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14 beadboard doors Midcentury Staircase Design Photos
Lisa Hallett Taylor
Stairway to Second-Level Main House
maybe they could bend like these. They'd start 2 feet left of the cupboard door and bend at the wall, to finish the ascent before reaching the entrance door to the room. Or, Phyllis had the idea of relocating the cupboard door from the little white room to the blue room. The cupboard would then go with
house is two stories. The main living space, including the backyard, is on the second level, built against an embankment. When you enter the house, the door to the right opens to the garage, and to the left is a large studio that Robert uses as an office.The entryway is a landing pad for the family's comings
John Maniscalco Architecture
Sugar Bowl Residence
Back wall upstair door
front door...light, n glass door
Berkeley Hills House
Clad wall. Glass balustrade. White walls and glass doors. Black stairs
Seattle Architects & Designers
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Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
Revere Quality House Renovation and New Companion House
sliding glass door
Webber + Studio, Architects
Brady Lane Remodel Addition
Coop 15 Architecture
A computer nook is house beneath the stair, just beyond the left side of the photo is a large (8ft wide) pocekting door that can be moved to obscure the work area from view. From the street, this house once again appears essentially as it did when first design by Paul Hayden Kirk in 1955. Later m
This space started out as a 2 car garage! The large garage door openings were replaced with Nana folding doors to create the indoor / outdoor flow to planned courtyard and adjacent guesthouse. An additional Nana door was added to the front side to open up the corner and take advantage of the sweeping
lounge) to work both independently and collectively for the family and numerous weekend guests. Bringing the outdoors in through these expansive Nana doors which virtually disappear as they fold out of the way, was key to connecting the living space with the adjacent courtyard. Across this shared court