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Sroka Design, Inc.
Family Room
Ideabooks2,752
Questions2
Beautiful draperies. Great option for covering french doors
ceiling french doors
Curtains over french
French door drapes...Design on curtain...Curtains design...Curtain design...french doors...Sroka Design, Inc.
“Lindsay” — mal1liv2tor3
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Highland Homes, Inc.
1 Review
Private Courtyard
Ideabooks5,358
Questions5
open French doors w/transoms bring outside in and connect the 2 spaces well
Outdoor fireplace design
french doors to open
inexpensive French doors
area and French doors
Great design...Fireplace design
“Great patio” — cleo49
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
Palmetto Bluff - Private Residence
Ideabooks45,706
Questions17
McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
This design is known by some as a "Warner", and cost thousands of dollars when purchased through a traditional retailer. We can replicate this design for a fraction of the price, while still providing you a quality built, and custom looking, headboard and bed combo. We are AMP Upholstery Inc., and
Angersteins Design Center. 302.996.3500. We have 2 with a different shade in the showroom.
French door color and hardwood floor color
“Shut out light” — jerridavison
Adeeni Design Group
10 Reviews
Breakfast Room & Kitchen
Ideabooks10,462
Questions17
custom-designed. They can be ordered through us.
Bentley Design a call and they can build the piece for you. You can reach them at 727-631-2882.
French country colors have a gentleness about them that translates to instant comfort. Whites are warm, not stark; think cream, ecru, ivory. Other colors pull directly from the landscape: dusty sages and lavenders, sunny yellows and sky blues, peony pinks and brick reds. New-world chic: Essentially”
pastel, French country colors have a gentleness about them that translates to instant comfort. Whites are warm, not stark; think cream, ecru, ivory. Other colors pull directly from the landscape: dusty sages and lavenders, sunny yellows and sky blues, peony pinks and brick reds. New-world chic: Essentially
“oooo-la-la! how to make kitchen bigger without feeling boxed in!” — ska451
Siobhan Loates Design
Siobhan Loates Design
Ideabooks3,195
Questions8
french doors in dining area skylights
skylight design. Exactly what we love!!!
I wish we had this leafy green view out our french doors.
for a French door or sliding glass doors, and you may soon find yourself with a new favorite spot for your morning coffee.Tell us: What kind of start do you crave in the morning — slow and peaceful, energizing or social?
“Chairs” — dianad
Wellborn Inc.
3 Reviews
6231 Lomo Alto Drive University Park, TX
Ideabooks8,727
Questions14
house was designed in-house by ourselves, so the plan is copyrighted. That said, it lays out as follows: 1st Floor: Kitchen, Family, Living, Dining, Powder 2nd Floor: Master bed & bath; 3 guest rooms, 3 full baths, laundry 3rd Floor: Media room, Full Bath
interesting design, make it a smaller scale and not symmetrical...hmmm
French Doors across front of house
“smuged brick with stucco” — reuben71g
Shannon Malone
maryhouse.jpg
Ideabooks4,526
Questions4
Love the sliding french doors and the porch
e one design dilemma for me was to respect the beautiful nature around the guesthouse and to design a structure that would match the character of the main house," Dussouchaud says. The main house (not shown) is a traditional California-ranch-style home, with large patios around the house and white board
“Love this porch......” — nualadog
Homeland Design, llc
10 Reviews
Tuscan in the Pines
Ideabooks1,952
Questions3
French doors did not go with the style of this home and the large sliding doors open up to create a large opening without taking up floor space when open like a traditional French Door would do. Also, this is a custom designed home - many choices like this are ultimately decided by the homeowner.
traditional French Door would do. Also, this is a custom designed home - many choices like this are ultimately decided by the homeowner.”
“French doors and window” — Connie Whelchel
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