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Example of a classic medium tone wood floor single front door design in Baltimore with a black front door
Elizabeth Reich
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Jenkins Baer Associates

Absolutely love this wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries. Thomas O'Brien light fixture. Contractor Smart Homes Services

Example of a classic medium tone wood floor single front door design in Baltimore with a black front door —  Houzz

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debs123 wrote:June 19, 2012
Where did you find this rug??? I love it!

  • lranji
    I love the runner, can you tell me the manufacturer?
  • Brian Glaser
    Can you tell me who makes the storm door? I love it painted black!
lklong wrote:June 29, 2012
What type of paint and paint finish did you use for the black hand rail?

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    Elizabeth Reich
    It is a dark brown, the front door is black. "Night Shade" I just painted on my interior doors throughout my own house and it's perfect & would be gorgeous on a dark railing.
  • Celindy Kellum
    Oh thank you also! I am looking for a chocolate gloss color for my handrail b/c my colors are beige/red/green/gold. i think would look great!
bcooper1 wrote:September 18, 2012
this wallpaper is beautiful! how can i find it?

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    Elizabeth Reich
    Thank you, we loved it too! It's a printed grasscloth by Phillip Jeffries.
  • Cynthia Engdahl
    Where can I find this wallpaper for purchase? Exactly which data are best used to describe the paper? I'd say tan or ecru with white floral, trellis/lattice accents. Hat is the color, anyway?
lindaskene wrote:March 7, 2013
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    Elizabeth Reich
    I would start with White Oak. I typically don't like to see any red in my floors. Mostly browns or grey undertones.
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karen wrote:May 26, 2013
What color of the interior side of the black front door?

sejal624 wrote:November 6, 2013
    Elizabeth Aurelia wrote:January 3, 2014
    Nicely done. What is the treatment on the newel post and handrail?

    - Thank you very much

      kbaron wrote:January 9, 2014
      What is the color of the adjoining room? Is it all one color? Lovely

        jjmom wrote:June 4, 2014
        Lovely runner! I was wondering who makes this?

        • ygold1

          Hello, where can I find the rug?

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