Home Farm 1Traditional Entry, Charleston

Inspiration for a timeless double front door remodel in Charleston with beige walls and a glass front door —  Houzz
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taylorlynn wrote:Mar 6, 2013
  • pieter0000
    I also would like to know more about the wood paneling. Where is it coming from?
  • Linda Braun

    What type of paneling is the walls?

janetsim3 wrote:Jun 22, 2012
  • mwcook

    Can you tell me the door dimensions and manufacturer? Thank you.

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    Carolina Lighting Gallery

    I only have the lighting. Not door information

jillandmatt wrote:Jul 2, 2011
Leah Cox wrote:Feb 16, 2011
  • jenniferruth
    Under a different photo of the room, the designer says, "It's shiplap with a bead routed on one side of each board."
  • Kate Sherrill
    Where do you get it?
1969 wrote:Aug 8, 2012
lcfs wrote:Apr 28, 2012
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    Donna Thomas Vintage Chic Furniture
    looks like horizontal tongue and groove board with a beveled edge, probably pine
  • Kate Sherrill
    I've had a hard time finding this wall board. Does it come in sheets? What is it called?
katmaack wrote:Jan 21, 2012
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    Kelly Porter
    Lemon Chiffon OC-109 by Benjamin Moore is similar.
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    Alix Bragg Interior Design
    It's the camera lighting that's giving the warm glow. It's Ben Moore 967 Cloud White. Thanks
Kejake wrote:Dec 15, 2015
jenwatford wrote:Aug 14, 2012
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    Suzanne Ferrer Interior Design
    Jen, these are surface bolts or cremone bolts. They are needed to lend stability to the TALL entrance doors. Aren't they beautiful? Just another level of yummy-ness!!!
wendyda wrote:Jul 23, 2012
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        kate Brier Interiors wrote:Mar 18, 2013

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          Rachel Grace added this to Tongue and Groove Wall Paneling Joins the Comeback ClubDec 23, 2012

          Paired with crown molding, these walls are architectural showstoppers.

          Between Naps on the Porch added this to Houzz Tour: Living the Good Life, Lowcountry StyleDec 14, 2010

          Alix's husband Mark, owner of Bragg & Company Construction, built their custom home over the span of a year. It has gorgeous heart-of-pine hardwood flooring throughout. The two collected the furnishings over time, filling the home with gorgeous one-of-a kind pieces. The lantern Alix selected for the foyer is an outdoor lantern from Candelabra.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          cpdq added this to next house ideasApr 28, 2019

          front door entrance lighting dresser and lamp bench

          Linda Haughey added this to My ideasApr 24, 2019

          Like color and style for interior French doors

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