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to back split rather than side to side, might be interesting to thing about
Out door space
Holloway Company Inc.
Wild Timber 1
can be split to go around my basement steel posts.
Mid century patio
those doors open for your party. Cover an ugly patio floor with a cheerful outdoor rug or fake grass, set out a café table or lounge chair, and make the space extra appealing with fresh flowers and bright cushions.
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
Screened Porch features outdoor fireplace
columns were split we are in a hurricane area so there is a 4 x 4 inside the column. We also used the Screen Tight system for the screening which works with dimensional material.
this out door place
Two flats in Presidio Heights
backyard - split level
cabinet door design
Cornerstone Construction Services LLC
front door...Walkway split
Mark Pearcy ARCHITECTURE
Portola Valley Residence 2
This door is great! Where is it from and I have to ask what was the price?
Do you know the stain color on the door? I agree with the other comments-- gorgeous.
stone/tile floor and the door
Don't hate that door!
Love this front door!!
for the door....front door...Front Door...Tile and door...Tiles and door...Door love...like door...Porch and Door...love this door...front door?!...Love the door!...Slate and door...the door
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
Belmont Hill Residence
Love the door knocker! Can you tell me where to buy it? It looks like a lion head.
made the door or the sidelights, but I do know the paint color was a glossy black we selected from Benjamin Moore. Good luck!
front door all black with side lights black
This door is nice. OK w/small (understated!) windows at the top and narrow side lite(s). Want door to be wider than 3'
Black and white and door knocker
stone path and the black front door with windows
door, plants(shade loving) PEA GRAVEL PATH? not so sure.
front door. "We play around with the plants in these containers seasonally ... we've also used large boxwoods and fuchsia to add color, texture and height next to the door," says Cunningham. "The garden is always evolving."