1,239 bronze heart Entry Design Photos

Rocky Mountain Hardware
Bronze Door Hardware
Ideabooks10,700
Questions4
Thumblatch entry set with the Stepped escutcheon (G301) and D grip (G609), shown in silicon bronze, medium patina.
aujcar, You may be interested in our Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows & Doors. Our solid bronze windows offer affordable luxury with narrow sight lines, high strength, and low maintenance. All of our windows come fully glazed
DON'T LIKE THE BRONZE BUT THE LIKE THE WINDOW DOOR SETUP
this has the stepped plate and D Grip in silicon bronze, medium patina
“Interesting.” — sonyaconnolly
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Living Room to Lobby
Ideabooks11,210
Questions8
I like the color and style of these floors. I have always loved heart pine. Is this heart pine or one of the new variations of heart pine which is much harder? My question is, can I get the look and feel of heart pine with a harder wood?
dark heart pine
“Molding” — mineajm
Helen Hald Architecture
Prospect House
Ideabooks1,699
Questions3
Please note the bronze is NOT 1/3-inch, but 1/32-inch thick. From the maker. http://www.dtinman.com
A front door made of hand-hammered ⅓-inch-thick naval bronze celebrates the art
French of the Tinman in naval bronze
A front door made of hand-hammered ⅓-inch-thick naval bronze celebrates the art of hammering
front door made of hand-hammered bronze
A front door made of hand-hammered ⅓-inch-thick naval bronze celebrates the art of hammering with organic textural narratives. Seattle fabricator Douglas French of The Tinman adhered a metal “skin” to both sides of a solid exterior wood door for this project, designed by architects Helen Hald and Amy
“awesome front door” — ts001
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Entry Foyer
Ideabooks6,869
Questions6
Excellence In Building, Inc., You may be interested in our Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows & Doors. Our solid bronze windows offer affordable
Design, Thank you for your inquiry. All of our Renaissance solid bronze windows & doors come with triple seal glass and double weatherstripping, although we do not currently offer a thermally broken unit. With the narrow profile of our bronze, the glass and weatherstripping can have a greater impact on
“Ceiling” — sstilwell
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks6,591
Questions12
drakatous, You may be interested in our Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows and Doors. Our solid bronze windows offer narrow sight lines, high strength, low maintenance, and are custom sized to each opening. All of our windows come fully glazed with triple seal glass & mounting flange options for installation
“Roof Color” — j_wiley
Lawrence and Gomez Architects
5 Reviews
Craftsman foyer
Ideabooks5,326
Questions6
Another vote for aged or oiled bronze or black. Looks cool.
unfinished for a door. Pine, alder, cherry, oak etc. in a variety of cuts such as rift, quarter sawn etc. and a variety of characters such as sap, heart, clear etc. are all possibilities.
unfinished for a door. Pine, alder, cherry, oak etc. in a variety of cuts such as rift, quarter sawn etc. and a variety of characters such as sap, heart, clear etc. are all possibilities.
“Beautiful wood and door style” — kbdedeker
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Derby Hill Farm Lyme NH
Ideabooks27,790
Questions12
Try Napery 6386 and Hearts of Palm 6415 for the walls, and Snowbound 7004 for the trim, all by Sherwin-Williams.
The palette looks like a yellow and green combo. Try Napery 6386 and Hearts of Palm 6415 both by Sherwin-Williams.
These are the Gilmore Hook in an oil rubbed bronze finish from restoration hardware: http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=prod1160270&categoryId=search
“The wooden panel” — sjquah
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks2,120
Questions2
what lies behind the door, but the transom helps bring light into the entry space. Upon opening the door, one is confronted with the courtyard, the heart of the residence.
Upon opening the door, one is confronted with the courtyard, the heart of the residence.
what lies behind the door, but the transom helps bring light into the entry space. Upon opening the door, one is confronted with the courtyard, the heart of the residence.
“roof tucks in between vertical elements” — larry reed, architect
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