504 replace glass panel door Midcentury Home Design Photos

2fORM Architecture
3 Reviews
Mid-Century Remodel
Ideabooks1,182
Questions3
Can you tell me who made the door? Thank you!
Like the window around it - not sure about the door
nother five panel frosted glass front door
Door and panel. Panel to access mud room?
Using frosted glass for privacy, yet allowing light to enter the hallway, is great way to add character and unique
French door replacement
Frosted glass front door
mid century entry door
Love this front door.
Door and exterior color contrast
front door, side window
frosted door with clear sidelights
Entrance door and glass
New Entry Door Higher Resolution Photography
frosted glass front door
Front door...Double doors...Like the door...Part glass...Glass door....door and paneling...Exterior Door...midcentry door...Timber paneling...front door...Front Door Finish...wood front door
“Front door” — siara
BiLDEN
7 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks13,041
Questions5
I would love to get a door like this. Any ideas on where to find it?
is more info available such as the color and finish used on this door?
would also love to know the paint color on this, as we are looking into painting our front door orange, and would love some
Door color? I live very far away from this door so no conflict? Please?
If you have any questions about ordering a door or doorlite kit online
This, and another door on on the job were custom-made by our carpenter using kits from Crestview. See www.crestviewdoors.com/ Really quite simple, actually.
Front Door. Took typical wood slab door and then inserted the glass panels.
Front door with rocks and pavers?
While midcentury in feeling, the front door is new. The designer explains that the carpenter "did surgery" on a typical wood slab door and then inserted the glass panels; these panels are from Crestview in Austin, Texas.
“le punch orange et les pas rectangulaires dans les galets” — p_tit_mimi
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks2,527
Questions4
light/contemporary/clean and warm/organic/crafted. i'm wondering if you can share the wood and wood treatment that you selected for the ceiling and paneling? we are currently choosing ceiling wood for our bedroom. our architect has recommended cedar, which i've thought of pickling. this looks like the
Who fabricated the glass walls and who designed them? Is the pattern sandblasted?
currently working on a new glass pattern for a house under construction in West Seattle. --Nils Finne, AIA
Hi, Thanks for your question about the interior wood paneling at our Lake Forest Park
Hello, Thank you for your question regarding the glass pattern at the master bedroom and master bath at our Lake Forest Park project. I designed the pattern by creating a hand drawn sketch and translating that sketch into a film that was applied to the glass. The film was made and installed by Brower Tinting
“bedroom or living openness but closed” — nathanr21
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks1,290
Questions0
a pen, then digitized it and had it transfered to a film for the glass. The pattern is thickest at the bottom and lightens up as it goes higher
A sliding patterned glass panel separates the master bedroom from the hallway. Finne drew the pattern
A sliding patterned glass panel separates the master bedroom from the hallway. Finne drew
Love glass wall idea to separate
This reminds me of the Glass House show.......
A sliding patterned glass panel separates the master bedroom from
A sliding patterned glass panel separates the master bedroom from the hallway. Finne drew the pattern freehand with a pen, then digitized it and had it transfered to a film for the glass. The pattern is thickest at the bottom and lightens up as it goes higher.
“Window film” — secretplace91
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Tarrytown Pavilion
Ideabooks4,270
Questions5
Could we get a response from the architect with regard to the door vendor?
nice glass doors- how are they preventing light and heat?
Who manufactured these doors? we are looking at this same type of scenario in San Antonio but can't find a manufacturer who can make it happen. Thank you so much for the information. Lori
And all our exterior doors and windows are LEED certified! Will add pics when complete. We also have a bifold or accordian type of doors from Sierra Pacific that we are using. Not in yet either. Lori
Call your local glass company. If they do commercial storefront glass the can fabricate these
We just purchased stacking doors from Sierra Pacific windows. Love the fact that they plant all the trees they use in their products
“glass walls” — Nicole Antony
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks1,774
Questions1
I like the nana retractable doors and deck railing
Decking between door and patio , stone patio
The way the doors open. Partition Doors
and out to encourage better flow, and to replace the sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior.
entry didn’t encourage that, so Yama worked with contractor U Unlimited to match the floor levels inside and out to encourage better flow, and to replace the sliders with retractable NanaWalls, erasing distinctions between interior and exterior.
“see through house from entry” — lilyrubydarnell
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks1,686
Questions3
I'd love the door color too
Alison, what color is that door please?
Door color and frosted glass panel
Love the bright door! Owl planter is AWSOME too. Who's there?
a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile.
Maybe the third planter by the front door.
front door color plus quirky planter
Love the lime green entry door and the frosted glass side panel (cute owl planter too!)
stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile. 2. Paint your door a bright color. A cheerfully bright, mood-boosting hue is a great way to light up a small or dark entryway. Try yellow, lime green or aqua.
the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile.
I love the color of the especially the door.
“owl” — nikki60
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks967
Questions1
glass railing of stairwell at entry photo bruce damonte
remodel was to minimize doors and maximize glass. In keeping with that goal, he replaced the wood wall with panels of clear glass, enhancing the flow of light as well as the view.
Glass letting light into a stairway
Yama’s mission throughout the remodel was to minimize doors and maximize glass. In keeping with that goal, he replaced the wood wall with panels of clear glass, enhancing the flow of light as well as the view.
Glass wall near stairs to maximize flow and light
floor and wall panels. The colour scheme is slightly clinical but yet very warm
glass partion next to the stairs
limiting the flow of light into the downstairs. Yama’s mission throughout the remodel was to minimize doors and maximize glass. In keeping with that goal, he replaced the wood wall with panels of clear glass, enhancing the flow of light as well as the view.
“Light” — jemiferjemings
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