28,763 bath with doors Entry Design Photos

Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2000 Showcase
Ideabooks5,150
Questions2
Main hallway bath - only half wall high
high beadboard, hooks to hang things near back door
3/4 door height tongue and groove
One glance into this entry and we know someone with a love for gardening and nature lives here. The sunhat hanging near the door is not only convenient for the gardener, it looks wonderful against the beautiful beadboard wainscoting. Love the bird's nest in the window!
“so lived in look” — Maura Cantwell
knowles ps
4 Reviews
Queen Anne Residence 06
Ideabooks10,289
Questions11
set on the floor can hold scarves, gloves, and hats. A tall canister will keep umbrellas in one spot. If you ask people to take off their shoes at the door, a chair or bench will be a good landing spot—one with storage space underneath is a good option. In tight spaces, you might look for a stool or an
of a larger space such as a living room. A mirror can make the space seem larger, as well as allow a last-minute visual check before heading out the door. An entryway is a great spot for a signature piece of furniture or art, or a series of decorative pieces. Lamps will give the space a warm touch and
Problem: Door opening into a wall. Feng shui solution: If your front entry door opens to a wall only a few feet away, this can create a "blocked" feeling upon entering your home. Try hanging artwork
“Paint” — tjbauer
Heather Merenda
entry
Ideabooks2,485
Questions1
Ideabook Email Photo Use a milk jug as an umbrella stand. Seeing as I’m currently using a wrought iron umbrella stand to hide tissue rolls in my guest bath, I fully support this effort to showcase umbrellas — and creativity.
Use a milk jug as an umbrella stand. Seeing as I’m currently using a wrought iron umbrella stand to hide tissue rolls in my guest bath, I fully support this effort to showcase umbrellas — and creativity
Use a milk jug as an umbrella stand. Seeing as I’m currently using a wrought iron umbrella stand to hide tissue rolls in my guest bath, I fully support this effort to showcase umbrellas — and creativity.
Ideabook Email Photo Use a milk jug as an umbrella stand. Seeing as I’m currently using a wrought iron umbrella stand to hide tissue rolls in my guest bath, I fully support this effort to showcase umbrellas — and creativity.
“Milk jug as umbrella stand... i need to get one asap :)” — Vani Kurup
BCV ARCHITECTS
1 Review
Farm House
Ideabooks109
Questions0
I like slide in french doors
Glass doors and wooden doors
play room doors...love these doors...pocket doors...barn doors...Front Door...Front Door Finish...pocket doors
“Color” — kgriff55
BLUE RIBBON BUILDERS INC
Spanish Peaks House
Ideabooks96
Questions1
Like the door and modern sw decor
Stain of door...Exterior door...Love the front door...the door...Floors and doors...wood front door
“Door” — Sally Wheatley
Burns and Beyerl Architects
4 Reviews
Cotswolds Manor
Ideabooks280
Questions0
arched door
Arched doors to fit doorway
stone work and double doors
rustic door...wood door...Front Door...Front Door Finish...Like enter doors...front door design...front door entry...Love the door
“Enterance gate example” — Viren Patel
Pathfinder Group Designs Inc.
3 Reviews
Oceanfront Penthouse
Ideabooks243
Questions4
Entry door commercial with slump glass
crackle glass entry doors
Glass doors...Glass door...glass door...steel door
“Blue wave art” — Simone Arrington
Robert Dodds Construction
Acacias
Ideabooks131
Questions0
LOVE the front door moulding
Very tastefully done door
door mat...Front Door...Awesome front door...Neat door...Amazing door...Front door...Beautiful door
“Awesome front door” — ren127
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