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godsgirlie wrote:Mar 15, 2013
  • Susan Shapiro

    would you be able to contact either of them to find out?

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    Doors For Builders Inc

    Hello @godsgirlie,

    This beautiful doors is not made by us but we can certainly produce something similar for you to your specifications.

    Best of luck on you project.

jaleela wrote:Nov 20, 2012
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    Exteriors By Chad Robert
    I was custom out of french limestone and cut pieces of the brick.
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    Shenzhen Maxcom Technology Co.Ltd.
    This is Susan from China. Our company major export laser cut metal screens, light box and decors to Australian,America and Europe. The landscaper, home developer, retailer, wholesaler are our major customers. We have cooperate with landscape in Sydney, Melbourne etc. We accept customized designs and sizes. We also have a lot of our own designs.Pls contact me in or visit our website
Mary Peterson wrote:May 15, 2013
  • sharonfairbanks
    Where do I find the blue pots with metal stands in the entry way?
  • Susan Shapiro

    who made the door

mylifeeclectic wrote:Nov 28, 2012
Oconnor Properties LLC wrote:Feb 24, 2014
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    Exteriors By Chad Robert
    It was created out of French Limestone and cut brick pieces.
  • PRO
    Oconnor Properties LLC
    It appears here is a bevel edge on sides of limestone cuts..will you get the basket weave effect without the bevel edge? squares are 2 X 2? limestone sizes: 4" X 7" long? Thx
Diane Grubiak wrote:Mar 29, 2012
  • Kendra Salazar
    Do you know what color was used on the under eaves and also the blue door color?
  • James Peterson
    did we get an answer about the colors of the home?
Diana Adhiambo wrote:May 14, 2014
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    Exteriors By Chad Robert
    I am not sure I really understand your question? It might be best to direct it to an interior designer if it pertains to interior spaces. We are landscape architects.
rocklewis89 wrote:Jun 19, 2013
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    Exteriors By Chad Robert
    There was not a domestic source, so we had them sourced out of Mexico. The top and bottom piece are just plain saltillo tiles and the round middle section is a terra cotta type brick selected to match.

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