INTERIOR DOORS

WOOD

FLUSH

LOUVER

MODERN

WOOD

BARN

FRENCH

MDF RCD

MOLDED

BARN

CHERRY

FLUSH

KNOTTY ALDER

KNOTTY PINE

MAPLE

Our popular barn doors, handles and hardware range from rustic to contemporary making it easy to tailor a solution to fit any décor.

Cherry’s has as smooth and beautiful texture. Cherry's unique properties cause the wood to darken with exposure to light.

A door with a flush surface that is not divided into panels and moldings. Available in many wood species.

With a subtle grain pattern. The beauty of this wood is drawn out when the finishing top coat is applied.

Rustic elegance feel.

Each Knotty Pine has a unique and rich display of knots, reflecting the beauty and variability of nature.

A pale sapwood with a fine uniform texture and can be found all over the United States, easily recognizable by its leaf shape

PINE

PRIMED

POPLAR

RED OAK

SELECT POPLAR

WHITE OAK

Pine is the premier softwood species. Still admired for its large grain patterns, Pine lends an old world feel to any home.

Primed doors offer a clean look. They can be painted a bright bold or a darker color to highlight the entryway to any room.

This type of Poplar has more color variations than the Select Poplar, but with the same fine texture. Perfect for staining.

Both hard and heavy. The sapwood has wide growth rings that provide the beautiful grain patterns that Oak is known for.

Select Poplar is a medium density hardwood with a fine, even texture similar to Cherry.

This offering’s panel design and select plain slice vertical grain makes for a modern take on the classic look of White Oak

We have more profiles and wood species available. Contact Ultimate Millwork and a trained professional will assist you.

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