658 day dead Entry Design Photos

Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
Ideabooks5,021
Questions5
mailbox, doorbell, porch lights and front door.Decluttering tasks: Remove everything that doesn’t belong on the porch and find another home for it. Toss dead plants and store empty pots elsewhere.
doorbell, verandah lights and front door.Decluttering tasks: Remove everything that doesn’t belong on the porch and find another home for it. Toss dead plants and store empty pots elsewhere.
Day 1: Address the outside.Cleaning tasks: The entrance to your home really begins outside your front door, so let’s start here. Sweep your porch or stoop
Day 1: Address the outsideCleaning tasks: The entrance to your home really begins outside your front door, so let’s start here. Sweep your porch or stoop
“usa intrare si pereti” — ddorin
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
Glass houzz
Ideabooks15,719
Questions10
Love love love this door! Thank you for being so creative. I have similar layout absolutely fantastic and exactly what I've been looking for. This Door IS MY Wow FACTOR. Kudos for Kreativity! Interested in recreate a single door version for me? Where should dead bolt
Dead On Door!! Dead Bolt?
“Copper door” — adrienneb1
Kuth / Ranieri Architects
1 Review
Wurster Residence
Ideabooks716
Questions1
COMPROMISE AND BUY A DEAD TREE TO USE AS A SCULPTURE IN THE DINING ROOM AND HANG LANTERNS AND LIGHTS FROM IT. IT WILL LOOK STUNNING
of ficus trees in the past, and none of them had survived. So, obviously, the only sensible thing was to buy a really big, expensive one, right? The day that tree moved in, it started to lose its leaves, and short of using Super Glue, nothing I did kept them in place. Every fallen leaf was like a dagger
several weekends I braved the cold and wind as I dipped thousands of shingles into a bucket of stain, then spread them out to dry. Finally, the great day came: the contractor nailed them onto the house. And I didn’t … like … the way … they looked. I lived with those shingles for a year. And when the misery
“floors and bench” — sonoma14
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Memorial Park Modern
Ideabooks526
Questions1
Making use of dead space
Day bed...? day bed...
“Sofa colors” — victoria perez
Tate + Burns Architects LLC
Interior and Exterior Views
Ideabooks7,045
Questions11
How do you build a vaulted ceiling like this into a 2 story house? It there dead space between the floors?
a height transition zone from a more compressed entry of smaller spaces into the main portion of the floor. Yes, a portion of the ceiling area is "dead space", but it is used for mechanical systems (ductwork and piping, etc.). I hope this helps.
“Love” — freddy_mcgrath
Modern Entry
Ideabooks6,568
Questions8
How do you keep the door closed with a dead bolt ? What if you forget to lock it on the inside ?
hardware, long handle and dead bolt
“Modern look” — pcant
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
White Brick Mediterranean
Ideabooks23,441
Questions10
FUNCTIONING MUDROOM #2. Helpful hooks. Turn an awkward or a dead space into something you'll actually use. A row of simple hooks around the perimeter and a few well-placed wire baskets have turned this once-empty
Helpful hooks. Turn an awkward or a dead space into something you'll actually use. A row of simple hooks around the perimeter and a few well-placed wire baskets have turned this once-empty
“Wood bench with dark hooks” — shbrouwer
aamodt / plumb architects
9 Reviews
Hamptons Beach House
Ideabooks1,883
Questions2
comforting not only because of their shapes, but because they change during the course of the day and from season to season.
Shadows cast by perforated panels--stunning, plus movement throughout day and seasons.
over the course of the day
The curving shadows cast by perforated panels here are comforting not only because of their shapes, but because they change during the course of the day and from season to season
The curving shadows cast by perforated panels here are comforting not only because of their shapes, but because they change during the course of the day and from season to season.
The curving shadows cast by perforated panels here are comforting not only because of their shapes, but because they change during the course of the day and from season to season.
“Light” — 128ocean
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