds up to 1 1/4 inches (depending on hinge type you select) of space that we will end up subtracting from the width that you send us to accommodate for this. For example, if you message your width is 40'', we will size your doors to be a combined width of 38 3/4'' (40'' - 1 1/4'' 38 3/4''). Doors come with easy to install brass gravity hinges (the standard hinges are in the photo's).The hinges incorporate plastics/nylon that keep the door swing smooth and the sound minimal. The standard hinges are prime line brand model u 9133 or slide-co model 243358 and are for lighter doors up to 15 to 20 pounds, the weight ratings vary on where you read, but i've included model #'s so you can research and make an informed decision. The heavy duty hinges are rated up to 60 pounds combined or 30 pounds a door. The model # on these are cde-brs-2460-gp. The heavy duty hinges cost an extra $20.00.
Doors over 44'' do not include a lighter duty hinge option as they start reaching the 15 pound threshold. To give you an idea of weight on these doors. A door that is built to fit a 45'' opening will be be about 15 pounds a door. A door that fits in 32'' opening is about 12 pounds a door. Made of real wood sourced from conifers.
Mainly we use pine along with other similar species such as fir and spruce. All joints are solidly constructed and built to last. The stained version of these doors are lightly distressed and have been stained in either an early american or dark walnut stain or white wash pickling stain and finished with polyurethane.
The unfinished doors (not pictured) have no stain or polyurethane on them. They are completely assembled but have no stain or finish on them and are ready for you to add your own stain or paint. The backs of the doors are finished like the front so either way it's mounted the doors will look the same. Each piece is quality handmade and i strive to give an honest, practical and accurate description of each item. Every item i make is unique and varies slightly in its own way, with that being said i do try to keep variances to a minimum and customers happy.
Important: these doors are made of real wood and as such are subject to fluctuations in humidity. Don't expect perfectly flat doors as there will be some slight twist and bend.Before you install the doors, i would advise you let them acclimate to your home for at least a week or two. Even after that they are installed they still may want to move a bit, depending on your homes humidity. When installing the doors there are multiple adjustments that can be made that will allow the doors to line up parallel in the center where these imperfections would be most noticed.
The bottom brackets are designed to be adjusted simply by loosening a screw and sliding the bracket side to side then tightening back in place. This solves the issue of getting the doors to land evenly and perpendicular to the door frame.
The other adjustment to make when installing these doors is by moving the top and bottom brackets that are attached to the door frame. Other than stated above 1.Do not try to make the doors align with each other by moving the brackets on the doors. By adjusting the brackets on the door frame, you can manipulate the doors to be both parallel and level in the center. This does mean your brackets may not perfectly line up with each other on the door frame. As long as they are installed straight up and down (level) your hinges will still function the way they are supposed to (within reason). Tips for installing: in my experience to avoid putting 9000 holes in your door frame it is best to have the help of a friend and a level help hold the brackets while you eye up what is needed. Install the brackets on the doors first. I have already started this process for you. Then, starting with one side first, screw the bottom frame bracket into the door frame. Slide the frame bracket over the door bracket and hold with your hand against the frame. Next , level the center (tall side of the door) where it would meet up the opposing door then screw the top frame bracket in place.
(i place one screw in each bracket just in case i might make and adjustment) hang the other door in a similar fashion so the center matches/lines up with the first door. Like i mentioned earlier this does mean your brackets may not perfectly line up with each other on the door frame. Give your doors time to adjust.Like i said they may want to move around a bit after installed so just let them reach an equilibrium before adjusting your brackets. Message me if you have questions on this.
Any of my products including this can be made custom if different lengths or other variations such as color are desired. If you have any questions just ask. This includes but is not limited to any injury or injury leading to death in association with the installation of the doors or the use of doors. It is the purchaser's responsibility to ensure hinges are properly installed and the hinges used will be safe and adequate for the door that is being installed including after installation. This item is made of wood and brackets, screws.