Much of our work involves the use of sapele mahogany, which has a beautifully rich color. We crafted these main doors for a golf club, using a reamy glass and a chevron design panel. On the hardware, we used an oil-rubbed bronze finish. This entryway also has concealed panic hardware, which we recommend for commercial spaces.
Cupolas are a signature design of Vintage Millwork and Restoration, as well as our parent company, B&D Builders. We use this specific design on old historical barns, which includes a copper roof and custom copper weathervane on top. You won’t find custom work like this anywhere else!
We know our way around custom tack rooms. For this one in particular, we used reclaimed chestnut planking and reclaimed ceiling beams and decking. The doors were made with stained reclaimed red oak, and the tack island and boot shelf cabinets were made with reclaimed white oak with a clear finish. Hand-forged handrails were added for a finishing touch.
White oak is another common wood that we use in our mill shop. These doors include the required ADA hardware for an event building.