Thanks for the note, my father-in-law makes these sorts of things (kitchen pot hangers mostly) in similar designs. I think he may be up for it. So they create a tiny little porch area inside the door? I'll wait for pics no worries... we are currently just trying to band-aid our way through the very limited time/resources so this will be a while off... still though... I'm saving all these pics for reference. Our closet butts right up against the door so I'm thinking one of these pieces would fit snug against it.
Looks like it would also be handy to hang things from.
While cleaning my tail lights
the metal pieces that hold the light
bulbs disintegrated.... so I'm off to princess auto to see about some replacements. <Grin> Maybe they will also have an exterior light
. Our paint
job so far is craptastic but it's better than the house paint and will hopefully cover up some flaws until we are ready to get serious with the epoxy. I'll post pics of our temporary finishes in the next week or so.
I am with you on the .mdf. That bluwood stuff looks awesome though.
Here's those pictures I promised of the door bracing.
I'll post pictures of them mounted in the trailer when we get it put back together.
And just a guess but I bet they're a lot stronger than MDF board which in my opinion is the worst building material out there.
You can probably see from the shape of them they match the contour of the trailer doorway and one fits on either side of the doorway, they have about 20 screws when they're installed holding them to the trailer. the effect is they pull the doorway into it's shape and they are very rigid and strong.
I'm quite sure you can make something similar or have something made for you.