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Entrance Door, Fine Art Hand Carved Wilderness Scene – HCED788


When you love the outdoors, or simply have an appreciation for nature, you want that reflected in your home furnishings. Our beautifully hand carved entrance door features a moose and forest scene that will enhance any rustic decor.

A Door That?s Perfect for Your Cabin or Rustic Lodge

Natural wood furniture has grown in popularity ever since rustic style was first introduced in the late 1800s. Mountain lodges, like the Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone National Park, added to the trend as city dwellers sought refuge from their busy lifestyles. By emphasizing a warm, natural appearance and preserving wood grain, rustic design creates a calm atmosphere and produces furnishings that can last a lifetime.

The Moose is the largest deer species in North America, and their giant, twig-like antlers are unique in size and shape. They are often associated with lush, mountainous areas – conjuring images of the rugged outdoors. Using hand tools and pure muscle, our master woodworkers created a breathtaking carving of a majestic western moose standing proudly near a stream. Each leaf is represented on the trees in the background and each tuff of fur is carefully included on the moose.

Our Skilled Craftsmen Bring Out the Natural Beauty of Warm Cedar

We can custom design a scene of your choosing featuring an elk or moose or any animal of the wild – whatever you need to compliment your style. Each door is completed with a 10-process hand applied wood finish to ensure the wood?s beauty is protected and remains unblemished for generations.

To get started, give us a call today: 1-800-292-0008

For matching chairs, please view our Lodge Style Carved Wood Dining Chairs – HRC614A


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