92 secure Hall Design Photos

Cambuild
4 Reviews
Queens
Ideabooks2,379
Questions3
home. Nothing adds history to a traditional-style house like stained-glass panels in the front door. Just be sure you install a deadbolt for extra security.
“its column and its capital” — haroub
Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
North Peak
Ideabooks5,218
Questions3
A large fireproof door was added to completely shut off the upstairs from the downstairs. “It’s also the world’s most secure baby gate,” Elkins says.
“WHEELS” — burrasagar
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Noyack Creek
Ideabooks1,117
Questions2
Oooo, check out that bridge and its security details
“Tapeta” — gabrielakrskova
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Witt Construction
2 Reviews
woodlawn residence
Ideabooks3,975
Questions5
Bic upstairs by security gate
“Door trim, moulding” — lajmom
Elad Gonen
1 Review
hall
Ideabooks1,986
Questions1
Security gate
“railing” — majaarnold
Farmhouse Hall
Ideabooks5,769
Questions6
Turn a new leaf. Pages from a botanical book are secured to the wall with dressmaker’s pins here. This light-handed approach is particularly appealing given the delicacy of the subjects.More: 7 Unexpectedly
“Leaf pics on the wall” — Paul Gelb
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
San Francisco Shingle Style
Ideabooks15,695
Questions5
Like this hidden door for security.
Love the idea of the hidden stairway to the 2nd floor, good for security. Love bookcase along
Book storage. Idea for securing bottom floor access to main floor. :)
hidden door for security.
“Secret door” — hndenman
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
Hallway + Stair
Ideabooks1,437
Questions5
while some will argue this point, a casement window with a multi-point locking system will generally be harder to break through, making the house more secure.
while some will argue this point, a casement window with a multi-point locking system will generally be harder to break through, making the house more secure.
“Casement windows” — woofmum
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