33,391 old door headboards Home Design Photos

Anna Baskin Lattimore Design
Shady Grove Family Room
beams and doors to front porch...curtains on doors to porch...Old world...over doors...Wall of French Doors...layout, french doors...french doors...Doors, Curtains and...french doors
“Light dimensions” — bgskidd
Loudoun County Home Furnishings, Renovations & Interior Design Service
Olde Mill Furniture in Ashburn, VA offers custom design services as well as unique, high-end home furnishings, along with a diverse mix of accent pieces and accessories.
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
3 Reviews
Dunes West Exterior
painted brick, columns, exposed rafter detail, triple arched front doors, mahogany garage doors, and stone pavers. Photo by Holger Obenaus Designer: Julie O'Connor
Has lots of divots and tumbled look. Great for painting rather than the old plain square brick.
off-white/pale yellow and shades of brown shutter and doors
stoccox roof garage door and dive way xxxx
shutters, natural door ..all contrast well
“Painted brick” — tucc1
Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Cedar Lake International Style
Was the door with the port hple custom made, or is it available from a mfg. Thanks. This is an absolultly stunning house.
The port hole door at the front entry was original to the house. However, a similar one could
fabricated by a decent carpenter simply by framing out a circular cut out into a door, with a square piece of glass in between.
What if we sis this around the front door & on the front (kitchen) corner?
Ahhh!! The old good days!! I love this so much!
i like the door...needs lots of colour flowers/plants around it but circle and squares are
curves, while cantilevered, pipe-railed balconies combine with porthole doors to evoke the aura of transatlantic voyages on the great ocean liners of the
“glass blocks” — mdbbk5985
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Family Room
Can you tell me the manufacturer of the doors? Thanks, Jim
ceiling, above the doors, and maybe the tile
ceiling and above the doors and maybe the tiles
Headers above doors & windows, beams, floor
OLD WOOD BEAMS...wood on the doors...french doors...patio doors
“fireplace” — mrwillis1942
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
ID Creations, Holiday House Hamptons 2014
large turned oblects could be made from old barn beams (
Doors need as little framing as possible to maximize glass
french doors, dormer above the doors colour
Upper door and windows...doors to patio...doors with window above...Leaded windows above doors....french doors...glass doors
“Rugs” — lindys_sunshine
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Roble Ridge I
what brand/ model are the French doors?
old world pergola, reminiscent of ivy-covered European courtyards.
french doors...patio, french doors...Front/French doors...layout, doors...French doors...I like the french doors...french doors...patio doors
“Nice” — chnita
Flavin Architects
20 Reviews
Mid Century Modern in Lincoln
Love the idea of this breakfast room with pocket doors or use as breakfast/sunroom ,,,,,, old fashioned morning room
Pocket doors! If you are like me, you need to concentrate when you cook!
white worktop with greyish blue doors...pocket door...divider cut out, pocket door...Sliding doors...Sliding doors v open plan
“K” — familygodfrey
Martha O'Hara Interiors
101 Reviews
Windsor Road Residence - Austin, TX
I am wondering if there are windows on either side of the front door? We have a door like that and are curious as to how to improve the look.
I'm trying to find a good dark color to paint our new entry doors and trim to our house that is white.
soft finish on them not rough. Does that make sense. Since my home is very old I do not know the history of the "painted brick". I highly doubt that it
Hope this helps. The stain glass sides were custom made for my door.
Note awning over doors on porch area - remedy asymmetrical side porch?
entrance porch contribute to a rich expression. The unusual use of a French door to open onto the balcony of the entrance porch further individualizes this
“grandeur” — wachamovie
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