It brings that garage door alive with some color. I would love to find someone in the Dallas area to do this for me. The issue is I wont to make them weather tight. They usually go for around $250 to $400 for a set for a 16×7 residential door. I used three layers of 4/4″ 1″ nominal, 3/4″ actual pine. GET BUILDING! Thanks for the tutorial on faux wood paint on a garage door. Where did you buy the chain bolts shown? Ummm…yes it was orange, and yes my neighbors thought I was going to leave it like that. Hinges: ~$100 Click for full details. I love using different textures and natural elements in my home decor. But…I learned and am so glad I took this project on. see doors. The hinges I got were direct from Boston Architectural Hinge Company, who were very helpful in offering a reasonable price compared to other options online. The client and her husband are in the process of refurbishing a stately 1920 property in a historical district. nice job look though. I have been scheming of ways to to make my garage doors into faux carriage doors for a while, but our friend Randy did it first! We are obsessed with it and so are you, so while we're working and have nothing to show you of our own projects we show off yours. Would love to do that in a modified version on my door- but it is smooth fiberglass. Woot! I used Titebond Premium glue. Chic furnishings that not everyone has in the apartment make a home look more elegant. Beautiful and stunning ? The blog of Christian Moist. Been looking at these and I think I’m going to follow your plans and make the exact same doors this weekend (maybe slightly larger dimensions, but the same otherwise). It would take some practice, maybe on some scrap wood, etc., but I think it can be done if you’re willing to try! As with ALL of our free DIY projects and tutorials, be certain to read over the complete tutorial before starting a project. All projects performed following instructions found on this site are done at your own risk. Only the material costs are identified with this posting. This blog is about DIY at its finest. After the glue dried, I trimmed the excess off the top and bottom of the stiles. In the end, I went with pine, as it’s relatively light and inexpensive, with the understanding it won’t last as long as hardwood. I nearly always make it rather than buy it. We have worked very hard and have spent a lot of time creating this tutorial! Wood and glue: ~$200 ha!,,,,,,,,,,, Carriage style garage doors | 1000 – Modern, 2018 Dayton Maker Faire Boneyard Buildoff Recap, Tenma Test Equipment and Soldering Website, Building a Raspberry Pi Powered Photo Booth. I am not a carpenter so not sure of the correct verbiage. So do I do on coat in the caramel then go to the dark brown then do the glaze? Is it possible to email you? [CDATA[ var changoAlternateAdURL = ''; // ]]> Published: March 16, 2010Filed Under: DIY Project Plans, Guest Bloggers, Tutorials Tagged: Garage, Guest Bloggers, Project Plans, Remodeling, Tutorials. There is also an unattached  brick building that was probably a garage and will ultimately be rehabbed. The astragal was just nailed into place with galvanized nails, which were painted over. So submit your projects! Something like this ( At this point, I ordered tempered glass to size from a local glass shop, as well as heavy duty 5×5 NRP stainless ball bearing hinges. dark chocolate, brown flat exterior paint – again, another seconds can for me, but just pick a deep contrasting brown. I think a better solution would be a strip brush ( Would you be willing to post an email in hopes of getting some help with mine? A note on the hinges – I searched all over for hinges after deciding against standard barn/strap hinges. First you start off with a custom Sing Panel. We make the non-warping panels that are used by garage door manufacturers and high end millworks who use Sing Panels as a base material to create their non-warp carriage doors. So with some paint, I went to work and made our garage door look like this…. We’re still loving it! We don’t have any additional contact info. Doing it right now! About a year ago I finished up the restoration of an antique entry door and posted it on HomeTalk (link provided as a comment, below). Subscribe to Fine Woodworking today and get our lowest price of the season - only $20 for one year. I have an old craftsman house. I'll show you how. Thanks. Add more slats on the inside? Where you listed the items needed you wrote a caramel exterior paint and then also a dark brown exterior paint. On to the fun part….adding the depth. Thanks Kevin! I was thinking of doing them with the carsiding section cut down to 47″. Over the course of a year or so, I decided a set of carriage doors would be awesome. I want to do my front door like the garage doors but it is smooth.