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Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Suburban Shingle
Ideabooks360
Questions0
One side window looks like part of the door.
Great door/window...incredible back door/mudroom area.
“Mud room” — mkinzig
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Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Seaside Refresher
Ideabooks174
Questions0
side door...front door...Door canopy
“Portico” — jenhamilton
HomeStory of Orange County
1 Review
Glass & French Doors Gallery
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Glass & French Doors Gallery...9-Lite Decorative Glass Interior Door...Entrance door
“Entrance door” — jasongrogers
Daniel Contelmo Architects
28 Reviews
Classic Informality
Ideabooks491
Questions3
I like the French doors & hardware.
Door trim, its a bit big but I like the round
“archway” — psa0914
Diversified Design Associates Architects, P.C.
2 Reviews
Centerport Residence
Ideabooks197
Questions2
Garage doors ( curved). Not necessarily the wood color).
Garage doors...garage door, pavers, concrete steps
“couleur et portes” — gripette1
Reynolds Architecture- Design & Construction
12 Reviews
A Private Residence
Ideabooks96
Questions1
The light fixture.front door.and wall color and moldings.
Trim and door...Black door/white trim
“Railing” — Jenny Schuette Kabbes
Renaissance Windows & Doors
3 Reviews
JELD WEN Aurora Custom Fiberglass Doors
Ideabooks3
Questions0
JELD WEN Aurora Custom Fiberglass Doors
JELD-WEN Windows & Doors
Modern Entry
Ideabooks951
Questions2
The type of wood is santos mahogany. I am not sure where you are located, but many wood flooring companies
Philippine mahogany both somewhat resemble mahogany but are merely labeled as such by those wanting the prestige of the mahogany name. Santos mahogany is frequently
Santos mahogany and Philippine mahogany both somewhat resemble mahogany but are merely labeled as such by those wanting the prestige of the mahogany name
Santos mahogany and Philippine mahogany both somewhat resemble mahogany but are merely labeled as such by those wanting the prestige of the mahogany name
name. Santos mahogany is frequently used as a flooring material due to its extreme toughness. Philippine mahogany is often turned into plywood, known as
“hand rail” — Jennifer Erickson
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