141 modified galley Entry Design Photos

Risk Architectural Design
4 Reviews
19100 Rutledge Road, Deephaven, MN
Ideabooks364
Questions1
stain was used on the flooring. Here is a link to the product for your reference: http://www.bona.com/en-US/United-States1/BonaSystem/Coatings/Oil-Modified-Finishes-and-Sealers/Woodline-Poly/ Thank you for your question. Please let me know if you require any additional information.
stain was used on the flooring. Here is a link to the product for your reference: http://www.bona.com/en-US/United-States1/BonaSystem/Coatings/Oil-Modified-Finishes-and-Sealers/Woodline-Poly/
“Floors” — nigelclive
Wow Great Place
13 Reviews
Front Entry with Black Doors
Ideabooks21,891
Questions24
Hi there klt3, Thanks for the question! This door was modified from a flat slab door, but I have seen stock doors with this sort of styling, so if you ask a door supplier near you for single panel shaker doors
satin finsih, Benjamin Moore "jet black" door, which is a modified slab door - maybe single panel is available. grey/green/neutral wall shade is C2 "paper clip" and trim is C2 "architectural white" also in satin.
“colors, black and white” — kamadiva
Houses & Barns by John Libby
4 Reviews
A Maine Dream Home
Ideabooks78
Questions0
Exterior concept: could we have a smaller and modified version of this space as you exit the kitchen. Direction of door would face easterly Would replace the open stoop leading out the kitchen door. Also
“entry way” — sumaro
HANDE KOKSAL INTERIORS
ETILER APARTMENT
Ideabooks64
Questions0
Modifies open plan opening to central hall.
“Floral arrangement, springtime” — itsjanetdamnit
Amy Studebaker Design
13 Reviews
Tuscan Villa
Ideabooks179
Questions0
might be modifiable to fit this house. incorporate steep pitch; library substitute for wood; seems like small total sq ft
“The distressed finish on the beams are truly well done!” — Lisa B Morris Interiors
Pritzkat & Johnson Architects
4 Reviews
Transitional Contemporary
Ideabooks1,114
Questions0
AFTER: On the patio the low walls were modified to accommodate the water feature, then finished with the same stucco as the house. A landing area and side access were added to the garage.The contractor made the doors to the garage from salvaged wood and added antique handles.
“rustic” — dollarsnsense
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks724
Questions2
pristine interior, there was not much work to be done. "Making [the house] ours was really a process of filling it with things we love, and not modifying the existing structure," says Bobbie. Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
“Rug” — Desiree
P. Scinta Designs, LLC
16 Reviews
Olympia Hills
Ideabooks4,088
Questions6
Thank you so much for your kind feedback. Actually the doors were already in the house when we starting working for this client. We modified the front doors by adding the beveled glass panels. As for the secondary doors, I would try contacting William from Absolute Doors 702-822-0890.
“Light” — chloejake1
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