Real Carriage Doors
Real Carriage Doors
Barn Door Hardware
Real Barn Door Kits

800-694-5977
info@realcarriage.com

About Us

Our Craftsmen

Real Carriage Door Craftsmen

Real Carriage Door Company offers a throwback to the craftsman era of quality and attention to detail. With solid wood construction and mortise and tenon joinery, our craftsmen take great pride in each door they build. Step by step, they painstakingly put forth the time, energy and personal attention each door deserves. Meticulous and steadfast, they are unwavering in the quality of the doors they build.

Our Shop

The Real Carriage Door Company ShopRooted firmly in the Northwest tradition, Real Carriage Door Company is located in Washington State on Puget Sound. From our 16,000 square foot facility we handcraft and ship beautiful wood doors to our customers all over the United States and Canada. The Real Carriage Door Family feels privileged to design and build right here in scenic Gig Harbor. Plus, it's where the wood is. Whether fine-grained Douglas Fir or beautiful Cedar, the Pacific Northwest has some of the best wood in quality and beauty in the whole world.

Our History

Real Carriage Door Company is in the business of crafting fine wooden carriage garage doors in the style, tradition, and function of original carriage house doors. In fact, we are leading a renaissance in the carriage door business with our real swing-out carriage doors. We strive to continue innovating new designs and applications, while also improving the quality of our Real Carriage Doors.

Don Rees, builder/designer has been building authentic one-of-a-kind homes since 1976. His projects often incorporate his own wood doors. We found a market for handcrafted doors because they stand above standard garage doors in their quality, unique design and operation.

What our customers say about us:

We love the doors. They are working out very well on a day to day basis and everyone who sees them comments on how great they are.

- Josh, North Bend, Washington (WA)

See more quotes »