Old Kitchen Swing Door 87 X 31 1/2 Arts And Crafts Craftsman Style. This is an absolutely beautiful kitchen swing door. I tried to capture how beautiful the grain in the wood is but the pictures truly do not do it justice. Considering its age the door is in overall good condition I did notice some damage to the bottom right corner where the door connects to the hardware and looks as though it had been repaired through the years. The craftsmanship put in to this door truly makes it worth restoring. Salvaged from a home that was built in 1901 by a famous architect Joseph Cather Newsom prolific designer and builder of late-C19. At the beginning (1878) he was building in the Eastlake or Stick style, then they turned to Colonial Queen Anne, boarded gables, gouty colonnettes and extreme ornamentation in what can only be described as an exuberant free style. Then a flirtation with the Colonial Revival or Shingle style, the château style, the Georgian Colonial Revival, and Beaux-Arts Classicism. Late he turned to regional Mission Revival (based on Spanish Colonial architecture) and around 1900 to the Arts-and-Crafts style. Whatever style used, it was never guilty of restrain. All items salvaged by Erics architectural salvage of LA located at 1540 W. Los Angeles, CA 90017. The item “Old Kitchen Swing Door 87 X 31 1/2 Arts And Crafts Craftsman Style” is in sale since Friday, April 19, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Doors”. The seller is “ericstiques2kmz” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped to United States.