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Art Doors by The-Wood® Studio Thailand
The-Wood® Studio is a designer and manufacturer
of double doors and single wood doors. We offer custom made doors
and front entryways made in solid teak. We make
unfinished, pre-finished and finished doors with and without frames. We
design doors in French, Mexican,
Victorian, Classic and Moroccan styles. We carve crests,
coat of arms, logos, names, horses and flowers... We make designer doorways in any style, size, thickness, and shape... We
build wide range of wood double doors with one of a kind carving design and
with the most unique
ornaments. Shipping to US or Europe $500.00 USD only!
architecture, the horizontal member that spans an opening, such as a
door or window, or that connects two columns. The post-and-lintel,
or trabeated, system of construction, with spans limited to the
length of available wood or stone beams, is the basis of the
Egyptian and Greek styles of architecture, as contrasted with the
later arched and vaulted, or arcuated, styles.
Gothic Door: Doors in Gothic
houses were usually unglazed. In the most strongly Gothic houses,
doors were ledged, with vertical planks or planks in a herringbone
pattern. Oak was a prized wood. After 1860 it was more common to see
glazed and leaded front doors. Typical colors used for painted
front doors of pine or deal were dark blue, chocolate brown (favored
by Eastlake), deep red, or else olive green. Graining was also used.
A key feature of the front door was a set of ornamental fittings,
ideally in wrought iron. Regular door-to-door postal deliveries
began in 1840 and the small letter-plate was introduced. Larger
items were received by a maid or other domestic servant. The other
furniture was a knocker and a pull to help to close the door.
Internal Gothic doors might have been ledged, or else were panelled.
As with the front door, those of better quality wood were polished,
while those of pine and deal were either grained or painted. They
were fitted with finger plates of iron or else brass.