Shiplap Doors That Can Be Ordered In

WalzCraft notes that shiplap has become a prominent request among homeowners, so the outsourcing supplier has added several new Signature Series door designs that were inspired by that. Traditional shiplap is created by installing several thin planks of wood with rabbet joinery. The new doors are a simplified version that is made to mimic the visual appearance of traditional shiplap. Instead of individual planks, they have a single routed panel. Among the new products is the S951 Clinton, an Adventure series door with square stiles and stepped rails. The center panel has grooves with 4-1/2″ spacing, and the sample shown here is rift sawn white oak with a light American Walnut Stain. The Adventure series lets a woodworker pair a square edged stile or rail profile with any of the company’s Traditional, Old World, Applied Molding, or 600 Series Mitered Profiles that are designated with an “AS”. The center door in the image is the S958 Beckett, which pairs a clean Shaker style with dark gray Nightfall combination stain on rustic alder. This panel has grooves with 3″ spacing. And the third sample is S959 Kendrick, which has a beveled profile and grooves with 3-3/4″ spacing. This sample is in select red birch with a clear coat and no stain. WalzCraft, which is located in La Crosse, Wisconsin, also offers painted and 3D laminate (RTF) doors in the shiplap style.