Would you love to have a screen door on your home? But when you want to purchase one, they can be pretty costly. Not everyone wants to spend that kind of money on something that would be nice to have but isn’t really a necessity. I built this farmhouse style door for our back porch overhaul using simple pocket hole joinery for a quick and sturdy assembly. Follow along to see how you can tackle this easy weekend project!
The trouble was the door opening was not a standard size. In fact, I’m not even sure where you would find a door this size. It’s tiny! It’s like someone took a regular door and shrunk it. I’m willing to bet your door opening is not the same size as Linda’s tiny door, so here’s how I would adjust this plan to fit your door opening. This will allow 1/8″ clearance on either side of the door. Then adjust the measurements of the plan to correspond with measurements of your door opening.
Are you ready to open your door and let some fresh air in? Oh, you can’t because your screen door is busted? Oh, you never had a screen door? No worries, I got you covered! Today I’m showing you how to make a customizable, sturdy, easy to build DIY wood screen door, so you can let some fresh air in and keep the bugs out!