15,254 split door Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Gabriel Builders Inc.
11 Reviews
Gabriel Builders
Ideabooks4,884
Questions6
Love the ceilings and arched door ways.
Candle sconce over door
“fireplace” — drstdo
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
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Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
14 Reviews
Montecito Home
Ideabooks1,392
Questions3
windows/doors look of house washed concretee
French doors
“poke out on roof to open the roofline for family room” — TA Management LLC
Vanguard Studio Inc.
3 Reviews
5700 Spanish oaks
Ideabooks2,403
Questions3
Who makes the windows and doors?
scheme I want w rock and stucco and that stone and grass is in front of wood doors at entry
“I like the greenery between the tile, however, I would put it at an angle.” — cpsnessa
Great Falls Distinctive Interiors Inc.
2 Reviews
Tuscan Elegance
Ideabooks2,321
Questions7
What kind of glaze is on the wooden doors of the the island?
white finish with a mocha glaze. Adding a glaze is fantastic because if your doors and drawers have a little detail, the glaze settles in the shadow lines.
“Island matches rafters Nice tie in” — joe2213
Ryan Street & Associates
Bowman
Ideabooks80
Questions0
this is what I mean over the garage doors
“Vidrios” — gabbyramosgutierrez
Onshore Construction & Development, Inc.
Onshore Custom Home Jupiter Island
Ideabooks339
Questions1
View of living room, dinning room glass windows and doors
Windows and Doors
“pavers” — hceisenberg
Timothy Corrigan, Inc.
3 Reviews
Eco-Friendly Tuscan Estate
Ideabooks7,796
Questions9
The library is one of the few rooms with only one set of French doors, so Corrigan tapped into its darker personality with reclaimed wood paneling, a red
positioning of doors/chair
“gomme kitaplik” — busrayata
Lori Smyth Design
4 Reviews
Stone cabana
Ideabooks10,559
Questions2
love the stone welcome mat an the "door" created by the greenery and steps. The stone seating is very welcoming and
left patio/pool door 1
“Inviting-ness.” — rdadee
where did you get the split doors?
could a regular door be split into two ? how? also could a sil be added on the "top of the bottom half like this door? how? On a budget, just had...
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