Farmhouse Workshop | 'The Humble Oak Door'

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The lockdown in France meant that until very recently, lumberyards were closed for business. Unfortunately we were in need of a new bathroom door to complete the restoration of one of the bedrooms. We cracked on with some old oak that we removed from a roof we replaced recently. I'm not going to sugar coat - this was not the most efficient use of time due to the knots and twists of the timber, however it was a great little project to try once if only to know not to try it again!

Art of war -
Art of war - 3 yıl önce
Spectacular job ! I'm a big fan of your work. I'm also a fan of the raw sound of the work being done....maybe less music next time ?? Keep it up.
carlrogers 3 yıl önce
I couldnt agree more - had a big problem with the audio files on this video so had to add music. now have a brand new camera so will be back to normal next video!
Art of war -
Art of war - 3 yıl önce
@carlrogers great to hear, can't wait for future videos, my son and I do small projects together and take great pointers from certain ways you do things Much appreciated.
Philip O Callaghan
Philip O Callaghan 2 yıl önce
@Fritz , Are you drunk, or did you fall asleep on your keyboard?
adrian maxwell
adrian maxwell 2 yıl önce
Hello Carl, I have a place very similar to yours, near Confolens Haute Vienne. I must say your videos are an enormous help in understanding the work and principles going into the projects. To a lay person like me, employing artisans, it is brilliant the way you explain the work (and edit the videos). I have an identical small barn earth floor, and about to be excavated and floor laid. I now feel I can talk to the wonderful builders without sounding like an idiot. Many thanks for your YT videos, well done.
seanandkatr 2 yıl önce
You are the most careful measurer I have ever seen. It is so cool to see such meticulousness turn lumps of oak into such a bright, smooth, strong door that looks like it could last 100 years! Awesome stuff!
Margie Steininger
Margie Steininger 11 aylar önce
you and your dad do quality work. it is a pleasure to watch you do it. love it when people take pride in their work.
Pebbles The Cat
Pebbles The Cat 3 yıl önce
That door is so beautiful. There is something about using old wood in an old building that gives the place character that you just cannot get from new wood. A lovely piece of carpentry that you should be proud to have made from scratch.
Calango Calango
Calango Calango 10 aylar önce
Uau 😮 que trabalho lindo dessa 🚪 👍👏👏👏👏
Ben Salisbury
Ben Salisbury 2 yıl önce
Surprised I haven't come across your channel sooner! Loved the craftsmanship and the camera work in this. It gives me hope, as carpenter in London that there is still quality craftsmanship around! Definitely worth following!
Eduardo Radinz Marquardt
Eduardo Radinz Marquardt Yıl önce
Um artista 👏🏻👏🏻
Leonard Hirtle
Leonard Hirtle Yıl önce
You never cease to amaze me. Your work is flawless and beautiful
John Ullmann
John Ullmann Yıl önce
Such expertise and patient application in a person as young as you, Carl, is extraordinary! Your professional ethic gives me hope for the future. Please keep posting these videos for others to see what it takes, and what one gets back, even from a humble sh*t house door! (I would have liked to have seen a small flat iron kickplate at the foot with a coat hook on the back. You should emboss all your work with a small "CR" logo, comme il faut, it's that good!)
julian bonilla
julian bonilla 2 yıl önce
Un trabajo espectacular!
Gma Mose
Gma Mose 9 aylar önce
Yay! Another episode of the farm rebuild chronicles! Keep up the good work!
Horacio Montelongo Ponce
Horacio Montelongo Ponce 2 yıl önce
Que bonito trabajo! Chulada de puerta!
Rex Lex
Rex Lex 2 yıl önce
Recently found your channel. Your woodworking skills are amazing!
Stephen Reed
Stephen Reed 3 yıl önce
It was a pleasure to watch this door come to life. Bravo!
Stephen Hughes
Stephen Hughes 2 yıl önce
Don't know how I stumbled across your page, but such a calming video to watch an unfold. Absolute quality work !!
Mary Manchester
Mary Manchester Yıl önce
It’s beautiful you do beautiful work people would love a solid wood door like that I know I would. Be proud of your awesome work!
felipe barbosa
felipe barbosa 2 yıl önce
This is pure ART!
Max Beck
Max Beck Yıl önce
Like most, I really enjoy your videos. The two doors you have made are amazing. I also really liked the finish that you have put on the walls inside and outside of the bathroom. Can you give me a quick insight into what you used to create the finish and how you decided on the design of the cross struts? Really like tha natural rustic look/feel.
Kings’ Outdoor Life
Kings’ Outdoor Life 3 yıl önce
Nice work. This is on my to-do list for my office desk!!!
