Houzz is the new way to design your home.
6,709 doors transom Garage and Shed Design Photos
EPOCH SOLUTIONS INC
The flooring is reclaimed cypress. The cabinets were specially designed for the space - (Brookhaven cabinetry- Winfield door style- Heartwood Maple- Natural with a black glaze). Unsure of paint color as it was chosen by the home owner. Hope this helps (and not too delayed)
The screen door and recrigerator
screen door...Chalkboard door
Virginia’s choice for Custom Closets, Home Offices, Murphy Beds & More
TR Building & Remodeling Inc.
Ultimate man cave and sports car showcase
love the way the door opens
LOVE THIS LOOK, steps up to driveway directly in front of garage door. Might not be feasible on our lot
Carriage Style Doors
Craig McMahon Architects, Inc.
#4 another interior door idea, horizontal wood planking
rock border and barn doors
consider barn doors...barn doors
My Houzz: Atlanta Honeycomb Studio Tour
This may be a concept for a lower level bedroom/apartment with the front door opening up on the north side where entry would be via the ally and the patio might also be
red door...red door
Eisner Design LLC
Uses garage doors with vertical open
doesn't need to be lit by anything but natural light during the day. More:6 Garage Organizing Tips That Really WorkA New Look for the Overlooked Garage Door
Paver by door...glass door
Alonso & Associates, Inc.
La Victoria - Wellington
Stalls, Brass Door arch and posts
that the horses can stick their heads out. I also like the bars on the walls to hold blankets or halters with lead ropes. I don't like the mesh on the doors.
wire full door horse stalls
see through doors
1920's Addition and Garage
wood garage doors
92 Square Foot Backyard Office
7. Show yourself the door. Whenever possible, you should have a view of the door to the room in which you're working (along with that nature view). We humans tend to get a little on edge if we can't be
with the shou-sugi-ban technique. The treatment weatherizes the wood, prevents rot and bugs, and enhances fire resistance. Large windows and sliding doors blur the lines between the indoors and out, making the space feel larger. "People have been using the shou-sugi-ban treatment in Asia for a long time