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I need some doors made to match my current kitchen which the cabinets are made from Farmhouse Pine or some call it Antique Pine but i cant find it anywhere does anyone know where i could possibly try to get it?

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AS w~o says, some pics would be a big help.
"Farmhouse pine" and "antique pine" aren't actually types of timber as such, they're more about the way it's finished.
While getting someone to make up some doors in the same style, and even in the same species of timber migth be simple enough. matching an existing finish is notoriously difficult.
If you can buy the doors "off the shelf" that's your best bet, but is probably fairly unlikely.



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I have pics but it wont let me upload them hows best to upload them


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icom102 wrote:
I have pics but it wont let me upload them hows best to upload them


Pics need to be less than 1200 pixels (iirc) on the longest side.

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if you take white pine and do nothing to it no finish no coating in about 2 years it will be antique pine in colour
if you match it now to be the same colour in 2 years time it will be perhaps 2 or three shades darker

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almost look foil wrap :dunno:

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big-all wrote:
almost look foil wrap :dunno:

They must be that or something similar.
I reckon the OPs best hope for those is finding out who made them and trying to find some.


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To think they are foil as there is no natural end grain showing where you would expect it on the routed channels. This would mean that they are nigh on impossible to replicate. Even in solid wood the cutters needed to match the moulding will be difficult to set up dead right. I think I would buy as close as possible from an internet door company I cannot give a link as I am on my phone sorry.

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The name is farmhouse pine or antique pine everywhere I check say its not made ay more its a final I think as on one of the doors its peeling off


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icom102 wrote:
The name is farmhouse pine or antique pine everywhere I check say its not made ay more its a final I think as on one of the doors its peeling off

Yes, that sort of colour is called that, but as I said earlier the terms are more or less meaningless in themselves.
"Farmhouse" or "Antique" pine will be different whichever maker you get it from.
Your only real hope if you want an exact match is to get the same doors from the original maker.
Or change all the doors for new ones of the same size if they're not made any more.


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another reason its not routered is if you look at the radius off the door at the bottom corner facing the panel then a cutter that size wouldn't reach the other side to mold the panel side :lol:

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another reason its not routered is if you look at the radius off the door at the bottom corner facing the panel then a cutter that size wouldn't reach the other side to mold the panel side :lol:

I have to disagree - it is routed and then vinyl wrapped (foil can only be used on flat or radiused surfaces - it can't stretch over contoured surfaces like the moulding on these doors because it is paper-backed). The process is actually a 2-pass one with both sides of the profiled groove being cut separately. Sometimes this is done by two different cutters. That requires either a 2-head machine or a machine with an ATC (auto tool changer).

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The name is farmhouse pine or antique pine everywhere I check say its not made ay more its a final I think as on one of the doors its peeling off

TBH pine look kitchens really aren't popular these days which is why the vinyl wrap material manufacturers have dropped it from their ranges. There are only a limited number of firms making the raw vinyl material and just like kitchen worktops when one of the big guys stops making a particular style many of the others follow suit. If the doors are peeling maybe it's time to reskin the kitchen (i.e. new doors and handles)

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