Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 14:20:32 PM. . By Davina Barkley.
Another technique called Mortise and Tenon has been widely used by woodworkers for thousands of years because of its simplicity and effectiveness. It involves the joining of pieces of wood. It comprises two components which are the mortise hole (the cavity) and the tenon (the projection). The joint may be glued, pinned or wedged to lock it in place. Combining this process with LVL will give wood cellar doors ultimate strength.
Doors vary in that you can have several panels, panels broken up in different patterns, a smaller window, or a door that is almost entirely glass with only a wooden trim. Glass doesn't have to be transparent either. You can have glass that comes with patterns etched into it or in a frosted form. The doors themselves can come in the traditional rectangular shape or you can opt for something a little different, such as a slight arch at the top or the entire door can be arched for a more old world look.
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