48,499 frosted garage door Home Design Photos

Creative Architects
8 Reviews
Historic After & Before
Ideabooks17,142
Questions11
homes in a row in the Junius Heights Historic neighborhood of Dallas. She had already fixed up her house and was ready to tackle the bigger project next door. Over the years the house deteriorated, had illegal additions built, and had poor remodeling. We redesigned the home using other existing homes in the
Is there a storm door on front or just a full glass door? Blinds?
me the prize of your design, minus the garage at the back. it would be lovely to hear from you soon. email: katzfj@yahoo.com
We did add a master bedroom to the back, took off an illegal garage addition and built an new detached garage which is more in keeping with the style
It is a french door with craftsman 9 panel mullions. There are pleated blinds behind as in the window. See the enlarged picture below.
“Columns” — twagner1228
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
15 Reviews
Ready, Set, GROW!
Ideabooks7,191
Questions1
like converting garage door to double open doors and a side door also i like a little patio area on both sides
door opens on to deck
flat decking off the doors
Double doors!...barn door...idea for garage
“Deck” — lawlaws
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
27 Reviews
Fox Hollow Residence
Ideabooks32,926
Questions14
Great use of texture! Door Q
Who makes this door please? I'm going to have a custom screen door made and I'd like a door like this one as well -thank you!
The doors and windows in this project are by Lepage Millwork based in Quebec, Canada. Their products are outstanding!
The doors are by Lepage out of Canada.
hallway coming in from the garage
Salvage, which ships throughout the country. The storage unit was custom made and painted in Benjamin Moore’s Acadia White, while the oversize back door with its mullioned glass is from LePage, a Canadian company.
“color” — smhac318
M & M Home Contractors Inc
Casel Contemporary Lake Home
Ideabooks209
Questions0
frosted glass door
Frosted glass wall for hall/kitchen
The art, door, staircase
Sliding door...insert in door...family room door...Front door side...Door material...pocket door
“glass panels and wood” — colleenbartok
CapStone Home Renovations
Parker, CO. Kitchen and fireplace remodel
Ideabooks5,199
Questions9
Hi, just wondering where the door leads to in the kitchen next to the fridge? Is it the master bedroom?
like the end of the cabinet storage but want doors to cover the clutter
frosted door counter
Frosted glass door to basement
Door in kitchen...Decorative door...pantry door
“Island and glaze on cabinets” — seajayshade
Precision Cabinets
2 Reviews
#63 - Owner - Hillsborough
Ideabooks1,399
Questions5
KITCHEN Material - Alder Finish – Frost with Accent Glaze Door Style – Custom KITCHEN ISLAND Material – Walnut MISCLENANIOUS CABINETS Material – Clear Alder Finish – South Western Cherry
Round glass at top of doors
alder finish- frost with accent glaze
glass doors and contrasting granite
Country door to backyard
Door half open...Back door...Like side door...Dutch door...dutch door
“Not bad colors” — thebarnesne
Joni Spear Interior Design
18 Reviews
University City
Ideabooks1,541
Questions2
Tub/Shower door? Very nice. Custom or where available?
frosted mosiac glass window in bathroom
Frosted glass window
half glass door on tub
Bathtub glass door!!!!!!!
Fleurco Shower Doors
glass door and tile...glass door...A tub with a DOOR!
“Kingsclere bathroom” — Blossom Woods
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Connecticut Estate
Ideabooks2,372
Questions6
I love the look of frameless shower doors. I am just curious as to how much it would cost to replace a traditional framed shower that is only 3 years old, with a frameless shower?
I love the look of frameless shower doors. I am just
what this picture is showing. If you have an existing framed door in place, it is important to consider the fact that the removal of the existing doors will leave holes in the tile- when we install a frameless door where an existing door was installed, we do our utmost to cover the existing holes with
the condition of the saddle (sill). With the frameless enclosure, the saddle should be pitched into the enclosure 5/16" of an inch. With the framed doors, these conditions are not always noted- as they aren't as relevant. It is important to consider the pro and cons when changing the style of your enclosure-
“Support de plante, le fini” — madeleinegrenier
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