13,237 split door Eclectic Home Design Photos

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How to decorate a big blank wall and create an entryway
panels, looking towards the front door. The wall panels create an entryway with DIY coat racks for coats (the front door leads directly into the living room
charging station / place for keys to be near door / in passage
“where do we have room for this?” — jakechiro
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the media center. Guzik stripped it down and installed metal mesh on the doors. The couple made the two wall lights out of 90-year-old glass X-ray shades
metal mesh on cupboard doors...wire in place of doors
“Chunky” — kakihouse
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Queenslander home
Doors similar to our room - but looks better!
French doors...Glass doors
“Light” — akonna87
Greenbelt Construction
3 Reviews
Cat Mountain, Greenbelt Homes, Austin TX
please tell me about the garage door.... Who makes it? What is it made of?
Garage door...cool garage door
“cool garage door” — Gordon Peterson
Nattapon Landscape Design
19 Reviews
Elkins Park Resident
Re-use exterior door and I made to be rustic and stylish love it, Converted Driveway to outdoor living space with Privacy horizontal fence, little garden
details of door...Love the door
“garden wooden fence” — joanie1002
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Atherton "Kasbah"
the basement, a great room, kitchen and bar on the main level. Slide-away doors open the great room to the rear yard for an indoor/outdoor ambiance.
shower. Colors. Door. Textiles. Tiles.
“Mon salon eventuel” — oumhalima
Lewis Creek Company
12 Reviews
Barndominium front door
Barndominium front door
“stairs” — psalcher
Housetrends Magazine
4 Reviews
Ketron Custom Builders
from the middle of the room to a corner and enclosed with an opaque glass door to maintain openness. Next, creating what Janie and Travis call an “open
area” that houses the shower with floor to ceiling travertine tiles and no door or enclosure on one end and a freestanding soaking tub on the other, gave
took us to the open shower concept. Visually it would look bigger with no doors, and the shower is deep so water does not come out,” adds Janie. A thick
“Niches” — vudusu53
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