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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I drilled several holes in the side edges of the hollow-core door to the laundry room.
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. Do not overlook the reinforcement of doors on the interior of your home as they may serve as your last barrier of defense against an intruder who is already inside the home.
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. They also like rotting wood, he said.
Mild panic fueled a couple of karate kicks that broke that hollow-core door into splinters.
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.
An old hollow-core door isn't trash; it's the perfect portable worktable.
Roll up some bills and keep them there." Editor's Note: If you want to do this trick on a hollow-core door, you have to stick close to the outside edges.
* 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. (You can scale a cabinet to match your wardrobe.) He notched 3 1/4-inch-wide strips of 1/4-inch plywood halfway through at 3 1/4-inch intervals, then interlocked them in cross-lap joints to form cubicles.