EntryRustic Entry, Boston

Driftwood timbers and warm lighting make for an inviting entryway.
Design/Build: South Mountain Co.
Image © Brian Vanden Brink

Example of a mountain style entryway design in Boston —  Houzz
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goofananny wrote:Nov 7, 2015
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    Brilliant! Lighting & Design

    If memory serves me correctly, these are clad Loewen windows in the Liberty Green finish. Check all the available colors here.

moccosisco12 wrote:May 9, 2013
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    Brilliant! Lighting & Design
    This home is clad with 'sinker' cypress clapboards, naturally weathering without stain to a silver-y grey.
    'Sinker' cypress is so named as the logs are salvaged from river bottoms, primarily in the south, and because they have been submerged, are perfectly preserved from the logging era. They are dried slowly and then milled into usable wood. We used them for siding, trim, furniture etc. In fact the spiral stair inside here is also made with 'sinker' cypress.
    Here's a link ( http://sinkertreasures.com/about_river_recovered/) with a little bit of history on the wood.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Danielle added this to Portico/PorchNov 29, 2018

I like the opening height- replace the old logs with white cleans beams

Sandy Wood added this to cabinJan 14, 2018

Combining rustic trim with siding

lcs201 added this to Front DoorNov 2, 2017

This would be great for patio in front of garage

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