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Holy Cross Custom Builders, LLC
Eagle Ranch - West Doublehitch
Chance to add depth and angles to front entryway
Similar style to cover the red room roof?
Brown + Davis Design
color defines entryway, covered entrance
Forest House - Exterior features
Glass steel covered entry way; wood door.
Front door entryway...Cover at top of door...Covered entry
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Western Timber Frame
Lounge Size Pergolas
one afternoon a Lounge Size Timber Frame Pergola Kit is installed over an entryway leading into the backyard.
Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
What are the materials on patio cover?
covered porch extension of existing roof
Glass roof partial cover on patio...ENTRYWAY COVER...Deck cover...glass covered patio...covered area of deck...The glass covered area...covered area...Glass covered area
Sisters in Sync
replace the entryway cover with a larger one?
covering over entryway...Unique exterior entryway...wood ceiling for covered entrance...rain cover...covered porch...exterior entryway stone brick lighting
Christina Jeffrey Lifestyle
Where is the table in the entryway from?
Entryway setup: table, lamps, mirror, basket
love the wallpaper accent just in the entryway
Wallpaper: Walt Disney Signature, York Wall Coverings
by Christina Jeffrey Lifestyle, is both fun and formal, thanks to a wall covering decorated with fancy script-like swirls. Think calligraphy or a letter
pot of ink and a loose wrist.Wallpaper: Walt Disney Signature, York Wall Coverings
Katie Ridder Rooms
Entryway. Ridder placed a Khotan rug from Turkestan on the floor of her own entry. The handrail on the staircase was covered in red and silver leaf for
has grasscloth installed in entryways where strollers and bikes are bound to bump into the walls. MacIsaac writes: "Entryways don't usually require much
for a colorful accent. Because the entryway is the first thing guests see, Ridder believes that this part of your home should have an impact. She consistently
consistently uses bold styles and textures in the entryways she designs, blending big light fixtures, mirrors and wall art, wallpaper, color, and unique floor