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Example of a classic medium tone wood floor double front door design in Boston with beige walls and a black front door

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Example of a classic medium tone wood floor double front door design in Boston with beige walls and a black front door —  Houzz
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jmoscatello wrote:Sep 22, 2012
  • Doug Henry
    I am interested in purchasing two of these newel posts if available? Please forward information to doug@oldworldmillworks.com Thank you!!
  • Penny Harwood
    Agree with all praise (of newel post) above...just amazing!
kwonnenberg wrote:Nov 23, 2012
lbooth1986 wrote:Apr 5, 2014
  • Pj

    How much would it cost to have one of these made? Or probably two or more in my case?


  • newoodturner

    Good day Pj... the cost depends on a number of factors, including... wood specie, size, etc... please be so kind as to email me with your answers, to newoodturner@gmail.com .. I would be pleased to answer, and to share the making process with the good folks here at Houzz...thanks

jotylaka wrote:Sep 2, 2011
Sara Eizen wrote:Nov 28, 2010
  • jtheend
    I'm looking for a similar floor stain from miniwax. Any ideas?
  • PRO
    Oak & Broad
    Call Minwax and have them send you their sample set. Its about 30 small samples over oak.
wcclark wrote:Nov 13, 2011
  • motherofmaxwell
    Will you please share who manufactured these doors? They are lovely!
  • PRO
    Mahogany de Honduras
    Our specialty is manufacturing all types of exterior doors. A similar double door like that will run about US $ 3,999.00, pre hung , pre finished, delivery, casings in Honduran Mahogany. Thank you.Please see our different models under the Professional section, we appear as Mahogany de Honduras. All the best.
AandE Royal wrote:Jan 22, 2017
  • PRO
    Oak & Broad

    It looks like flaming birch flooring. Do you see the need grain pattern on the left. They really do look like flames :-)

  • PRO
    Rachel Reider Interiors

    That could be the case! They were existing floors so we didn't source them. A walnut stain would achieve a similar look.

Prabhdeep Kaur Hundal wrote:Aug 31, 2015
  • Ajay Nalamada
    What is the color of the door and is this the same color for the railing
  • PRO
    ETO Doors

    If you need solid wood doors go to www.etodoors.com or call (888)Door ETO.

lcdenley wrote:May 10, 2011
kat77 wrote:Feb 9, 2011
  • Claire Watkins
    Look for a hand knotted rug made completely of vegetable dyed wool. Wool is basically indestructible and a vegetable dye is not likely to bleed. Traditional Turkish and Persian rugs for a pattern that won't show dirt (or wine!). As much as I love grass rugs, they are kind of fragile for entries.
    Good Luck!
  • PRO
    Cynthia Taylor-Luce
    Here's where a better quality rug is ideal--wool originating in very cool climates like Tibet or New Zealand has lots of natural lanolin which repells dirt and stains. If you get cheaper wool, it will never stop "fuzzing" and it will accept stains. Just be sure to take it to be professionally cleaned regularly and you'll be fine. Depending on your climate, such as if you have a few months a year when people will be coming in with snowy boots, for example, you might want a synthetic alternative and save the good rug for the drier seasons...
Joni Klein wrote:Dec 11, 2017
  • PRO
    Rachel Reider Interiors

    I would show this photo to a fine carpenter in your area as it was custom.

cece32 wrote:Nov 20, 2016
  • PRO
    Rachel Reider Interiors

    I'm not sure if this one in particular is made anymore since this project was about 6-7 years ago but check out Aqua Creations.

Joy A wrote:Dec 22, 2013
  • suede57
    The rug is a Jonathan Adler, Brown, Pat Nixon Rug.
    The photo is ear marked if you scroll on the lower portion of the picture.
mikeandkerri wrote:Nov 28, 2013
  • franca1966

    Please provide details of flooring.

adamco6 wrote:Aug 19, 2011
  • PRO
    Kelly Porter
    A similar color is Black Magic 6991 (in high gloss) by Sherwin Williams.
Diane wrote:Jul 21, 2011
mj530 wrote:Apr 5, 2011
  • Laura Knight
    I believe the railing is painted black, but I don't know the name of the color or manufacturer.
shannonaileen wrote:Feb 21, 2011
lakerd830 wrote:Jun 14, 2015
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      skoures wrote:Aug 1, 2012
        Gary Burchat wrote:May 16, 2012
          calandash wrote:Mar 25, 2011

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            judithtaylor
            Judith Taylor Designs added this to 11 Ways to Wake Up a Traditional RoomMar 20, 2014

