Custom Exterior Doors With Hand Carved Christmas Tree And Pine Tree Door Pulls
Thomas Kinkade’s Cristmas Tree Cottage Door Reproduced In Real Life Was The Dream Door Of This Customer – Hand carved and hand forged christmas tree door pulls. Custom doors handcrafted in American from the highest quality wood and materials. Our exterior wood doors are custom crafted for each client by our talented master level wood workers for luxury and artistry at ArtFactory.com. Order your dream door custom designed for your residential or commercial property, and make a first impression that reflects your personality and accomplishments. ArtFactory.com offers only the finest signature artistic doors and entrances, individually created by our expert craftsman, wood carvers, and metal smiths; with no limitations on size, design, thickness or finish. We hand make interior and exterior doors in any style, size, and finish – limited only by your imagination. Contact us to discuss your designer door ideas at 1-800-292-0008.
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Custom Exterior Door Hand Carved – As shown – Color: Jacobean – Exotic Cedar
Solid wood exterior door, 3-inch thick wood hand hewn with mortise and tenon construction, full length air dried timber hand carved for beautiful design. Decorative 1 3/4-inch clavos on door, 3/4-inch diameter clavos on kick plate, and custom door handle all made by master blacksmiths using hand forged wrought iron with patina finish. Structural jamb 3-inch thick with 1-inch rabbeted stop on pre-hung exterior door with all weather package. All custom doors includes adjustable heavy duty crush proof threshold, self-closing adjustable tension hinges, automatic mechanical door sweep, single cylinder deadbolt, and roller style door latches. Side light panels are 3/4-inch thermal insulated tempered clear glass.
Custom Wood Doors – Historical Origin & Design Inspiration
Thomas Kinkade (born January 19, 1958 in Sacramento, California) is an American painter of realistic, bucolic, and idyllic subjects. He is notable for the mass marketing of his work as printed reproductions and other licensed products via The Thomas Kinkade Company.
He characterizes himself as “Thomas Kinkade, Painter of Light” (a trademarked phrase), and as “America’s most-collected living artist”. Media Arts, the publicly-traded company that licenses and sells Kinkade’s products, claims that 1 in 20 homes in the U.S. feature some form of Thomas Kinkade’s art.
Kinkade has received criticism for the extent to which he has commercialized his art – for example, selling his prints on the QVC home shopping network. Others have written that his paintings are merely kitsch, without substance, and have described them as chocolate box art.