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Home Farm 1Traditional Entry, Charleston

Example of a classic double front door design in Charleston with beige walls —  Houzz
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oklahomagothic wrote:Sep 22, 2011
  • Geetz A.O.
    Marscapone is my favorite white. I use it all the time.
  • kknapp5
    Do you know where these specific doors came from? Thank you!
49k6arnolda wrote:Dec 12, 2010
  • Lara McKenna
    Can you please tell us the dimensions of these double doors - the are beautiful. Thanks.
  • ericairwin
    Would these doors work in a cold climate like Canada??
rittie1485 wrote:Dec 11, 2010
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    Carolina Lighting Gallery
    Item # 982758 CarolinaLightingGallery.com $229.90
  • Amy Hunt
    I am interested in the doors themselves. Who makes them or are they custom?
smdecon wrote:Apr 18, 2013
pastorlisa wrote:Oct 14, 2013
  • Monse Mercado
    Can you please tell me the size of the door???
  • PRO
    We didn't sell those doors so I'm not sure what size. From the picture it looks like each door is 24"x96". This is an estimate, for accurate size please contact the person/company who posted this picture.
Dana Glaviano wrote:Nov 30, 2012
  • bwichelt
    Can you please tell me where the hardware came from on these french doors?
  • susanbweaver
    what are the floors in this house? I really like the warmth of them but the lighter color.
aramartin wrote:Sep 20, 2012
  • janyas
    Beautiful design! Would it be possible to have the name of the paint color that was used? Thanks!
  • meganhtrapp
    Yes! What is the entry paint color? Thank you so much!
rbeachhouse wrote:May 10, 2011
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    Alix Bragg Interior Design
    It's shiplap with a bead routed on one side of each board. Hope this helps, Thanks, Alix
  • Roslyn Wear
    Did u Sheetrock behind or use wood
carlockh wrote:Dec 9, 2013
  • carlockh
    Thank u so much for explaining the walls to me. I have one more question and I need to order the wood ASAP. Do u know if the boards are 6 or 8 inch and do u know what kind of wood they used? Spruce? Is is a satin paint? Thank u so much.
marisalees83 wrote:Mar 4, 2013
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          meatpie wrote:Jun 10, 2011

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Cate West Zahl added this to Sophisticated Ways With Children's PortraitsNov 9, 2011

            The portrait here is hung in the foyer, right by the French doors. The idea is lovely: Anyone leaving the house gets an opportunity to enjoy this portrait. It's a prominent placement, but out of the way of the main rooms. And it's also nice that it stands alone on that wall, as opposed to being mixed in a salon style grouping.

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

            Bench. Having a bench to rest against while pulling on boots or strapping up shoelaces is much more comfortable than attempting a balancing act each day. Of course, if you don't have space for a bench, a chair or ottoman will work just as well.

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

            This is a good example of placing your furniture first, then measuring for the rug. You do not want the rug bumping up against furniture or touching another rug in the same area, yet you don't want the rug to be too small.

            Becky Harris added this to Ideabook 911: Help Me Finish My FoyerOct 30, 2010

            A classic lantern would look great with your traditional style.

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            Happy Daily added this to Rick - Railings And StaircasesApr 12, 2019

            Again, really like this hardware for 2 sets of French doors

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