A New Option in Architectural Doors

Hewing to the regulations of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), Borano uses Honduran mahogany selected from Central American forests to craft a series of remarkably beautiful—and impressively sturdy—doors. All the work is done by craftsman in Honduras who mix Old World methods, such as mortise-and-tenon joinery, with New World materials, like Franklin Advantage II Waterproof Catalyzed Glue on the joints. The stile-and-rail faces are covered with a ¼-inch overlay, and the doors themselves are 2¼ inches thick.

From $110 a square foot, not including shipping.

Custom Mahogany Doors, by Borano
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