1,106 Its all in the details Traditional Entry Design Photos

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24th Street | Santa Monica, CA
Its all in the details
“Composition” — nkleinva
Clarity Homes
1 Review
It's all about the details
It's all about the details
Lisa Quinlan Design
3 Reviews
It's all about the details
It's all about the details
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CB Conlin Landscapes
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MKandcompany Interior Design & Decoration
It's All In The Details
It's All In The Details
“the flowers aroidn the entry” — clnt
Buckingham Interiors + Design LLC
5 Reviews
Wicker Park Historic Restoration
Love the lamp fixture. Where I can purchase it?
I have been looking everywhere for the detail scrolls for my staircase. Any suggestions?
says that he can probably build whatever I want, but it might be more cost effective to buy it if it's available. Thanks!
I love the detail on the side paneling of the staircase, was this created by hand or can you provide the company that
Sometimes its a good idea to let the craftsmen craft :-)
Love the lamp and it would be fairly easy to make with a little electric know-how. The rest of the space I just love with its old world charm and beautiful workmanship
Like the floors do not like the staircase at all.
extravaganza is a bold choice. You may love it or hate it, but I think the shape and size are well-matched to the foyer and the colors of the black cords and the warm bulbs are a good match for the dark woodwork.This home has incredible period details in the staircase and door and even in the ceiling cartouche
“Cut work on the stairs” — Hilary Top
Mandy Brown
11 Reviews
Attention to details
What is the top wall color? I love it.
it prefinished. The company is called Glenview Doors. http://www.glenviewdoors.com/PRODUCT-DETAILS/GD-495S_SL_ArchTop/Product-Details-Page.html
would suggest a darker shade of paint to hide some of those little fingerprints, if your décor can handle it. With warmest regards, Deborah
it's a water based polyurethane Called Streetshoe. It's virtually odorless and dries fast. It also doesn't yellow. The finish is satin. http://www.basiccoatings
anything similar to this already made, but i think it's not hard to build one that's close in style.
It's an American cherry custom door. We purchased it
Victoria...Dura Seal makes spice brown. It's a beautiful stain!
“floor” — aggiemomma
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Fairfield, CT
Love everything!! Are these walls painted or wallpaper? if paper, could you please give details? Thanks!
where did you get the lovely table...I love it!
also furnished with the door. This element was fully detailed by Peter Zimmerman Architects and custom built & glazed by a local mill shop in Fairfield.
I don't - the clients' selected it.
I don’t think so. Not for something like this. At least I couldn’t find anywhere that made it as you see it. I had to custom make it.
I don't have the exact breakdown of costs regarding the door. Classic Door supply made all of the custom doors, they might be able to help you.
Millwork details around door frame, wainscot, edge molding
“Walls” — emilyolson
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