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Arts and CraftsCraftsman Entry, DC Metro

Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography

Entryway - craftsman entryway idea in DC Metro —  Houzz
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Kitchens by Bruce LLC wrote:Aug 29, 2012
  • tamidennison
    I live in Concord NH is there anyway I can get a door like this
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    Richard Leggin Architects
    I would suggest calling Abernethy Sticks directly - they might be able to help you out, or direct you to a local fabricator. 301-942-2667
betheroo52 wrote:May 1, 2015
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    Simpson Door Company

    betheroo52 –

    This front door looks to be from our Craftsman Series #6803
    which you can find here: http://bit.ly/1J2AqAh

    It also has an added dentil shelf #9541.

    Let us know if you have any questions. Happy door hunting!

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    Richard Leggin Architects

    Thank you for your interest. We would be happy to help with any other questions as well!

maggiepass wrote:May 12, 2014
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    Richard Leggin Architects

    Hello, and thank you for your question. The client used a color consultant for interior and exterior colors, but a similar combination might be Benjamin Moore's Distant Gray (OC-68) for the trim and Prescott Green (HC-140) for the main color. The stone is a natural flag stone.

  • J LV

    Hello, is the kitchen floor slate?


grannylinda0607 wrote:Nov 10, 2013
  • maggiepass
    what are the colors and product used for siding
  • ajkahn7317

    I'd also like to know what paint colors you used. Don't see them posted. Beautiful with the stone and natural wood.


esna wrote:Jan 29, 2013
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    Worthington Millwork, LLC
    We are able to make the columns. it is hard to determine the top and bottom width based on an image, since these columns come in so many different sizes. many people call these "bungalow" or "craftsman" columns. Google that and you will find an abundance of information!
  • marilynp1207
    paint color please
Jennifer Trebil wrote:Jun 20, 2012
nanand wrote:Jun 1, 2016
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    Richard Leggin Architects

    Hi Nanand, and thank you for your question. The stairs are actually field stone risers with mortar joints, and flagstone treads. Let us know if you have any other questions or any design needs!

melstones4567 wrote:Sep 20, 2013
donnamcosta wrote:Mar 17, 2013
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    Richard Leggin Architects

    Hello, and thank you for your question. The client used a color consultant for interior and exterior colors, but a similar combination might be Benjamin Moore's Distant Gray (OC-68) for the trim and Prescott Green (HC-140) for the main color.

mariewhitehead wrote:Aug 5, 2012
graciemax wrote:Apr 24, 2012
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    Richard Leggin Architects

    Hello, and thank you for your question. The client used a color consultant for interior and exterior colors, but a similar combination might be Benjamin Moore's Distant Gray (OC-68) for the trim and Prescott Green (HC-140) for the main color.

Becca B wrote:Oct 27, 2016
    Peter Ekstam wrote:Sep 20, 2014
      vking12 wrote:May 21, 2014

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        brennamedia
        Brenna Malmberg added this to Prepare Your Home for Trick-or-TreatersSep 19, 2016

        Check lightbulbs. Once you flip on the front porch light switch, check to see if you have any burned-out bulbs. Replace them so that your front door and steps are well-lit.

        ventanaconstruction
        Ventana Construction LLC added this to 6 Steps to Planning a Successful Building ProjectOct 29, 2013

        3. Interview contractors. Contractors are frequently brought into the process once a final schematic design has been selected. Usually there is at least a general idea of how the home will look from the outside, a dimensioned floor plan and some preliminary material selections. With this much information, it’s possible to provide preliminary estimates of cost. Contractors are often asked to estimate the schematic design as part of the interview process. It may take a couple of weeks to set up the interviews and generally at least two to three weeks after interviews to receive the estimates. Altogether it could take four to six weeks to interview candidates and receive estimates. After that you may want to call references, visit jobsites or do additional research before making a decision about the contractor you will hire.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        cynthia_knapp48
        Cynthia Knapp added this to Cynthia's ideasMay 3, 2019

        concrete treads on stairs, stone face on step riser

        shayna_bowling
        Shayna Bowling added this to Shayna's ideasMar 3, 2019

        I like how this transom is separated as well

        chipormond
        Lee Ormond added this to Front porchesJan 25, 2019

        like the gradual taper of the columns

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