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Example of a classic entryway design in Los Angeles

Kelmore Project - Exterior ShotsTraditional Entry, Los Angeles

Example of a classic entryway design in Los Angeles —  Houzz
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elee325 wrote:Mar 11, 2013
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    CCForteza
    You're very welcome :)
  • cathyekerson
    I love this color and am very appreciative that you told. E how to attain it
Alex Coon wrote:Apr 27, 2012
  • Rita S.
    What kind of finish is it: matte, glossy, semi-glossy?
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    CCForteza
    We always use semi-gloss exterior paint and spray paint it, not roller/brush. This will give you the best end result.
ehwilches wrote:Nov 29, 2013
bethlayne wrote:Aug 17, 2012
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    Thank you so much CCForteza.
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    CCForteza
    You're very welcome.
    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to Everyone!
Teri Dozier wrote:Aug 9, 2013
  • wasagabeachhouse
    So what is the door colour please??
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    CCForteza
    Hello - I took the darkest blue I can get and then added a black tinting paint to achieve final result - hope this helps.
April Recinos wrote:Sep 14, 2012
  • April Recinos
    fantastic! I'm giving our existing front door a face lift by replacing the glass and am having a hard time deciding between the two. Thank you!
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    CCForteza
    You're very welcome - good luck :)
mdipp616 wrote:Apr 21, 2014
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    CCForteza
    This is a local brand here in Southern California called Riverside Stones, unfortunately - I don't think they ship. You can find similar items from Eldorado Stones or Cultured Stones. Hope this helps.
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    Realstone Systems
    Realstone Systems offers a variety of natural ledgestone and has dealers across the U.S. and Canada
    http://www.realstonesystems.com/news/store-locator
Lindsey Hardison wrote:Dec 29, 2011
  • normdog
    I am not seeing an answer- where can this door be purchased?
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    CCForteza
    These are real wood door, you should be able to order it at any door supplier or even Home Depot. TM Cobb make this kind of door too. Hope this helps and Sorry for the late response.
sarahmlee44 wrote:Jul 15, 2011
kaa909 wrote:Aug 8, 2017
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    CCForteza

    Hi kaa909 -

    I usually use the darkest blue I can get and then add some black tinting paint to achieve a final result. You can also use SilhouetteMSL280 Martha Stuart Paint from Home Depot, Semi Gloss. I just used that paint color on another project and it came out nice as well.

    Hope this helps.

    CCForteza

SARAH HAYES wrote:Dec 14, 2013
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    CCForteza
    Hello - I usually use the darkest blue I can get and then adda black tinting paint to achieve final result. You can also use SilhouetteMSL280 Martha Stuart Paint from Home Depot, Semi Gloss. I just used that paint color and it came out nice as well.

    You can view it here at

    Transitional Spaces by Los Angeles Design-Build Firms CCForteza

    - hope this helps.
gaoqing wrote:Sep 4, 2013
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    CCForteza
    The door itself is 36" but the whole assembly is 60" - each of those side windows are 12". Rough Opening should be at least 64" Wide. Hope this helps.
bethluedke wrote:Mar 10, 2013
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    CCForteza
    I believe it's by KITCHLER Lighting.
wilsonrd wrote:Feb 24, 2013
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    CCForteza
    It's from Riverside Stones - they are local here in California, although Cultured Stones have the same called California Ledgestones.

    Hope this helps.

    CCForteza
storm0959 wrote:Aug 12, 2012
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    CCForteza
    You can find many veneer stones, depending on your location. Check with your local building materials supplier. This particular stones are called Riverside Stones. You can also check Cultured Stones, they have may styles and colors. Hope this helps.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

jenott
Jennifer Ott Design added this to Front and Center Color: When to Paint Your Door BlueAug 30, 2012

3. Blue Door Against a Mix of ColorsNot a fan of vibrant blue front doors? Consider a darker blue that reads almost gray. This color works with any architectural style, as well as on a house clad in a variety of materials in a variety of colors. It's a superb choice here, as it picks up some of the blue-gray tones in the stone. The gray-blue door acts as a neutral and grounds the entryway.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

angela_may37
Angela May added this to Angela's ideasJan 3, 2019

Blue + neutral surround with pendant lantern outside

peel_sonya
Sonya Peel added this to peel_sonya's ideasMar 1, 2018

Darker, grey-blue door & trim. Would need to paint shutters to match, I think.

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