32,607 Church Doors Entry Design Photos

Kass & Associates
Private Residence on the Delaware River
Ideabooks7,412
Questions7
I can't seem to find the door color, does anyone know it? I thought BM HC 71 but it's too brown.
Love the front door color. Would you please provide the color name?
Can I please have the color name of the paint for this beautiful door?
I like a red door, but think this color is has too much
3. Rich red doors. More sophisticated than the red of barns and deeper than the bright, clear red of church doors, this red is more akin to a fine wine
hint of purple, like the rich burgundy shown here.Deep red paint picks for doors
Can you tell me the door manufacturer?...Who is the makes this door?...Double doors with view through house...door, but don't want double door
“steps” — leilaakky
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Rhinebeck, NY, Winter Decor
Ideabooks95
Questions0
it is basicly the same shape as my present doors. I need to replace my existing doors
Front doors...Cute Wreaths on church door....Front door...Church doors...Like the door...Gothic Doors...Front Door...Front Door Finish
“Love the doorway.” — alyspoon
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Stamford Entry Foyer
Ideabooks7,097
Questions6
The use of salvaged brick and antique doors give this entry foyer a unique feel that is not easily labeled.
The front door is stunning,where did you get this ?
It's an antique door in a custom frame inset into the wall.
A store for salvaged doors in Gonzales, Texas.
door shape. mix of brick and gyp. overall feel. no zebra.
Crave a solid door but want to add some pizzazz? Inject high-old-workd style with a Gothic arch door.
Add character with age. "This door is a great example
style. She found the door at a salvaged door store in Gonzales, Texas, about an hour away from Austin."He adds, "The Gothic arched door became the inspiration
an old door adds greatly to the character of the house."
This room is modern and spacious, but the gothic arches and the antique wooden door give it
“Rough Brick Mortar = Salvaged Look” — Dan Smith
Loundon County Landscape Architect
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Nunley Custom Homes
17 Reviews
Front entry
Ideabooks5,907
Questions4
The door...Wow where did you get the door ?
kind. This is one of the pair of barn doors my client acquired from somewhere in Mexico. We used the matching door as wall art... ...
One extra large door maybe even "pivot" style.
Or front door, with iron insets like found on an old church door entrance. [Gerry]
Front doors set the tone for what lies ahead. This monolithic door adorned with nails speaks to a Moroccan style. Its beauty is both stately and warm.
i love this , the door and the stone
“sconces” — roxannedyeratelier
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
19 Reviews
Wine Country Living
Ideabooks10,554
Questions7
who manufactured this door? I would love to have one.
What is the door polish Finnish and wood
Beautiful door! Do you know what stain color was used? Thanks
custom-made doors you might be interested in visiting our profile. We ship anywhere. Best of luck!
Who did the glass window art surrounding the door?
kind of wood is this door and where can I gt it?
This custom door is walnut and it is just rubbed with a natural clear finish.
glass. Should you have a great number of windows on or around your front door but want a little privacy, consider installing stained glass. This will turn
Where did you buy the door?...Where did you buy the door? I love it!...a gorgeous door for a church!...Vaulted front door with stained glass
“the painting on glass” — Faiza AbduRaheem
Clark Hall Doors
4 Reviews
Extra Ordinary Iron Doors
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Extra Ordinary Iron Doors...Character Doors...church door...custom iron doors...entry doors...front doors...iron doors...unique doors...unique iron doors...Clark Hall Doors...Front Door
Coastal Group
3 Reviews
Door Ideas
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Door Ideas...double door
S. Bumbera Glass Etching
6 Reviews
Commercial
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These beautiful etched doors to the Chapel were originally designed by Brother Martin Erspamer OSB at St. Mienrad's Abbey, IN. We adapted his design to
church doors
“Design” — zestforliving
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