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Merry Christmas

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Russell Millworks. Please have a save holiday weekend!  

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Let the sunshine in!

Let the sunshine in! With all the sunshine we have had lately, this is the way to enjoy it! This large sapele front entry door unit for a private residence will let ample sunshine in, while keeping the heat efficiently

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Open doors!

Isn’t that the truth? There are open doors everywhere and we wait in front of the closed ones? If you need a new door to open … look no further. We can provide you with a beautiful, custom door just

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Barn doors are “all the rage”!

Lately we see barn doors everywhere. They add a rustic look to your house and look great, no matter if your style is contemporary or conservative. This beautiful barn door is made from knotty alder and comes with barn door

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All Maple!

Here’s one of our latest pieces: All maple custom residential door unit with elliptical head and custom double-beveled glass. That’s a nice door to open every day!

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Bigger is better!

We at Russell Millworks think bigger IS better. This double-hung 10 foot Sapele door for a residential home in Birmingham, AL is a small (no … a BIG) masterpiece and as you can see … our builder is proud to

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Spiderweb Sash

This is a true radius TDL IG spiderweb sash. True radius – because it’s a true half circle. TDL stands for “true divided light” which indicates┬áthe glass is REALLY divided (not just pieces of wood clued on one piece of

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It’s all in the detail! Craftsmanship at its finest!

A little while ago we received the request to redo the door on the right, since the glass broke. The new door (on the left) will fit perfectly in the old doorway and it’s a perfect example of custom craftsmanship

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