Arlington RidgeContemporary Entry, DC Metro

Addition to a mid-century modern home in Arlington, VA with views to the DC skyline.
Paul Burk Photography

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3peas wrote:Jun 21, 2014
trevsgirl wrote:Mar 5, 2017
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    REVE Design Studio, Inc.

    The door was designed by us and custom made by American Cedar & Millwork in Millersville, MD. It is solid Mahogany with a Sikkens clear polyurethane coating.

    The lock/lever is Schlage Latitude.

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    R-U-S Doors, Inc.

    Absolutely amazing look on the front door! + all around :)


denissecarrette wrote:Sep 4, 2014
pbonaduce wrote:Jul 10, 2017
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    REVE Design Studio, Inc.

    Thank you for your question. The paving is 2" Thermal Select Bluestone.

michaeladavis wrote:Sep 28, 2016
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    REVE Design Studio, Inc.

    The brick is from the original 1950's house. Sorry we couldn't be of more help.

clsween1 wrote:Jul 28, 2016
clsween1 wrote:Jul 28, 2016
Benji Design wrote:Nov 21, 2013
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    REVE Design Studio, Inc.
    The door was custom made out of mahogany by a local millworker in the DC area.

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Affecting Spaces added this to 10 Surefire Ways to Boost Curb AppealNov 17, 2016

4. MaterialsCovering your house in a new veneer and siding can breathe fresh life into your exterior. You can layer on brick or stone veneer to bring substance to the front of your home. Also, consider the underside of your overhang — adding tongue and groove cedar can raise your front porch to a new level. The entry of this home in Virginia, renovated by REVE Design Studio, features bluestone paving and a western redcedar ceiling.

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lizzyfeds
lizzyfeds added this to exterior paint2 days ago

The Hardi-Panel is BM Nantucket Grey and the trim is BM Celery Salt.

mairih
mairih added this to HMR Yard4 days ago

Covering your house in a new veneer and siding can breathe fresh life into your exterior. You can layer on brick or stone veneer to bring substance to the front of your home. Also, consider the underside of your overhang — adding tongue and groove cedar can raise your front porch to a new level. The entry of this home in Virginia, renovated by REVE Design Studio, features bluestone paving and a western redcedar ceiling.

ldaehn
ldaehn added this to RenovationNov 5, 2019

Ceiling planks—consider for front entry & porch ceilings

joleneack
joleneack added this to entranceNov 4, 2019

Cedar ceiling, bluestone pavers, black post, door

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