31,275 old doors Living Room Design Photos

Eric Reinholdt
4 Reviews
Pond House
panelled window/door - hung from top of frame?
mahogany doors...sliding doors
“goodly” — Aleksandra
Loudon County's Leading Custom Window Provider
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R Brant Design
Lee Avenue Residence
sliding glass door, with "transom"
great window & doors
glass door
“Techo y cortina” — lorenabriggs
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
14 Reviews
Project 13
The arched door ways... BEAUTIFUL!!
stone around door...Door arch
“Warmth” — findurfit
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Pass Residence
Love the open feel clean lines bring the out doors in
Beyond the front door, suspended reclaimed barn beams create a rhythm down the gallery.To the left, the open fireplace is repeated outside on the patio. To the right, the end of the gallery becomes part of the master bedroom; the reclaimed barn doors slide across to enclose it.Beams: K.P.Holt
“Stone wall” — kalang123
Axiom Luxury Homes
The Nantucket Show Home
like the framing and the window to the left instead of a door way
Simple around windows and doors
Door knobs
“Right size and it looks like molding doesn't have to go all the way around” — michellelamb
Best & Company
2 Reviews
El Dorado
Who makes the interior doors?
Door latch...Beautiful doors
“Wall art” — androu
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
1 Review
Living Room
Is that a real/faux screen door in the corner? Is it decorative or does it serve a purpose? The whole room is gorgeous!
These are custom cabinets with an antique faux mirror custom inlay in the doors - done by William C. Pritchard Co. in South Carolina. We love them too, they turned out beautifully! Thank you for your question!
I like the wood beamed ceiling and unique bookcase doors.
“floor” — kymko225
7 Reviews
Floor to ceiling, nooks, not too many doors
TV over cabinets surrounded by cubbies (which could also be enclosed with cabinet doors).
Present a united frontRooms with large windows and doors, such as those in barn conversions, are flooded with light, but often don’t have much free wall space. In these cases, it’s best to constrain shelving in one area, rather than trying to squeeze it into every spare pocket of space around the room
“Love this wall of built ins” — Ruth Fink
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