829 Raised Entry Design Photos

Allison Cosmos
1 Review
The Front Door
Ideabooks9,486
Questions7
talking about damask design. Technically, it's not damask because it is not a fabric and the design itself is not raised. However, the pattern is inspired by damask fabric. Additionally, the raised panels of the door itself create a textured look that is in line with damask design. And there is no denying
different it'd be if the door were just a simple black or brown? Next: Browse entry doors More: What Does Your Front Door Say? Doors With Character, Raised in a Barn Sliding Doors: Transition in High Style
“Like these color combination – potential for master. Fun yet nice subtle gray” — Suzanne Tucker
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
11 Reviews
Aptos Residence
Ideabooks575
Questions2
With its right hand raised, this walking Buddha wards off evil and protects from fear at the entryway to a master bedroom.
With its right hand raised, this walking Buddha wards off evil and protects from fear at the entryway to
With its right hand raised, this walking Buddha wards off evil and protects from fear at the entryway to a master bedroom. The vivid lime-green plant at the figure’s feet is Coleonema pulchrum ‘Sunset Gold’ (Breath-of-Heaven).
With its right hand raised, this walking Buddha wards off evil
hand raised, this walking Buddha wards off evil and protects from fear at the entryway to a master bedroom. The vivid lime-green plant at the figure’s feet is Coleonema pulchrum ‘Sunset Gold’ (Breath-of-Heaven).
“Lime green plant - is Coleonema pulchrum 'Sunset Gold' (breath-of-heaven).” — reginaclark
Coupard Architects and Builders
Bold Approach
Ideabooks2,515
Questions1
used by the early-American colonists in New England to protect their forts. In some respects the ha-ha, or sunken ditch, served the same purpose. This raised bridge provides a spectacular entrance, as it spans woodland surrounding the deck house.
used by the early-American colonists in New England to protect their forts. In some respects the ha-ha, or sunken ditch, served the same purpose. This raised bridge provides a spectacular entrance, as it spans woodland surrounding the house.
“wire rail” — ONE DESIGN HAUS
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Cambridge Contemporary Mudroom
Ideabooks5,798
Questions5
Raised closed closets
Raised closet with shoe storage
Raised. With drawers.
Raised. With drawers.
hallway closet, raised
like raised up for shoes
“Mud room” — susielaw
BAAN design
Alchemy
Ideabooks1,982
Questions1
Colorful things floating in it. Raised, so kid/dog less of a problem.
Raised panel for recessed lighting
Raised water feature
concrete wall, raised narrow
raised water
“water feature” — troyings
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Kelly Residence
Ideabooks1,987
Questions1
I like the idea of raised planters flanking the door (garage side) with tall grasses and accent lighting.
like the raised planters
Front doors raised beds
raised planter...Raised bed
“Glass front door” — shannon
V Fine Homes
Aviemore
Ideabooks6,410
Questions5
Angled staircase with raised panel trim underneith
Raised panels along the staircase
Raised panel...Raised panels...raised paneling
“Wood panel on stairs” — hlemley
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Mud Room
Ideabooks6,666
Questions12
the wall (painted or wallpapered), many times the area is paneled. The options for the wainscot are many, including simple wood panels, beadboard, raised panels and horizontal wood paneling. And while the finish of the wainscoting can match the wood trim, it doesn't have to. For example, a painted wood
the wall (painted or wallpapered), many times the area is paneled. The options for the wainscot are many, including simple wood panels, beadboard, raised panels and horizontal wood paneling. And while the finish of the wainscoting can match the wood trim, it doesn't have to. For example, a painted
“Area between window and door” — karovell
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