hollow-core door

hollow-core door

A wood flush door having a framework of stiles and rails encasing a honeycombed core of corrugated fiberboard or a grid of interlocking horizontal and vertical wood strips. See also: Dutch door

hollow-core door

A flush door of hollow-core construction.
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Comprising industrial floor covering, a hollow-core door, fiberboard, a garbage bag, vinyl, and plywood, the works on view exhumed the specter of lessness in the best possible sense.
It does not take a rocket scientist to grasp the value of a steel door over a wood or hollow-core door.
Turn a sawhorse and hollow-core door into a metal-finished desk using metallic spray paint and acrylic varnish.
The top is a birch hollow-core door with a flat surface.
When we used that "shotgun" house as an office with no air conditioning and an often leaky roof; a hollow-core door on two, two-drawer file cabinets for a desk, we did not quit.
They are cavity dwellers, often establishing nests in the space between a double wall of a building, in hollow trees, or even in a hollow-core door.
In one untitled work, he covered the back of a hollow-core door with a crude mosaic of carpet scraps and tape-wrapped pieces of cardboard.
Ron Spear, a detective with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, advocates simulating a safe room by replacing a hollow-core door with a solid-core door and a deadbolt.
Custom Carved doors are developed with a core that provides exceptional sound reduction benefits, providing up to 50 percent more sound reduction when compared to a flush, hollow-core door.
The QuietZone Acoustic Door system provides up to a 50 percent reduction in sound transmission through a typical residential doorway when compared to typical hollow-core door installations.
A 32- by 80-inch paint-grade hollow-core door for tabletop, about $25.
Steiner made his cabinet's 1-by-4 frame to match a generous 36- by 80-inch hollow-core door.