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Rogan Allen Builders LLC
Living Areas
Ideabooks9,606
Questions10
These doors are beautiful...where are they from?
Love the leaded glass with my traditional tudor. Do you have a photo of the outside of the door?
Look at the website Doors by Decora they are custom made and beautiful. Fabulous company to work with.
pattern in the glass. If you are looking for a similar style that features the diamond glass we carry a variety of doors that may fit the bill. ...
doors for home is the door company
4 12" tiles w/ wood slats
patterns on front door maybe in a frosted glass
“floor” — amypt
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APD Interiors
3 Reviews
Islington Glass box extension
Ideabooks1,827
Questions2
glass wall and doors with old stone
Glass doors to garden like the simple black frames
Great open plan living. Glass doors letting in
Glass doors leading to garden/patio area
windows and doors in kitchen
Bump glass doors to deck
doors and drain on fLOOR
Ext doors...Great door...Sunroom doors...2 of 4...glass doors...Glass door...glass patio doors
“glass extension at back of house” — Kirstie Mcmanus
SAVOIE Architecture
brengle exterior
Ideabooks4,264
Questions4
Was this made from screened door?
Where did you buy the screened doors
What brand/color windows are used on this home? Looks great!
joanpetersonmoore, how did you frame the doors ...did you use H-channels between the doors and U-channels at the top and bottom?
screen doors enclose the porch; unscreened area at same level; and varied roof lines create interest
using screen doors to enclose the porch
screen doors used to screen porch
screen doors from Lowes/HD used as screens
the use of screen doors to enclose the porch
novel idea with the screen doors
using the screened doors as the panels!
“Angles” — rbabe33
Design Works Architecture
4 Reviews
timbered porches
Ideabooks35,324
Questions13
On the portico entry what size are the posts and carry beams? I would guess 10"x10" on the posts and 4"x6" on the carry beams.
What color is the blue paint on this home?
It is 3/4" cedar siding with a solid body stain. The owners had their own painters create this color and it is not available to us.
The stone in this photo is a 4" stone veneer that has a foundation below it. The stone is not a cultured product, it is real stone. If there are any other questions please contact us at 585.383.4030.
This is not Hardie Panel. The siding is 3/4" ceder with a solid body stain. Sorry for
As the architectural firm we specified Marvin windows but with custom homes the Owner may have changed the manufacturer and the contractor would install accordingly.
“Like posts” — Sheila Sanders
Design First Interiors
23 Reviews
A Passion for Wine
Ideabooks22,333
Questions11
What is the manufacture of the glass doors?
did you make the door above? Does it come in a height of 11'4" approx.?
The racks inside the glass enclosure appear to be VintageView in the platinum nickle finish which we do carry at WineRacks.com with free shipping. They're on the floor to ceiling mount which
find at WineRacks.com: ... Those are on a floor to ceiling frame with a presentation rack in the middle but you can also mount them directly to the wall. We offer free design services if you would like: ...
@JamieHarris You may be speaking to the person above who made this door, but we can make similar
similar doors however we typically make them at 96" tall at most and put a transom above it. The rest of the area can have glass surrounding it to have a completely clear enclosed wine room. Click through to visit our website, click on Design Request (or speak to our Live Chat Helpers) and submit your
“How wine is displayed,” — Raquel Veliz-Vice
Johnson Squared Architecture + Planning
Cala Woods Residence and Studio
Ideabooks20,380
Questions12
Would you by any chance know the type of windows and doors used for this home?
interest. We used Eagle Windows and Doors for this project. They feature an aluminum clad exterior with wood interior. We kerfed all the frames for a minimal look with no interior trim. I believe they have since been bought by Andersen Windows, but Eagle Doors and Windows can be found here: ... Good
plywood and 1X3 battens: roseburg.com
deck out front door. rocks divide 613 & 615
Part of garage? Doors, outdoor deck.
barn door shutter on second level
i like the color of the home and peacefulness of the backyard
“Love the black color” — Amber
Eric Aust Architect
10 Reviews
Peninsula Point Residence
Ideabooks4,219
Questions6
Where are the patio doors from?
the Dunn Edwards Black paint on door, in gloss as well?
The patio doors were provided by Sierra Pacific
i like the dark doors with the light house.
Door color- Dunn Edwards black- high gloss
Love the black doors and fire pit
dark roof white cladding - black doors
Black door black trim
white and black doors stairs
outdoor doors white trim
White House, black door
White and black doors
Doors and black trim
Black doors...Deck 4...back doors...Doors, black trim...Black back doors...Door pero en blanco...front door...dark door...patio doors...Black painted door...black front door...front door
“front door” — Chloe' Waugh
clark kitchens and construction
5 Reviews
Venice Walk Street house
Ideabooks1,050
Questions2
appliance door is also open. This applies to your cabinets as well — make sure you can open all of your cabinet doors and drawers without their running into one another. It's tough to avoid this with corner cabinets, but all other cabinets should open freely without banging into another door or a drawer
appliance door is also open. This applies to your cabinets as well — make sure you can open all of your cabinet doors and drawers without their running into one another. It's tough to avoid this with corner cabinets, but all other cabinets should open freely without banging into another door or a drawer
4. Pay attention to appliance and cabinetry clearances. While your goal should be to arrange your appliances into efficient work zones, watch for any awkward adjacencies. Avoid placing major appliances directly opposite each other, as this can create a traffic jam if both appliances are being used s
“wine refer” — Mod Construction LLC
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