Making DIY Interior Dutch door

Diy Exterior Dutch Door


Interior Dutch door – Dutch door, also called double-door or door hanging half, horizontally so that the bottom half can remain closed while the top is open. Used in early New England as a way to allow light in when closed to keep the kids, and the method works equally well for children’s rooms in the modern era. “Modified door is there to supervise your children while they play or sleep safely locked in place.

Materials needed:

  • Internal wooden doors
  • 1 door hinge internal coordination
  • chisel
  • Tape Measure
  • Pencil
  • The guidance Wood
  • carpentry clamps
  • saws
  • Orbital Sander
  • 6 “long 1X6” pine wood
  • Wood Glue
  • nail gun
  • Nails
  • Drilling
  • Hammer
  • Screwdriver
  • bolts
  • liter semigloss latex paint to account
  • brush or paint roller
  • coating pan
  • fabric decrease
  • damp cloth


Remove the Interior Dutch door by inserting a screwdriver through the bottom hinge and pressing on each bolt with a hammer until it comes loose. Remove the screws, and then remove the door.

Mark the door frame for extra hinge

Dutch door requires four joints to ensure proper and safe function: two to support two senior teams to support the bottom panel. Because the interior door comes standard with three stops, and requires only one additional hinge for add. Once removed the original door, put new hinges on the door frame about 30 “above the ground.

Tip: great height to sit Dutch door panel height is 4, you must install additional hinge on stand 36 “above ground” above the bottom plate to the ground to stand 4.

Sculpture door frame

Tip: You can also make indentations in the surface of the wood, turning chisel to the highest position achieved by the surface until full hinge.

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