http://www.selectdoorexchange.com/pageView.cfm/pageID/275 This one here looks like the same house/trim too http://www.selectdoorexchange.com/pageView.cfm/pageID/273
Trying to figure out how to replicate this trim in my home. Only thing i'm not REAL crazy over is the quarter round on the floor against the base trim, but with the high base, it does actually look ok.
What i'm thinking is this:
5/8" thick door case, approx 3" wide?
Cap on the door looks like it might be 3/4" thick about 4" high, overhung 1/2" over the side case, and looks like a piece of 3/4" on its side, overhanging the cap by about 1/4" on the front, and 1/2" on the right and left?
Base looks like its 3/8" because it doesnt look to be as thick as the door case??? not sure what that base is....
All looks to be made from MDF? Any thoughts? Does MDF come in 1"??? i know i've seen 1/2 and 3/4... not sure about 1"?
Any help from someone who knows would be great
I like the simple clean look of this... anything to get me away from using the "colonial" mdf stuff that i can't stand.
Also, any thoughts on using a typical 6-panel pine door with tung oil or linseed and maybe an oil varnish on top for durability... as i have not seen any 4 panel mission style alder doors around.
Thanks a lot, any opinions or critisizm on this would be apperciated and expected also.
I have been leaning away from doing white trim and typical 6-panel white doors, as i think its too white for my taste... but i finially found this white trim with wood doors and i think they work well togather...
Plus with my new white vinyl windows an all wood trim house would not look right...