Kailand Yıl önce
Carl, awesome up cycling of antique oak timber - you have an awesome skill set!
Kit Michas
Kit Michas Yıl önce
Also a huge fan particularly the level of care you take thinking through you design as well as the execution. I'm also a huge fan of the music as it drives the narrative so continue to use where appropriate. Thank you.
Fred Drummond
Fred Drummond 3 yıl önce
I think using the old oak was a great idea. And the knots give it character. Wonderful job
Carlos de Arriba Castro
Carlos de Arriba Castro 3 yıl önce
un trabajo bien hecho, me encanta ese arte rústico que le das a la puerta, genial y espectacular
Jeff Anderson
Jeff Anderson 2 yıl önce
Beautiful transition from the old roof beam.
Elsa Sofia Lopez Tejada
Elsa Sofia Lopez Tejada 2 yıl önce
Que trabajo tan espectacular!!!
Gabriel Delanne
Gabriel Delanne Yıl önce
Lindo trabalho. Parabéns
Ronnie Åhman
Ronnie Åhman 3 yıl önce
What a fantastic looking door. Really loved the video, thanks for sharing
Josip Subašić
Josip Subašić 2 yıl önce
This is worth subscribing for! Looking forward to see new projects.
Patricia Bockenstette
Patricia Bockenstette 2 yıl önce
What a beautiful door! Reusing old wood gives the door more character using your masterful skills. Thanks for sharing and stay safe.
Deckie Deckie
Deckie Deckie 2 yıl önce
Love it!!.....Magistral en su simpleza!!
bunkerworks Yıl önce
Very impressive work on that oak door. It looks really wonderfull. I also use glue and sawdust at my projects to fill gaps in our 190 year old cottage , as I try to use as much as I can from the old logs stored in my barn. I was lucky to find them 2 years ago from an ruined 300 year old house 30 kilometers away.
Samuel Bertanha
Samuel Bertanha 2 yıl önce
Belíssimo trabalho.
Andrew Mullen
Andrew Mullen Yıl önce
What a beautiful door, good job.
Paul Morris
Paul Morris 2 yıl önce
Mad respect! I don't think that I'd have the patience to do that door! I also have a battery-operated DeWalt
Richard Hudson
Richard Hudson Yıl önce
Carl, nice oak door, I made a similar one for our local church, I used all the old metal furniture and treated it with weatherproofing and lots of oil as it was for the top of the tower, so one side always to the elements, had to haul it up the outside of the tower as it would not fit around the internal spiral staircase!
Peter Walton
Peter Walton 2 yıl önce
As someone has already said ‘that oak door is not humble’. It is beautiful 👏👏👏
Olga Paulus
Olga Paulus Yıl önce
Beautiful door. Very solid! Thanks for sharing.
J Wind
J Wind Yıl önce
detail precition, staying true to the original, I love your work
Nigel Weaving
Nigel Weaving 3 yıl önce
What an achievement! Scrap to a thing of beauty. Great to watch.
David Love
David Love 2 yıl önce
Great craftsmanship and seeing something from what others would burn. I have built a few table tops like this and the first one I glued the tongue on like you did and it cracked. Learned later from a master that the tongue just keeps it straight and dowels driven through each plank are what holds it in place
Andre Ricardo Antunes
Andre Ricardo Antunes 3 yıl önce
Excelente trabalho! Parabéns!
Андрей Никитенко
Андрей Никитенко 3 yıl önce
For an oak door, it is good to install hinges and a lock forged by a blacksmith. The same design was on the doors in the house of my business in the Urals. But those doors are over a hundred years old. Great job, man.
Dennis DeGiorgio
Dennis DeGiorgio Yıl önce
That door is so beautiful. Just beautiful
keith young
keith young Yıl önce
Phenomenal stuff Carl... Gagging for more content! Don't leave us hanging mate. : )
Marvelwood Devon
Marvelwood Devon Yıl önce
You and your Dad really are superb craftsman, I really enjoy your work and videos. I am a woodworking hobbiest and are about to restore a farmhouse in Devon. Would you be willing to share where you sourced your iron hardware from? Thank you for all the inspiration.
M A Neuschwander
M A Neuschwander 3 yıl önce
Beautiful! Love the Hardware you put on the door! Stunning!
Manuel Calvillo
Manuel Calvillo 3 yıl önce
Great work and project! The hardware was perfect on that door as well.
Brian Cunningham
Brian Cunningham 2 yıl önce
Nice work, Carl. I very much enjoy your videos.
Huw Tindall
Huw Tindall 2 yıl önce
This is almost like ASMR. So relaxing!
