Lynden Door, a Washington state manufacturer of interior doors, is pleased to announce the launch of the StileLine® collection of natural wood veneer doors. The doors are available in three pre-set combinations of cut/species:

•Quarter Sliced African Mahogany

•Plain Sliced White Maple

•Rift White Oak

Lynden Door Announces StileLineIn each case, the door features a 6” wide vertical section of veneer “sketched” to the horizontal grain veneer that composes the remainder of the door face. This uniquely European styling offers a fresh design alternative for contemporary vernaculars.

According to Director of Sales, David Plenkovich, "Lynden Door and our distribution partners across the USA and Canada have experienced strong demand for moderately priced, natural wood veneer doors featuring opposing grains. In 2009, we developed a domestically produced architectural door with this appearance (the Rhytmus; part of the Rediscovery Collection) and had success."

Lynden Door Announces StileLineThe new StileLine® offers three species; three cuts; and a choice of tan-blonde-red tones. These doors are available for fast turn-around and provide distinctive styling at a popular price point. The use of carefully selected import door skins makes this possible.”

StileLine® is available in hollow, solid and fire rated cores – both 1-3/8” and 1-3/4”. 6/8, 7/0 and 8/0 heights are produced from stock and a wide range of popular widths are available. Options include: factory machining, factory finishing (including No VOC Ultra-violet transparent finish), STC (sound) ratings and GreenDor selections.

Lynden Door Announces StileLine“We are excited by StileLine’s great potential to access upscale markets and modernist design as well as mid-market opportunities including new build, commercial, renovation and hospitality. StileLine® is the ideal choice for Multi-family projects where developers are looking for a way to differentiate their space, without adding significant cost. StileLine® meets that need.”

Source: Lynden Door

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