This is vaguely self-promotional but it's also quite interesting so we're rolling with it. (It's also the only response we got from anyone to our request for photos of readers' favorite doors!) Nathan from South Slope Woodworks (a longtime advertiser on the Forum) got a job fabricate two sets of doors for a 12.5-foot-wide brownstone on Waverly Avenue in Clinton Hill. With only the old tax lot photo to work off, they built the doors out of 150-year-old reclaimed long leaf yellow pine that had been salvaged from a demolition in Tribeca. Because the parlor floor ceiling is only 8-feet high, the doors are truly mini-versions of your typical brownstone door. Neato!
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