Steve Turpin
Steve Turpin Yıl önce
That loose shirt around the saw gives me the shivers! Lovely work and choice workshop!
Colin Hingston
Colin Hingston 2 yıl önce
That is not a Humble Oak Door. That is a master piece!
Sammy Jo
Sammy Jo Yıl önce
The door is beautiful! I would never replace it should the thought cross your mind. I love the knots in the wood.
Aldrin Basa
Aldrin Basa 2 yıl önce
Love the craftsmanship 👌🏽 Very nice
Avia Salter
Avia Salter 10 aylar önce
Now who'd have thought there was a beautiful bathroom door hiding in that rough old purlin? Good job!
psi23k 2 yıl önce
Looks fantastic. Great work 👌
Rusty Recovery
Rusty Recovery Yıl önce
Simple yet so effective. Great work.
ДУШАН ВУКОВИЋ 2 yıl önce
Браво мајсторе!
shake jones
shake jones Yıl önce
great video and craftsmanship mate! well done - not a door, an art piece!
Piotr Kurkiewicz
Piotr Kurkiewicz 2 yıl önce
Tony Lavinder
Tony Lavinder 2 yıl önce
I can watch this all day long. You are doing things I want to do
Tannhauser111 3 yıl önce
Klasse Arbeit. Ich bin wirklich beeindruckt. Viel Spaß weiterhin!
Mischa Turner
Mischa Turner 2 yıl önce
Like the vibe and your shop is fresh and spacious. Great project
Boozoo Chavis
Boozoo Chavis 2 yıl önce
Thanks for posting this video! It seems a shame, especially with the rustic hardware to fill the knots and sand wood surfaces to such a shiny new surface. It might have looked very cool with a more rustic treatment, but I like funky old log cabins too though. Keep up the good work - and stay safe.
Garulus Glandarius
Garulus Glandarius Yıl önce
A lot of work but really worth it for that beautiful door, it’ll outlive me . Subscribed 👍
Vladimir Lobanov
Vladimir Lobanov 2 yıl önce
Только через ошибки приходит мастерство .Молодцы парни .
Edwin Ghysebrechts
Edwin Ghysebrechts 5 aylar önce
When you glue breadboards, only use glue in the middle portion to allow for expansion/contraction of the longgrain boards. Otherwise you might get cracks at the seams. You can use pins too if you widen the holes on the tenons. Looks beautiful, lots of character in that oak!
UK Tony
UK Tony 3 yıl önce
Fantastic effort. It really was turning a pigs ear into a silk purse. The door is outstanding.
Ratana shifu
Ratana shifu 2 yıl önce
He even added a"cliquette". My professor French found it in Proust's "a la recherche du temps perdu". He didn't know what and thereby lost the entire atmosphere of the passage. A cliquette is the metal strip that can move round and round and with which you close a door or a window shutter.
MegaWeagle 2 yıl önce
Loved within tolerance 😂 as a beginner woodworker this is something I’m having to come to grip with, nothing is perfect and not starting or finishing because it’s not is my problem not the projects.
S S 2 yıl önce
Great to watch and an amazing job!
rajni kanth
rajni kanth 2 yıl önce
Marvelous job... very good use of those sophisticated tools...
m & m
m & m 2 yıl önce
Very nice work I must say. I was thinking if you know how that wall was made out (from what kind of materials), specially the outer layer (white layer from the outside). Thanks & will wait more!!
Viv Diwakar
Viv Diwakar 2 yıl önce
Mate, you are talented!!!! Love the workmanship and attention to quality. Learned so much watching this
george fulk
george fulk Yıl önce
What a beautiful use of old wood.
Gasgiant 4 aylar önce
Very nice door. I like "breadboard" edges, that Aldi router can't be bad clean cutting hardwood 👍 great videos thanks
Stuart Rich
Stuart Rich 3 yıl önce
Fantastic work, it just goes to show what can be created with the knowhow and tools, top job.
carlrogers 3 yıl önce
Glad you like it!
bengt_axle 2 yıl önce
Not a waste of time to reuse the oak from the roof because this will be known as the "Covid-19 lock down" door. It has a great story behind it and is in a very good place, because the owner will see it every day, knowing that the (historic?) materials in the house have been repurposed. The final result is exquisite. Hoping there's a video for the rest of the renos.
Cliff Waijenberg
Cliff Waijenberg 3 yıl önce
Beautiful work! Thanks!!
RitchandSJ 2 yıl önce
Fantastic job, you should be so proud of that 👍
Verónica RaR
Verónica RaR 11 aylar önce
Hi, I love the door, your work and your tools 🛠
Huis in Frankrijk Grury villaire
Huis in Frankrijk Grury villaire 3 yıl önce
You are a real wood master. I liked your roof project.
carlrogers 3 yıl önce
Thank you! Cheers!
