Thanks guys. Eric built those with the liner that supports the lid and I had never seen that done before and wanted to try it. Sil is having a bizarre at her church this weekend and built her several, but this is the only one of this style.
It's just a pattern on the stools around the island
Very nice. Any lessons learned about choice of wood, joinery, paint/finish?
I basically followed the original photo of Mike Pecovichs' doors. The nice part is the insulation factor of the door, the not so nice part is the big thick heavy slab the door becomes. Handling the doors alone can prove to be a real pita.
In the future, I would use a stave core instead for stability. On a door this thick, if you have any unwanted movement after assembly it would be rather difficult to reverse.