This Painted Aztec Door offers a modern, stylish aesthetic with its classic barn door design and unique Aztec pattern. Enjoy a touch of the exotic with this one-of-a-kind door made from premium materials for lasting quality and durability.
The Painted Aztec Door is fully customizable and made to order from Walston Door Company in Kansas City, Missouri. Add a unique design element to your space with our painted geometric door.
Door pictured is painted SW Tricorn Black.
Door design can be customized to be single sided or double sided. If single sided is selected, the back will be a flat panel finished the same as the front.
Door is fully assembled.
Door can be used as an interior barn door, pocket door, or hinged door.
Barn door hardware is available for purchase. If barn door hardware is purchased from Walston Door Company, the accompanied door(s) will come pre-drilled for wheels unless otherwise noted.
All doors will include a groove on the bottom to accommodate a floor guide unless otherwise noted.
Door thickness is 1 1/2" if single sided and 1 3/4" if double sided.
For wood doors, wood grain and color may vary due to natural wood characteristics.
Made in North Kansas City, Missouri.
Questions? Contact us! Email email@example.com or 816-726-3841.
We’ve engineered our PolyCompression Core™ that we’re combining with CNC technology for unique designs that you cannot find anywhere else.
Door Skin: 1/4" and 1/2" MDF (medium-density fiberboard) skins allow for increased depth in design and a silky smooth finish, perfect for painting.
Stile & Rail: Engineered stiles/rails from laminated stand lumber provide a stable, durable frame built to last.
Expanded Polystyrene Core: Compressed Expanded Polystyrene core provides a lighter weight, yet rigid door with enhanced durability and sound reducing qualities.
Benefits of Walston Door Company's Engineered Wood Vs. Solid Wood
More Modern Construction:Engineered wood doors are a more modern approach to door construction. An engineered door consists of multiplelayers of timber that are pressed and glued together in different directions. This forms the core material.
Warp Resistant:An engineered wood door is able to evenly distribute any stress applied to it which makes them more stable and more warp resistant than its solid wood counterpart.
Resistant to Moisture:Engineered wood doors are less susceptible to environmental changes such as variations in humidity and temperature. Exposure to factors like these can cause a solid door to warp or bow.
Stability:Engineered wood is more stable compared to solid wood by having layers of timber running in different directions.
We're located in North Kansas City, Missouri for local pick up orders.
We also offer domestic freight shipping! Your door will be custom crated and the freight company will call to schedule a convenient driveway delivery time frame.
Lead time is 6-10 weeks. All doors are made to order. Freight shipping adds approximately 3-10 business days.
Please contact us about our expedite lead time fee if interested.
The Enchanting Aztec Door: A Gateway to History and Elegance
In the world of interior design, some elements possess the power to transform a space, transcending mere functionality to become pieces of art. The painted Aztec door is one such element, a remarkable fusion of history, craftsmanship, and aesthetics that promises to be the focal point of any room it graces.
A Glimpse into the Aztec World
The painted Aztec door is a door unlike any other. It is a portal that transports you to the heart of the ancient Aztec civilization, a culture renowned for its artistry and symbolism. The door's design draws inspiration from the rich tapestry of Aztec art and mythology, weaving together intricate patterns and vivid colors that tell stories of gods, warriors, and the natural world.
One of the key features of this door is its versatility. Whether you envision it as an interior barn door, a track door, or a hinged door, the painted Aztec door can be customized to meet your specific needs. Its dimensions can be tailored to fit any space, from cozy reading nooks to grand living rooms, making it a perfect addition to both residential and commercial settings.
Moreover, the customization extends to its color palette. While the classic Aztec hues of rich reds, deep blues, and vibrant yellows create a timeless look, you have the freedom to choose the colors that resonate with your personal style and interior décor. This flexibility ensures that the door seamlessly integrates into your design scheme, whether it's rustic, modern, or eclectic.
Crafted by skilled artisans, each painted Aztec door is a testament to meticulous craftsmanship. The door's surface is a canvas on which intricate details are painstakingly painted by hand. Every stroke and line is carefully executed to capture the essence of Aztec artistry. The result is a door that not only tells a story but also showcases the mastery of those who created it.
A Conversation Starter
When you introduce the painted Aztec door into your space, you're not just adding a functional element; you're inviting a conversation. Its striking design and historical significance are bound to captivate anyone who enters the room. Guests will be drawn to its beauty, and the door will undoubtedly become a focal point, sparking discussions about art, culture, and design.
A Legacy of Durability
Beyond its aesthetic appeal, the painted Aztec door is built to endure. Crafted from high-quality materials, it can withstand the test of time and the demands of daily use. Whether you choose it as a sliding barn door, a track door, or a hinged door, you can trust that it will continue to grace your space with its beauty for years to come.
In conclusion, the painted Aztec door is a masterpiece of art and functionality, a gateway to history and elegance. Its customizability, masterful craftsmanship, and durability make it a versatile addition to any interior. As it beckons you to enter, it also beckons you to explore the stories of an ancient civilization, reminding us that great design is timeless, just like the legacy of the Aztecs themselves.