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161,106 split door Traditional Home Design Photos
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
Exterior - Back
Also could you tell me the color and material of the front door? Thanks
love back doors what manufacturer are they?
Are the doors sliding or swing? Do the have a name?
windows and doors, upper frame detail
lots of windows and doors out the back
floor; french doors; inviting and open; warm
glass doors and full
Like the patio doors
Out door living spaces.
Love all the doors!...windows + doors...Glass doors...Doors + color...Out door fireplace...Windows And doors...french doors...glass doors
Lauren Leonard Interiors
A door out to the back yard
perfect entry - this is how front door will look just reversed.
Bead board and glass door
Door for guest bedroom
Pic frames next to door
Paneling, door, transom
Door to patio...Paneling, door...study doors...window and door...glass front door...white front door...Front Door Finish
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
I have been searching for doors like this. Could you please tell me where they were purchased. Thank you!
This is a custom door by Stewart Brannen Millwork - you can view their Houzz page at ...
I would like to know where the door was purchased.?
This is a custom front door by Buck Lumber & Building Supply in Charleston, SC.
who makes the front entry door?
This is a custom door done for the homeowner by Stewart Brannen Millwork. You can see their work at .... It looks beautiful in this hallway leading to the porch!
Floors and door with lower panel
Piscataqua Landscaping & Tree Service
Piscataqua Landscaping & Tree Service - Favorites
Walk way with landscaping to front door
This is perfect - the blue, the entire door and surrounding casing, the window above the door, shape of shutters & stonework
Door color and landscaping
Wood surround at front door.
front door and walkway
Door color and stone
what is the door color
Front door...Color on door...door and shutter...Blue door...front door ideas
Royal Building Products
Royal Building Products
Who is the manufacturer for the front doors?
We are unable to confirm the manufacturer of the wooden door—it was chosen to add warmth to this home and play off of our Portsmouth™ 8' Cedar Shingles in Sand and Weathered Gray. Any other questions? Let us know!
Double wood frt doors, copper roof
I love the front door.
Front doors...front doors...front door...Everything. Doors...Steps and door...double doors...double doors...french doors
David Scott Interiors
shows middle front door with a side door to go into the house like us.
Notice outside light by door going into house
Sliding doors. Looks like a transom but is part of the door.
Plain FRENCH DOOR, 2 screen doors
addition - see screen door with sided screens
like the screen door
Narrow French door with lights
ALL the doors!...porch door...Like the door...French doors...Screen door
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
Where is the door from? Thanks
painted garage door and stained front door
Looks like our home. Flat roof frame over front door ?
Dark door with white trim isn't so good in this implementation.
garage door style, flagstone windy walkway, covered porch
Concrete/brick walkway from greenhouse door to back of house?
Douglas Design Studio
Toronto Cabbagetown Home
How do I recreate the glass entry? My front door currently opens directly into the living room and this would be the perfect fix for the awkward entry. Would this have to be a custom job or a potential
I am hoping to do a similar entry for a door that opens directly beside my open kitchen. What are the dimensions of this vestibule? Thanks!
limits large deliveries thru the front door. better have a back door option.
Small vestibule - love the glass windows above door.
Love the window shapes on both doors.
the door and crown molding, an idea to use between the kitchen and laundry
Great idea if doors opens directly to room
front door opens directly into your living space, consider building a small vestibule. A petite glassed-in version, like the one shown here, won’t take up too much space and will still allow light to pass through. A vestibule will protect the interior from wind blowing in each time you open the door; it