GoodfromWood

The piece that everyone talks about. Wood products

Stillwater, Minnesota 1137 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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GoodfromWood

The piece that everyone talks about. Wood products

Stillwater, Minnesota | 1137 Sales

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Marty and Chelsea Dyck

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Marty and Chelsea Dyck

Announcement    A mom and pop wood shop, where mom and pop are 30s, raising two boys and feel fortunate to do what we love!

Starting in the garage in the cold snowy spring of March, Marty had the idea of building a sliding barn door to replace the cheap and ugly bi-fold door for the front closet in his home. After all was in place Marty's wife had the idea of selling them. An advertisement here and there we quickly had a full fledged business on our hands. Marty has produced hundreds of woodworking projects since, although the barn doors are the biggest hit.

We have worked with many interior design companies across the United States as well as having a door featured on HGTV's "Most Embarrassing Room In America" airing in October of 2013. The kitchen in which the door is being used as a pantry door is also in HGTV Magazine October 2013 issue. Visit this link:

And just for fun, we were recently a part of HGTV House Hunters. Check out the episode here!

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Last updated on Aug 12, 2019

A mom and pop wood shop, where mom and pop are 30s, raising two boys and feel fortunate to do what we love!

Starting in the garage in the cold snowy spring of March, Marty had the idea of building a sliding barn door to replace the cheap and ugly bi-fold door for the front closet in his home. After all was in place Marty's wife had the idea of selling them. An advertisement here and there we quickly had a full fledged business on our hands. Marty has produced hundreds of woodworking projects since, although the barn doors are the biggest hit.

We have worked with many interior design companies across the United States as well as having a door featured on HGTV's "Most Embarrassing Room In America" airing in October of 2013. The kitchen in which the door is being used as a pantry door is also in HGTV Magazine October 2013 issue. Visit this link:

And just for fun, we were recently a part of HGTV House Hunters. Check out the episode here!

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A mom and pop wood shop, where mom and pop are 30s, raising two boys and feel fortunate to do what they love!

Starting in the garage in the cold snowy spring of March 2013, Marty had the idea of building a sliding barn door to replace the cheap and ugly bi-fold door for the front closet in his home. After all was in place Marty's wife had the idea of selling them. An advertisement here and there we quickly had a full fledged business on our hands. Marty has produced hundreds of woodworking projects since, although the barn doors are the biggest hit.

We have worked with many interior design companies across the United States as well as having a door featured on HGTV's "Most Embarrassing Room In America" airing in October of 2013. The kitchen in which the door is being used as a pantry door is also in HGTV Magazine October 2013 issue. Visit this link:

And just for fun, we were recently a part of HGTV House Hunters. Check out the episode here!

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Last updated on May 12, 2017
Hi,
Thanks for checking us out!
Everyone wants a piece of furniture that stands out. We provide you with a custom piece that will definitely be the talking point of everyone who sees it. We specialize in custom made barn doors but we are able to do much more.

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
Due to the custom nature of these products we do our best to make sure you are happy but we are unable to take returns. That being said we will work with you to get a product you are happy about.
Shipping
Shipping depends on the size of door and where you live. If you are interested in our product let us know and we'll figure something out.
Additional policies and FAQs
A few things to know about the doors...

All doors are made from pine unless requested otherwise. We do our own distressing and create the look that everyone is looking for.

These doors come with the pattern on one side only, leaving the screw heads somewhat exposed in the back. They are sunk in about an 1/8th of an inch. We feel it gives the door a really old and true barn door look. We can add a pattern on the backside or fill the holes for an extra charge.

For local orders (Twin Cities), pick up is an option as well as delivery for a charge.

Shipping doors to the lower 48 states is $150 for one door. Two or more is $100 extra for each. Anywhere else is TBD upon request.

We currently have a lead time of 6-8 weeks. Need it sooner? Ask us about our rush orders. We can work with almost any timeline.