Custom Authentic Reclaimed Barn-Wood Horizontal Doors Rustic Vintage

Free shipping
Made to order
Preparation takes 2-3 weeks
Arrives from the United States

Made in Grand Ledge, Michigan

Item details

Before you place an order, contact us, so we can create a custom listing for you. Most customers save time and money this way!

Get the rustic look of custom, handmade barn-wood doors made of reclaimed wood from Michigan barns. The materials are pulled from barns as much as a century old and include the unique characteristics you expect in such authentic materials: Unique knots, nail holes, and occasionally some writing or calculations from the builder and/or barn owner.

If you would like a size or design not listed here, let us know what you're looking for. We can make almost anything happen!

• Single-sided doors are for closets and pantries, where they will only be viewed from only one side. Double-sided doors are for between-room doorways, where they will be viewed from both sides.
• Planks can be oriented horizontally or vertically.
• Thicknesses may be customized, but the majority of doors are 1¾" thick.
• Doors can be any combination of brown, gray, or red.
• A wax finish that brings out the color is included. However, other finishes are available.
• Multiple-door orders get a discount:
2 doors: 25% off
3-4 doors: 35% off
5-9 doors: 40% off
10+ doors: 50% off
• Most builds take 2-3 weeks. Orders of three or more doors may take longer.
• Doors can be installed at additional cost. Contact us for details.
• Deliver is free within the continental United States.
• Doors can be delivered for free within a 150-mile radius of Grand Ledge, Mich. To see how far you are from Grand Ledge, use this link:
• Because these are custom-made items, there are no returns. Doors are sold as-is.

To figure out the right size for your door(s):
1. Determine if you want your door(s) to hang under the arch or go over the front. If you want it over the front and want the door to also cover the trim when it is closed, measure to the edges of the trim, not the doorway.
2. Measure the doorway's inside width and height (reference the diagrams in the photo gallery of this listing). If you want over-the-front doors to extend past any trim or molding, measure to the ends of the trim or molding and follow the directions below.
3. For under-the-arch doors, divide the width by 2 and add 2" for overlap ([w/2]+2") and subtract 2" from the height for hardware (h-2") for each door. For over-the-front doors, add 2" to the width (w+4") and add 1" to the height (h+2").
If you aren't certain about which dimensions to use, let us know. Send us the dimensions of the doorway, and we'll help you out.