            4. Edit. Many traditional rooms are long overdue for an edit. Accessories and tchotchkes are collected over the years and nothing stands out, even if all the items individually are lovely. Choose a favorite piece to take the role of the focal point, then a couple of supporting characters, and stash the rest. 12 Key Decorating Tips to Make Any Room Better

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            Mary Jo Bowling added this to Grand Entry Elements: Newel Posts Past and PresentDec 30, 2013

            According to Lusthoff, a newel post traditionally encapsulated the architecture of a home and reflected the social class, interests and even occupations of the owners. “A large, ornate newel post indicated wealth and status,” she says. “Grander homes would have more impressive and costly newel posts.”The lathe-turned newel post in this Boston brownstone, renovated by Rachel Rieder Interiors, makes an elegant statement in the foyer.

            becky
            Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Entryway Touches Anyone Can DoDec 9, 2013

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            sam70
            Samantha Schoech added this to Color Guide: How to Work With BlackNov 7, 2012

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            susanstieglitz
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            This newel post was created with a wood turner, which spins the raw wood across a blade and carves it uniformly.

            kgrono
            Kenny Grono added this to An Expert Guide to Safe and Stylish StaircasesFeb 16, 2012

            Newel posts are another stair part you may be able to find salvaged. Salvaged or new, the newel anchors the railing. Any time you have a building element that is fastened to a wall only at one end of the span, you have the potential for wobble. Some stair railings go up several floors in a continuous loop before they reach a wall. A firmly anchored newel post is critical to making sure your railing is secure. If your existing newel post is wobbly, you can buy a kit from the hardware store that contains angle brackets to anchor it to the floor, and wood trim with space routed out so that it hides the brackets. Once it's painted or stained, it will look like a part of the post. If the post is on the first floor and you have a basement, you can hide the fasteners by coming up from below with lag screws.

            nataliemyers
            Natalie Myers added this to To Do: Choose Your Weekend ProjectJan 28, 2012

            On my own list: painting doors (black). I am obsessed with the look of glossy black doors with matte white walls. I really want to paint my interior doors all black. And I will. But there are 10 of them, and it means taking the door off the hinges and removing the hardware first. Most doors would need to be primed before the new paint is applied. This is a bigger project, but it's not hard. One day I will motivate to just get it done. Your comments might help in that department.

            becky
            Becky Harris added this to Fresh Start: Paint the Front DoorJan 3, 2012

            Black provides crisp punctuation inside as well, drawing attention to the details of these unique doors and tying it to the banister. Tell us: Are you thinking about updating your door? Scroll down to the Comments section and tell us what color you'd pick — or post a photo of your own beloved front door! More: 7 Ways to Make the Front Entry Matter AgainCurb Appeal: The Front DoorHow to Choose an Exterior DoorMore front-door photos

            becky
            Becky Harris added this to Aqua Creations: Lighting as SculptureAug 21, 2011

            An unexpected light plum fabric fixture in the entryway lets guests know they are not entering a strictly traditional space.

            erinlangnorris
            Erin Lang Norris added this to 12 Ways to Avoid Entryway ChaosJul 21, 2011

            Coat tree. More unique than your average wall-mounted hooks or coat closet, a coat tree is a practical way to hang things you won't need until later. I like the thought of seeing my favorite scarves and hats as I come and go. Why hide the things you find beautiful and visually stunning? I like this one made from reclaimed roots.

            rebekahzaveloff
            KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors added this to How to Update a Traditional StaircaseJul 12, 2011

            Don't be afraid to mix styles in a space. Take the concept a black handrail, newel post and railing a step further and paint the front door black. And add an unexpected modern light fixture and rug. I just can't say enough about this foyer. I love the tension between the heavy and traditional newel post, doors and crown moulding and the uber graphic rug and modern pendant.

            shoshana
            Love Your Room LLC added this to How to Choose the Right Rug for Your EntrywayJul 11, 2011

            If you have a smaller entry hall, go big with your rug’s size and pattern. Measure the width of the entry and look for a rug that will take up a bulk of the space. You will find you have more choices with larger rugs. Find one that has a large geometric shape that will fool the eye into thinking the space is larger.

            erikaward
            Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Weekend Decorating: 8 Ideas for Lighting Your EntryApr 22, 2011

            Explore alternative materials. New uses for various materials are popping up in each seasons' interior design trends. Silk, for example, has made its way from upholstery and drapery to pendant lighting. Traditionally, silk brings an air of elegance to any environment and provides this entry with a touch of luxe.

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