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Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
the Bauhaus living space
Like the entertainment area. Barn door hinges to hold decorative doors
Sliding TV doors idea. Gorgeous doors.
Patio Doors to outside Television unit Type (but not style) of sofa
Consider screens. If you want to hide the television from view, you can mount screens such as these. Pocket door hardware, available at most hardware stores, allows the screens to slide back and forth. Install trim that hangs down far enough along the front face
“tv console” — gaazelea
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
Beijing Penthouse
decorative door covers wet bar
“A bar?” — pnw18
Lapis Design Partners
Abe Residence
The doors. Can you tell me is that a Nana or who is the manufacturer?
Love the color of the doors/trim - can you share details?
Can you please advise what stain brand and color were used on the doors and trim?
No, these are not Nana Doors. We had a local fabricator make and install the doors. Unlike Nana doors that typically stack to the side, each of the seven center panels in the photograph operate on a pivot hinge. The pair of doors to each side are typical sliders. The frames are
windows. Transoms, doors ...all of the natural light and a view of refreshing elegance
Love the natural wood and flooring/decor
window wall. Maybe not so much the dark wood, but just use doors?
love the view of the backyard pool right outside the doors
“tiles” — zenatwork
Andria Lavine
Houzz Tour: At Home In Buckhead
French doors - note frames around door
the rug and pictures and decor
wall decoration above doors
doors inste d of windows
panels between window and doors
Paneling above French doors
Moulding over doors...wall decor...Doors and wood trim...door/window header...like french door...French door...french doors
“Window moldings” — ashleelicitra
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Lake Austin Retreat
Stone floor wood frame doors open wood beams
View from living area back to kitchen, large doors to terrace, counter stools and table off to right corner
2 seating areas. Doors open to patio. Same ideas
I really like those doors to the patio
nice 4 panel doors leading outside. Is this something you were thinking us for our great room? If you are I like it!!!!!
“Decor” — wow design
Wendt Design Group
8 Reviews
Contemporary Remodel
what is the height of the cabinet doors? How wide is each door? Beauitful!
on site and the doors were made in a cabinet shop. The bookcases were scaled to fit the fiction book collection of the client. The shelves and room were staged for the photo shoot and to aid the homeowner in selling the property.
The ceiling is nine feet, the height for the doors includes the entire
How heigh is the ceiling? Who makes the bookshelf cabinet door hardware? Interesting that door height is 36". Should I do 30", 32" or 34"? My ceilings are 8'. Thanks!
“living room” — Junjun Lobaton
Sterling Publishing
100 Ways to Happy Chic Your Life by Jonathan Adler
sliding glass doors
The bookshelf decorations
Storage wall, glass door
“love the lights” — shikudreams
Margeaux Interiors - Margaret Skinner
7 Reviews
New Vintage Detroit
I like salvage doors-unique and more interesting. Do I have to use the same doors throughout house?
it is a single story , 4bd/3ba home....I dont think I could find enough matching doors. Is it ok to use different doors or should I match all bedrooms, for example/??? Many thanks
around the doors, any style salvaged door would be fun. Also the front door is a great place to use a salvaged door. Hoe that helps. Charmean Neithart
Hi seccor129, I would definitely use the same style door for the bedrooms. The closet doors could be another set if you can't find enough doors of the
I agree with Dytecture and would do all the bedroom doors the same. A great place to use a salvaged door is on a pantry. I used a salvaged door on this pantry, it was from a Spanish monastery and adds so much character to the room. http://www.houzz
“Colour Style” — elainecasey20
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