Cape Elizabeth traditional-entry
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Cape Elizabeth Traditional Entry, Portland Maine

François Gagné
Entryway - traditional entryway idea in Portland Maine with a medium wood front door — Houzz

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Sara Johnson wrote:
Windows? - Are the windows black or bronze?
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The windows are black.
Lisa Murad wrote:
Exterior porch lights - Who makes these.
unga22 wrote:
Blue prints? - Do you have the blue prints?
sandy189 wrote:
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Rebecca wrote:
Porch - Can you please tell me what material was used on the porch flooring? Thank you
andreed wrote:
what width is the board and battan is it rough sawn?

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Anne Colby added this to Photo Flip: Good Dog! Cute Pooches at Home
A pair of friendly dogs echo the pleasing symmetry of this entry to a traditional home in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
Brenna Malmberg added this to Prepare Your Home for Trick-or-Treaters
Put away pets. Your family pet may be the nicest on the block, but not everyone knows that or likes animals. You also don’t want your pet to inadvertently hurt any candy-seeking visitors. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that homeowners keep pets inside and away from the door for everyone’s benefit, including the pets’.

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aperry94 added this to aperry94's ideas
Porch. Large beam, metal roof with cool gutter detail. Stone step.
billie_hopps added this to April 2018
4. Care for furry friends. Summer poses some unique challenges for our pets, but with a little extra care, you can ensure your furry friends are healthy all season long. If you will be traveling this summer without your pet, be sure to plan ahead to set up care. Most pets are more comfortable in their own homes, so consider using a professional pet sitter rather than a kennel, which can be stressful. To keep pets safe in the heat, you should provide access to shade and ample fresh water and never leave pets in a car unattended.How to Keep Your Pet Calm and Carrying On During Fireworks

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