Angle oak cottage door

Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by spen123, Sep 20, 2021.

  1. spen123

    spen123 Active Member

    I need to fit a oak cottage style door into an angled frame under the stairs.
    How do I cut and shunt this?
    Or do I need to take them to a joinery shop?
    I've see you can buy them but they are hugely expensive and we need two maybe three.
  2. woodbutcherbower

    woodbutcherbower Active Member

    Photos of the door and photo of where they need to go please?
  3. spen123

    spen123 Active Member

    This is the style im thinking of.
    I have attached a photo of what I want to achieve.
    Currently away from home so can't get a photo atm.

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  4. CGN

    CGN Screwfix Select

    shoudnt be too hard to convert, but one problem is if there is enough of the stile left over after cutting the door to height/angle to make the new angled top rail.
  5. Okoak

    Okoak Active Member

    Hit the nail on the head here I think... The angled head is obviously longer than a standard horizontal head and therefore the original head will be too short to use. You may need to buy another door to use as a donor and use the vertical members as heads.
    As it is likely to be an oak veneer on a chipboard base you may also need to consider covering the inside of the door with 12mm ply and fixing the new made up door onto it to retain strength.
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  6. CGN

    CGN Screwfix Select

    Yes, a donor door might be the only option.
  7. spen123

    spen123 Active Member

    Thanks for the responses.
    I'll get a door and see what happens

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