Cape Cod Style in Dana Point, California traditional-entry
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Cape Cod Style in Dana Point, California Traditional Entry, Orange County

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Elegant single front door photo in Orange County with a white front door — Houzz

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139enchanted wrote:
can you advise where to get front door
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Terry
I love the creamy color white they have used. Would it be possible to find out what it is? Thanks
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joannahfernando

i dont suppose anyone knows where to get that beautiful large doormat?

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chelseychristensen wrote:
Plants - What kind of tree is used in the pots?
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These are Camellias
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Linda Hitchcock
For my kids with patios.
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esterling wrote:
Beautiful door and sidelights. Could you tell me the manufacturer? Thanks!
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sarita020
Hello there; most likely that's a custom made entrance. I had www.mahoganydoorshonduras.com made for me a custom entrance and it was a nice experience. You can also find them on this same site under Professionals as "Mahogany de Honduras". Good luck !
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Jeanne Carpenter

where can I buy the doormat?

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jococoj wrote:
gorgeous - Hi Wendy, you do lovely work. Will you please share the source for the front door hardware? Many thanks.
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Christinek

The door hardware is the Stepped Entry set from Rocky Mountain Hardware.


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s60088 wrote:
Who is the manufacturer of the door and sidelight? - Who is the manufacturer of the door and sidelights, mainly just the sidelight?
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051566 wrote:
Where is the doormat from? thanks!
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esterling wrote:
Door style? - How would you characterize this style of door?
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Lily Drew wrote:
Door and Sidelights. - What are the dimensions. Trying to appreciate scale. Beautiful design!
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tantacatho wrote:
How wide is that door and how wide is the side lite.
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lbsuss wrote:
Linda - Are the glass panels beveled?
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pharmchic2007 wrote:
where is this doormat from thanks!!!
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mdfrank01 wrote:
The door handle looks very low. Is that just the angle?
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lizne wrote:
I would like to know where to buy that doormat? - Thanks
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emilydfly added this to Exterior
Like the front door is solid with windows to the side
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Love the front door with side window.

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