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Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
1 Review
Hillside Farmhouse
running perpendicularly to the main house, forms a courtyard at the front door. Cars driving in are welcomed by the wide front portico and interlocking
the position of the doors. spring and fall would be nice to open doors like that
Front door open to back door...nice front door in porch...Front door...front door to back door...through front door and back...entrance door...Back door out to yard
“entrance” — khalid binmoammar
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Lake Flato Architects
Hog Pen Creek Residence
Love the windows and lift and slide door! Materials used and company?
dynamic windows and doors. clear Alaskan yellow cedar. no muntins. no bull nose. no trim
THESE windows/doors are the look I want!
Interesting barn door/TV door. No more competing focal point
Glass doors lead from the living area to a lakeside patio and to the two-story screened-in porch to the left. The low wall holds the fireplace and a
Barn door treatment on TV alcove
“fireplace” — rdlk
LDa Architecture & Interiors
9 Reviews
Historic Victorian Breakfast Area
move back door a little for a table?
Dining table in front of French doors
table in front of French doors?...look of doors...French doors...French door...of French doors...door to deck...Back door
“dining table” — lynns14
Peter Vincent Architects
1 Review
Kailua Oceanfront Courtyard Residence
What sliding pocketed doors were used to separate inside & outside?
Sliding doors where glass patio doors are
pocketing doors and flush floor transitions
Fold back doors...Doors and floors...Color of woodwork & door...Living room, lanai, doors...sliding door...Entrance door with steps...Love the door...The doors
“Everything!” — tropical01
Elevation Architects
5 Reviews
Alicia Way
I like that the doors go right...with a folding door...Doors, window placement...Window door...Folding doors with little...Folding doors...Bifold doors
“Janelas no alto” — jrvl1976
Norris Architecture
3 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
Can you please tell us who makes those door?
would you use retractable screens with these lovely french doors?
The doors any millwork can do, but with such large transoms, what company did that
screen door to match.. Well i guess I should clarify... If you have inswing doorss, a fench screen door is perfect, if you have outswing doors, than you
the transoms are just typical windows stacked on top of the doors.
What is the width of each French door?...Total 5 feet so each door leaf is 2'-6"
“Pillows” — dludwin
7 Reviews
Chalet Interiors
where can I get a shower door like this one?
I need a 24 3/4 " wide frame less door that mounts like this one.
shower door made by custom glass company
A clear glass shower door shows off more marble and limestone inlay inside the stall. The home has tankless water heaters that can keep up with the large
tile on saddle and door jam...hooks...Walk in shower would need opaque door
“Shower” — jumby1
Crisp Architects
52 Reviews
Lake House
The front door is custom but can you tell me a little more about it?
? Are the side lites and transom made from windows or glazed directly to door frame material? It seems to be a struggle to find something like this where
This is a custom made 2" thick solid Mahogany door with sidelights. The door was made as a unit by a local craftsman. The sidelights and transom have
shipped to the site. If you are looking for something similar Tru Stile .../ door company could make and ship something similar. If you are local to the Hudson
Thanks for your interest! The door was custom.
overhang would look nice over basement door
Rood and detail over door. Door size is what I'll be working with
Where is the front door from?...garage doors - with x motif
“Covered doorway” — Dallas Hanson
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