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Gable Building Corp.
I like these doors, maybe an idea for toilet privacy
Doors with softer color for contempoary design?
doors if we tried barn doors
Doors could be used instead of cabinets
fake door to make the bathroom look bigger
door with frosted glass
mirrors in bathroom doors
paneled doors ............dark
Glass panel door for bathroom
Like the doors only!
bath doors...French doors...walkin closet door?...I like the doors...dark wood doors...frosted glass doors
Acadian Home Living Room
two double doors or large windows
location of fireplace between the french doors with
doors on side of fire place
horizontal divided light on french doors
French doors to side of fireplace
trim, crown molding, two french doors on either side of the fireplace
French doors on either side of fireplace
trim on top of doors
Doors for livingroom
Framed glass door (I like)
French doors opening to
fireplace and french doors
french doors around fireplace
Thick trim around doors.
French doors...doors and fireplace...double french door...Door Framing #2...french doors
Celtic Custom Homes
Entry to home
What is manufacturer of front door and what color stain?
Mahogany, it's been a few years but I believe the manufacturer was either GlassCraft or MAI. If you show this picture I'm sure a local door supplier could find it. The door is a 8 foot double, but we did the woodwork above it on site. Hope that helps.
I like wroth iron art work in doors
Front door and case around door
CBI Design Professionals, Inc.
Side Entry Exterior
Arched Door & Side Windows - Gorgeous.....Please tell me more?
The windows and doors are architectural grade fully custom units. They were built by Grabil Windows and Doors in Almont, Michigan. They are solid wood (Mahagony) and stained. The house veneer is Indiana Buff Limestone
actually an open porch when we started. We filled in the arch with custom fabricated units. The are stained Mahagony. The supplier was Grabill Windows and Doors in Almont Michigan. They are a wonderful custom millwork group that works on projects all over the country so I'm sure they would be able to take care
love the door with the arch
New house exterior idea. I would like to implement precast limestone over the doors and windows.
Menter Architects LLC
Classic Seattle 4 Square Residence
Doors in laundry room, one chalkboard, one whiteboard
Do we put magnetic chalkboard on closet doors in mud room
doors with blackboard paint
Blackboard on pocket door
Doors to close off storage
One door of cabinet chalkboard
Chalkboard material. style of door
Like the chalkboard doors
Chalkboard door in mudroom
Chalkboard doors...chalk board at door...Blackboard doors...Back door area :)...Chalk board doors...glass front door...white front door...Front Door Finish
Gilday Renovations Design Build
Tudor Style Addition in Chevy Chase
screen door, side door, rail, interior, ceiling and fan and molding 3
porch screen door with spit in middle
Like the screened details and door, walls, etc... of porch
like color of wood and posts, doors
Simple jaali wala door
door to screen porch
French doors...Wood out door...porch & door...Screen door...doors, entry...Screen doors...screen door
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
style doors on the barn doors. archer and buchanan architecture is in West Chester, PA
Like the Stone Corners and up to top of doors
shingle on roof, siding, doors, stone
Basement, stonework, and doors
garage doors...barn exterior door...carriage doors...carriage doors...wood garage doors
Staying Put by Duo Dickinson
Doors and windows. Love
I like these french doors because they look really nice and let in a lot of light and can open to let in air.
I like these french doors because they are simple and light.
French doors and lots of windows
Use the sides and the French door for the downstairs family room area. light and bright.
love the double doors and extra windows. Maybe we can do that to the patio.
Open up to the outside. Dickinson provides some excellent examples of how we can use modern windows and doors to strengthen the connection between inside and outside. Our homes, says Dickinson, no longer need be "later-day caves."