Vintage wooden doors are available from architectural salvage centers and antique stores. New doors built to vintage specifications are available from carpenters and specialty retailers.
Olde Good Things is an example of an antiques retailer that sells vintage doors. It operates stores in New York, California, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Texas. In addition to vintage doors, Olde Good Things also offers mirrors, lighting and antique furniture.
Old Wood Workshop in Pomfret Center, Connecticut, is an architectural salvage center that sells vintage doors. It also sells vintage flooring, tabletops, fireplace mantels and other salvaged pieces. Old Wood Workshop suggests making an appointment before visiting.
YesterYear's Vintage Doors is a specialty retailer located in Hammond, New York. This company creates handcrafted doors in vintage styles on a custom basis; buyers submit proposals and approve a finished design before the door is built.