Mad Greek Outdoors
Mad Greek Outdoors 2 yıl önce
For a young man your quite talented, keep up the good work !
Theo FarmManager
Theo FarmManager Yıl önce
First video of yours that I have come across. I’m a woodworker of 45 plus years experience - as a serious hobby and sometime business. Lovely work. There are many ways to do something right and a few ways to do it wrong. These are therefore observations and not criticisms in any way - I use a lot of European oak sleepers to produce both country and fine furniture. It’s a lot of work in preparation but I have found that I get as good a quality timber as I do when I buy “premium”. Now retired, that extra prep time is not an issue. - the hardness of the sleepers varies but is generally harder than timber yard stuff. More prep time but more durable product? - I have to get help - human and/or rollers - to handle the long lengths. Bloody heavy. - I either cut my sleepers on the band saw or table saw. Sometimes it is so hard that I have to cut the width down and then glue back in order to avoid stress on the machines. When reglued, you really can’t see the join - personally, I don’t like those resin table where it’s 50/50 resin and timber. I made a few for customers but that’s business. However, using smaller amounts of resin do mean that there is less waste. For instance, I would not have cut off the knots but dug them out and put in resin. Observation, not criticism - timber movement due to changes in weather does not seem to happen in the UK anywhere near as much as in the USA. However, I would be fearful in completely glueing on a breadboard edge on a door for a bathroom, fearing that the greater amount of moisture one side would cause warping (hence breadboard ends) but also splitting (no room for the verticals to move). Just me being over cautious and if your way works, please tell me and I can be more flexible in making my doors! As I say, my first video of yours but, notwithstanding that we are nearing the end of a large barn conversion (modern barn but balanced by a lot of my product in oak, chestnut, plane, cherry and some Australian timbers bought back with me). So, I will be subscribing and watching your library. Great stuff.
J Bickel
J Bickel 11 aylar önce
Especially agree with not gluing the full length of the bread board.
Peter Stokes
Peter Stokes Yıl önce
Excellent work. Love working with oak
Kiran Bhat Woodworking
Kiran Bhat Woodworking 3 yıl önce
Your workshop is charming!
Andrew 2 yıl önce
Looks great how many hours did it take to complete
Terry Stephens
Terry Stephens Yıl önce
A simple design made with beautiful oak, can’t be bettered. 😃👌👌👏👏👏🇦🇺
Paul McGuinness
Paul McGuinness 3 yıl önce
Excellent work - You and your Dad are true craftsmen, and I'm learning so many new ideas and skills from watching you both. My dream is to get a 'fixer-upper' in Italy, so maybe one day I'll be posting videos like this :-)
Ignacio 2 yıl önce
Love watching your channel. So uniquely different. Thank you.
carlrogers 2 yıl önce
Glad you enjoy it!
moises ortega
moises ortega 2 yıl önce
New subscriber Love your wood work,
Adams Woodworking and Restorations
Adams Woodworking and Restorations 2 yıl önce
First of all, amazing job on that door and everything else you’ve done so far at this place. So I had questions, not a judgment as you have your reasons and I’m no expert but why did you only sand to 180 grit and not higher? Also I did not see you use any oil or sealant. Not that it is always required, but is there a specific reason you didn’t? I can’t wait for more videos if you got em. Keep it up man!
Steven Roe
Steven Roe 3 yıl önce
Nice work!! Can I ask what size your circular saw is?
LifeOnTheFlipSide 2 yıl önce
Hi Chap you are doing some lovely work with fairly basic tools. Re your gap filling. try to mix sawdust (from the same timber) with the finish you intend to apply to the completed item. glues and wood fillers do not take finish very well. where as filler made from a finish product blends in and disappears. this won't work on nots and structural joins, but for minor gaps its magic. Hope this helps. take care D
Евгений Стрекаловский
Евгений Стрекаловский 2 yıl önce
Классно! Трудоемко конечно, но оно того стоит.
Adam Szczepanski
Adam Szczepanski 2 yıl önce
Amazing work and door !!! Reallly beautifull door, i would love to have it at home...
Lazio 3 yıl önce
Absolutely beautiful, loved the music too!
Santos 3 yıl önce
great channel, Love their projects
sick of liberals
sick of liberals 2 yıl önce
I'm a bricklayer but I still know quality wood work when I see and I just saw it👍👍👍
Will Feasey
Will Feasey 3 yıl önce
Lovely work. Good to know it's not just my makita belt sander that blows its dust bag off without some optional extras.
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