Entryway - traditional entryway idea in San Diego

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Traditional Entry, San Diego

Hand forged Iron Railing and decorative Iron in various geometric patterns gives this Southern California Luxury home a custom crafted look throughout. Iron work in a home has traditionally been used in Spanish or Tuscan style homes. In this home, Interior Designer Rebecca Robeson designed modern, geometric shaped to transition between rooms giving it a new twist on Iron for the home. Custom welders followed Rebeccas plans meticulously in order to keep the lines clean and sophisticated for a seamless design element in this home. For continuity, all staircases and railings share similar geometric and linear lines while none is exactly the same. For more on this home, Watch out YouTube videos: David Harrison Photography
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lfonarlfonar wrote:December 7, 2012
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    Robeson Design
    8 years ago
    The Area Rugs are wall to wall carpeting I had cut and bound from oles Carpets. The geometric area rug and stair runner is from Crescent: called Chain Link . Heres a link to their website:
    For more on this project watch our YouTube videos:

  • lfonar
    8 years ago
    Hi Rebecca ! Where did you purchase the oak floor (company), i am searching for beautiful dark flooring like in your videos (I love them all ) . Do you have any recommendations ? Thank you
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Railing with wood and filled middle

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