Here's my dilemma...30+ years ago my dad built their home, and made tongue and groove knotty pine kitchen cabinetry. Beautiful! Very rustic, which is what they wanted.
Fast forward to now, dad's been gone over ten years, and mom heads south in the winter. The house dries out in her absence and the doors won't stay shut. She returns after a couple of months, cranks up the humidifier and things even out with the doors.
This year things seem a little different when she returns, and she's resorted to removing the doors and had some different doors made that aren't working out. (long story, don't ask)
She saved the original doors - but can WE save them and straighten them out, or do we cut our losses and have new doors made to match?
Thanks for any advice you can offer!