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Carbine and Associates, LLC
colors, ceiling moulding, floor stain, door colors
See simple 7 1/4 cove moulding. This is the door casing throughout too. This is also the front door type made of fir off the study and master.
I like the grey door for family room
door facing trimwork
doors, floors, fixtures
door color with floor finish
Painted doors...front door color...love the doors...window doors
“walk way for nampally” — aminsharif
Seattle Area Architect
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Carpenter & Carpenter Ltd
9 Reviews
Private Home in Haslemere, Surrey
The under-stairs doors are made from solid douglas fir and stained to match existing doors in the property. They are set on 170 degree hinges to aid access to the storage space under the stairs. Photo by Andrew Carpenter
bespoke doors for under stairs cupboard
made under stairs doors
Under Stairs change of door design?
Door for stair closet
period doors....Under stairs doors...closet doors...awesome door!...Door shape
“stairs” — anniet6866
Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
9 Reviews
Surf Road House 15
Love the flooring in this home. Would you mind sharing the species/stain/brand?? Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I know you have said this is a white oak, but could you tell me what color it was stained. It is the perfect color!! not too light,not too dark. Thank you
The lumber is rough sawn oak, random plank. The stain is a mix on site of dark walnut and several other colors but that was the base. Elizabeth B Gillin Interiors
columns, half walls with stained tops
you could do this as a lead in from the door to the kitchen to add some dimension
“Shelf along side” — sannahouse
Two Ellie
Two Ellie
I like the stained wood...Probably more durable than painted wood.
Love the stain and wood
Reclaimed pine and dark stain
2. A photographer's home in Alabama: A good landing spot near the back door is essential when there are two kids under 10 around. This built-in provides places for coats, scarves, mittens, boots, knapsacks and sports equipment
Dark stain...love the stain!
“Mudroom” — geotrupp19
Benchmark Painting and Carpentry
Moulding Ideas
The wood trim/framing is stained and finished. The door used to be white and was woodgrained (fauxed) to look like stained wood. You can see what we mean by the door in the background being white.
doors to look like real wood
woodgraining on doors
faux finishing doors
passage doors fauxed
woodgraining doors
K.C. Customs & Remodeling, Inc.
F. Home Remodel
Custom Doors Built by K.C. Customs. Photos by Mark Barnes, photographer.
custom doors...custom stain doors...traditional doors...traditional stain...hall doors
“doors” — imeldafi
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Spur Road - Edina, MN
You could do something like this (square shaped) at back entry door with hardwood butting to hall toward pool door and tile toward entry. Simply take the outside perimeter detail and use for the thresholds at your kitchen /hall entry and again
tile at back door to mbr
walnut with medium stain
floor stain color
“walkway in family room” — realipari
Appalachian Woods
Antique Beam Sawn Oak
Our Antique Beam Sawn flooring in random widths from 2.5"-6.5". The flooring was stained with 1 part Bona "medium brown" and one part Bona "natural". Then three clear coats of "Bona naturale" to finish. This gorgeous house overlooks Lake Michigan.
stained with 1 part Bona "medium brown" and one part Bona "natural". Then three clear coats of "Bona naturale" to finish
Awesome 1/2 door--would be great for the dogs. Wood plank walls
“Half door for dogs” — jojo41gogo
Entry Lighting Suggestions
We have a 1988 house that we're updating to be modern with antique/1950s accents (as some of our furniture is). Our foyer is small as it goes directly...
need help with a front portico in front of double doors with beveled glass inserts and sidelites
i don't have the doors yet but, I think 3/4 beveled glass doors would be stunning. I was told i would need to put a front portico of some sort up to protect...
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