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Appalachian Woodwrights
11 Reviews
Entry Doors
Ideabooks1,180
Questions3
Shake look siding in dark gray around front door and small regular dark gray siding on rest of house with lighter gray garage door, black front door or darkest gray front door and white trim around windows
Like everything but the window style
door knocker and windows with "bars"
Not the side windows
clear glass, side windows
“color with grAY” — Jennifer Mangan
beaglesdoitbetter
Entry Foyer
Ideabooks349
Questions3
arched window over door, arched doorways
Like the window above the door
for window above door
front window...Window above door...arched window
“below ceiling - one wall” — Gaylene Bolanos
Sennikoff Architects
4 Reviews
La Quinta Golf Bungalows
Ideabooks252
Questions1
Window tile
Window, blue accents
wrought iron window cover
window surrounds?...Tile at window...tile around windows
“Arch” — bobheckel
Southwest Door & Window
2 Reviews
Iron Doors
Ideabooks13
Questions0
Twin Door with glass replaced in transom window and faux finished window frame.
Plano Premier Door & /Window Specialist
Southwest Door & Window
faux finish window
“Plano Premier Door & /Window Specialist” — lauraamymike
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
Entry
Ideabooks190
Questions0
The beams, the top windows, the ceiling above the door.
Love this front door -- size and windows
Door bumps out but above window still on main house wall like ours
woodwork; front door; transom windows
my dormer windows
“Craftsman style” — gkersgard
Gary J Ahern, AIA - Focal Point Design
2 Reviews
Euclid Ave - Atherton
Ideabooks103
Questions0
Interior transom windows. Stained front
Window above Front Door
Window over threshold
Windows over walkthrough
transom windows...transom window
“interior transoms” — snod85
Logan's Hammer Building & Renovation
1 Review
Meek Residence
Ideabooks330
Questions1
1919, the Board of Health advised folks to keep their windows cracked during the winter to let in fresh air because the flu was an airborne illness. Radiator companies responded by making radiators a lot bigger so they could heat homes while windows were open during the winter. When the depression hit
1919, the Board of Health advised folks to keep their windows cracked during the winter to let in fresh air because the flu was an airborne illness. Radiator companies responded by making radiators a lot bigger so they could heat homes while windows were open during the winter. When the depression
hit in the '20s folks weren't so worried about the flu anymore and were more worried about saving money. Windows were closed, and radiators were suddenly too hot. Folks soon learned that by painting their radiators with a paint that contained metal flakes, they could cut the output of the radiator by
“Color on radiators” — Marc Hourican
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mudroom (2nd laundry room)
Ideabooks2,755
Questions7
closet stuff and like the light coming in from the door & window-with the bench in front of that window.
small bench under window. Lots of storage and closet space,
side entry with bench, storage, & window
Like the slate floor, window and external access (in addition to access to the garage). A back stair is a nice to have, but not a necessity (we have one now).
“slate tile pattern?” — krcrowley
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