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c1760 Cape Traditional Entry, Portland Maine

photography by James R. Salomon
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haymond wrote:
What color is the slate floor?
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julieonthecoast

Beautiful! Would you happen to know what color/brand grout you used on the floor?

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Whitten Architects

We're sorry ... we don't not have a record of the specific color/brand of grout used. That said, we typically like to use a color that is in close proximity to the color body of the tile itself. This allows each individual tile to be visually more a part of the entire floor / color / texture.

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Priti Garg wrote:
Are the cabinets custom built? Or can they be ordered/installed?
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Whitten Architects
Thank you for your question. These cabinets were custom built here in Maine. New England in general has an abundant amount of cabinet builders and we've often found custom built cabinetry to be cost effective here.
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meganwiley1
Do you happen to know the depth of the cubbies/closets/cabinets? Thanks!
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LesB wrote:
was the door custom made?
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Whitten Architects
Yes, I believe this door was custom made.
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ETO Doors

ETO Doors sell Dutch Doors and custom doors. For more information go to www.etodoor.com.

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Erika W wrote:
Do you know whom I contact for this? - Custom built French door
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Whitten Architects

It has been awhile since this door was built. Today ... we would start by reaching out to either Simpson Door Company or Rogue Valley Door. We hope this helps!

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Ashley Mays wrote:
Cubby size - What is the width, depth, and height of each cubby?
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Whitten Architects
Thank you for your question. These cubbies are nominally 24" wide x 16" deep.
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md2511 wrote:
door mat - where can i find the door mat or something similar?
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Patty Reich wrote:
Closet Lockers - This is a perfect design. Could I please ask the height of these lockers? May also ask the height of each shoe shelf in the large locker compartment? Thank you so much!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to 15 Home Ideas Fit for a Crowd
1. A chaos-free entry. Tame frustration in the mornings and any time by setting up an entryway organization system and sticking with it. Provide a hook, basket and shelf for each member of the household, and make sure all children and adults shed their stuff before coming into the house. Think you don't have enough room for lockers? Try to make room: The order a system like this creates is worth stealing space from an adjacent room. If there is any way you can create room, go for it. You won't be sorry.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Tracie Witt added this to mud room
Size of cubby 24 wide by 16 deep
cesesch added this to Mud / laundry rooms
two shelves on bottom for shoes
juliegrove1986 added this to Dreamhouse - Mudroom
doors for coats, open shelf on bottom, drawer in between. put shelf inside locker with outlet below
rocknrolla added this to entry hall way wall treatment
i do not want this to be the look.

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