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Inspiration for a tropical entryway remodel in Los Angeles with a black front door
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Decor Fusion - Blending Styles

We supplied the 2 planters (rather "cachepots") holding the elephant ears for this Southern Californian craftsman style beach home.

Inspiration for a tropical entryway remodel in Los Angeles with a black front door —  Houzz

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klmirish wrote:October 28, 2012
I love this door! Where can I find it?

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    KOUBOO
    Hi klmirish. I found out about the door. It's kind of a neat story. The door dates all the way back to the 30s when the house was actually built. The anchor shaped door knock came with it and still carries the initials of the original owner. The owners also told me that the house is passed on from owner to owner without a key. Quite amazing. Needless to say though that they cannot trace back who made the door. A good, old carpenter I presume.
  • klmirish
    Oh! Great story and thanks for your follow-up!
Laura wrote:January 19, 2013
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    KOUBOO
    Hi Eidaho, The plants are called Elephant Ears. They like bright sunlight and water. And salty air will not to them any harm. A normal dose of wind is fine as well. Note that they are heavy feeders which means if you grow them in planters they do need fertilizer. I hope that helps.
  • eidaho
    Thank you Kouboo!
Jessica Pagliuca wrote:February 24, 2013
Elephant wicker

- Where can u get it

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    KOUBOO
    Hi Jessica, I am not quite sure if you are referring to the plant or the planter. The plants are Elephant Ears and they are typically available at Home Depot. The planters are made from a fiber called Abaca and are available here http://www.kouboo.com/madras-indoor-planter-large/
Kandee wrote:May 26, 2014
What kind of elephant ears are these? I want some that are big but, do

  • bucky204

    Where I can I find this door, I live in the State of Florida...

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    KOUBOO

    Hi,

    The owner of the house told us that the door is part of the house ever since it was built decades ago. On a fun side note there is no key to that door, and none of owners ever changed that. To answer your question I doubt the door can be purchased anywhere given how old it is.

    Patrice

    KOUBOO

brcasrvr2001 wrote:October 9, 2015
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    KOUBOO

    Hi,

    We shot this pictures 5 years ago at a client's home who bought the baskets from us. I know the door is black, but I wouldn't be able to tell you exactly what shade and finish.

    Best regards,

    Patrice

    KOUBOO

kathyconan wrote:October 21, 2016
What is the flooring?

- What is the flooring?

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    KOUBOO

    Hey Kathy,

    I can't tell you. And I don't have access this client any longer, sorry.

    Best regards,

    Patrice

    KOUBOO

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