Choosing Your Door Type

Our custom millwork and hands-on craftsmanship enables us to build custom doors with rich, solid designs that range from modern to rustic styles.

Vintage Millwork and Restoration’s custom doors have been used for a wide variety of industries and uses, including interior doors, exterior doors, garage doors, barn doors, commercial-use doors, and more.

Types of Doors

All of our doors are engineered for strength and designed for elegance. Some of the more popular door types we specialize in include:


  • Loft Doors
  • Dutch Doors
  • Garage Doors
  • Carriage Doors
  • Entry Doors
  • Sliding Porch or Deck Doors
  • Interior Doors
  • Emergency or Panic Doors
Hardware detail of custom slider door in red cedar
A custom door


  • Arched
  • Sliding
  • Swinging
  • Paneled
  • Stile and Rail
  • French
  • Pocket
  • Screened
  • Double

Custom Entryways

Front entryways are unique. Your entryway makes a statement and gives your guests a first impression as they walk into your home. That’s why Vintage Millwork and Restoration believes your entryway should be as custom as your personality, and as warm as your personal welcome.

Enhance your look by adding an overhang with timber frame trusses that not only add a creative appeal to your home’s exterior but also protects your guests from rain.

In your foyer, timber frame beams add beauty and warmth. Vintage Millwork and Restoration can build and install timber frame touches to your entryway, stairs, or gallery area to complete your look.

All of our work is custom designed to match your personal style. Whether you prefer timber frame or stone, we have builders to ensure your vision becomes a reality.

See examples of our work.

Let’s Get Started

If you have a vision for your door or entryway, let our engineers help you make that vision a reality. We will walk you through every step of the process, from establishing the category or type of door you need, formulating the design, and selecting all the finishes through final installation. Click the button below, and let’s get your next project started.