6,455 wood door Contemporary Entry Design Photos

Sellentin True Design Build
4 Reviews
Mukilteo Style
Ideabooks5,740
Questions8
what types of wood are being used (door, beams, flooring)
what brand is the front door and where to get it?
Need to find new front door with right sidelight and love the look of this door.
where can I buy the interior glass panel door?
Wha the two colors- by the door and up above greenis and blue
What stain was used for the front door? Fiberglass
Sorry about the late response, Been out in the field/construction. The door is Real Wood. by the Simpson Door company and hung by Frank's Lumber "the door store" The finish is a satin interior lacquer (clear...no stain). The door is Douglas Fir. It becomes richer and deeper in tone with age. It has
oak , white trim and black door panel
Baseboards, doors and glass in doors
“office doors” — skyyeyyes
PPDS
Rough Hollow Parade Home 2010
Ideabooks10,655
Questions4
Who is the manufacturer of this door?
Steel Windows and Doors, look up.
could you tell me the manufacture of this door
Rough Hollow, pivot door against Texas limestone
glass: These doors are being used more frequently in interior and exterior settings, since they offer a streamlined and modern look with less muss and fuss than a solid wood door. They do tend to be more expensive than most wood-combination models, but still less expensive than solid-wood doors. See more
more photos of interior doorsMore:Houzz Planning: How to Choose a Front Door10 Extraordinary Door Designs
Oversize or heavy doors swing more easily on a pivot. It would be difficult to find a hinge strong enough to suspend a door of this size and weight
“门” — cherienjoy
Helen Hald Architecture
Prospect House
Ideabooks1,574
Questions3
Where did you get the door from?
Please see first photo question below (exterior view of door).
exterior wood door for this project, designed by architects Helen Hald and Amy Janof.
a solid exterior wood door for this project, designed by architects Helen Hald and Amy Janof.
Great hammered metal front door. The tin is adhered to a solid wood door
nice as front door i like!
A front door made of hand-hammered ⅓-inch-thick naval
A front door made of hand-hammered ⅓-inch-thick naval bronze celebrates the art of hammering with organic textural narratives. Seattle fabricator Douglas French of The Tinman adhered a metal “skin” to both sides of a solid exterior wood door for this project, designed by architects Helen Hald and Amy
“Pulpo” — ambito3
Chona Kasinger
Quincy, WA
Ideabooks3,029
Questions2
this home, to have that arch window over the front door
I am building a home, but was told I can't get this arch window over my front door, because my ceiling are 9 foot ceiling, and the ceiling would have to be 10 foot to get this arch of my front door.
Love the wood on the ceiling of this porch
Wood front door with white trim on house
same color door and lots of plants
bathrooms, where Curt and Ann currently reside with their three cats, as their children have all left the nest. A crimson wreath complements the cherry wood door of the entrance.Next: Tour more inspiring homes
“Plant on stand in entry” — camillegackstetter
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Ideabooks2,656
Questions0
love the exterior materials - metal, wood and panels.
This house on Cape Cod, in Massachusetts, turns the entrance into a ceremonial path cutting through the lawn. The wood screen on the left is the back edge of the carport. A wood door provides direct access to the house, but the formal entry sits at the top of the stone steps. The glass entry frames the
“Coo” — Tyson Rabitsch
Thomas Fine, CGR, GMB & CGP
An entry that has ideal storage and a good place to dash into to get out of the
Ideabooks1,370
Questions2
Love those doors! Do you know the maker?
5-panel wood door - warm tone
5-panel doors - warm stain color
Don't like colored walls, white trim, and wooden doors
possible door style and color for foyer
Door hardware will turn 10,000 to 20,000 times in a decade of use, so buy the highest quality you can afford. Look for solid metal parts and avoid plastic. Many builder-grade doorknobs don't go five years before the finish and function fail.
“couleur de porte comme ice” — maisonnn
TOC design
5 Reviews
Hotel Chic
Ideabooks5,694
Questions9
elements, but control with tone on tone textured materials such as wall tile. Use warm natural materials such as; solid cherry shaker style pocket doors. Enhance architectural details. Plan for custom storage using ergonomics solutions for easy access. Increase storage at entry to house all winter
FEATURES The contrasting materials using classic black and white elements and the use of warm tone materials such as natural cherry for the pocket doors is the key element to the space, thus balances the light colors and creates a richness in the area. The feature wall elements with its richness and
chic palette inspired by their travels in Paris. Using the classic black and white color combination, a touch of glam, the warm natural color of cherry wood and the technology and innovation brought this retreat to a new level of relaxation. CLIENTS NEEDS Better flow, Space to blend with surrounding open
“Floor” — westview10
Actual Size Projects
1 Review
Country Crib
Ideabooks6,969
Questions6
love the doors, were they custom? where are they from? beautiful
would love to know where the doors were made, love them being flush to the walls
i love the closet what kind of wood/laminate was used for the doors
What material was used for the doors? What company makes them?
custom sliding closet doors. The wood is an American Black Walnut. They are 9'-0" tall by about 4'-0" wide each.
Thanks. The doors were custom and were made by our millworker Jay Brennan: http://jaybrennan.com/. They serve as closet doors when they are closed
coats & boots hidden by large wooden doors
floor-to-ceiling cabinet doors keep clutter out of sight and add an architectural statement.
grand storage. door hardware, flooring, round window, wood grain
“Full height closet door” — rspencer15
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