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Chic Decor & Design, Margarida Oliveira
Like the bump out at the entry point
Photos by front door
like the front entrance rug.
Glass door for front entrance
double-front entry door, get a rug that lies in front of both doors. The larger rug creates a more powerful front entry look. I use a lot of 4' x 6' rugs this way.
makes the front doors?
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Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
Elk Ridge Lodge
Front door of tree column house
Front poch; Light fittings; Tree stumps on both sides
Grand front entry( probably need a little milder
Front entry lighting
Love the covered entry way!!
love the front entry
LOVE this front door!!!!
Timbers on front posts
front exterior...Front entry...front entrance...Front entry_dream...Nice entry
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
in the front of the house? are
entry at different level than front yard yet entry itself is level
Plain front entry with no supports.
size of stones for front of home
Redo Your Front Yard 1. Circulation is not functioning well. The main purpose of the front yard is to provide an entrance to your home. A good design strategy includes:Planning for vehicle circulation and parkingCreating a welcoming walkway to the front door Highlighting the front entry
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Anna of Flower Garden Girl put decorative pumpkins on a post in her front door flower pots for an added punch of autumn decor. These quirky and simple pumpkin topiaries have been adorning front porches everywhere this season.
touch to a front entry.
pretty front entry/door
front door. sidng and stone.
Love this entry door
Prairie Style Front Door
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Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Ridgeside Vineyard Farmhouse
of our entry. Build wide opening coming up to porch.
like the front door to open all way to back door
beyond the front door. Also large slate used for walkway!
love this entry way: siding, size of steps and walkway
Love the slate sidewalk - large tiles in front
front porch which you enter into the court yard
from the entry court, the view is completely hidden," Vanze says. Once you're through the front door, the entire valley is revealed through a 40-foot-wide floor-to-ceiling glass wall in the main living space.
sconces suit front entries well, and larger pendants work beautifully above a dining room table. If installing a new fixture isn't in the cards right now, pick up a few budget-friendly tabletop pendants.
front door with free standing light in foreground
like the height of front entry
the front part - combining rocks & plants
a triumphant entry. wow, begs you to knock on the door.
Cover over front door
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Kate Marker Interiors
A Swedish Influence
Who makes the console by the front door?
Hi, is this a custom front door? If not who is the manufacturer? thank you in advance,
Love the painted church pew with accent pillows in entry.
days, the entry acted as a reception area — a place to sit and wait for the homeowner to greet you and invite you into their inner sanctuary. A bench with cushions or pillows is still a great welcome for a front entry.
Anna Berglin Design
vinyl. The entry is still usually centered on the house, but there are often colonial revival elements on the entry, as in the photo here. Columns and porticos are often topped by a pediment. The paneled front entry doors usually have sidelights. The door is also commonly topped with a rectangular transom
centered front-facing gable combined with either a hip or gable roof. Single-level originals usually have dormers, while two-story versions may or may not have them. Also, many Southern examples are brick construction; wood-frame construction is more typical in Northern originals.