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Example of a classic entryway design in Austin with a yellow front door
Susan Wallace
Susan Wallace
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Melgaard HomeTraditional Entry, Austin

"Creekside" is my design response to this historically inspired new home and its position aside a wet season creek.

Example of a classic entryway design in Austin with a yellow front door —  Houzz

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nicknamebuzz wrote:May 1, 2013
wonderful screen door, is this custom or available to the masses?

  • Ashley Turns

    I am in love with the flower pattern on this new screen. Since our last one was damaged, my husband and I have been looking for a new screen we can get for our door. We'll definitely have to find one with a flower pattern like this since it is beautiful. http://goodneighborscreens.com/ 

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    Susan Wallace

    Thanks Ashley,

    Many nature inspired designs can be seen at www.susanwallace.net and of course the latest are always posted on my HOUZZ Pro page.

    I would be happy to discuss your particular project when you are ready. Please contact me: info@susanwallace.net and I will send you the attachments which outline my process and the baseline costs for my Artwork + Custom screen door + Art Handling. Typical projects begin at $2200 and our average lead time is 12-14 weeks.

    best, -s

piscesfille wrote:May 1, 2013
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    ETO Doors

    If you need solid wood doors go to www.etodoors.com or call (888)Door ETO.

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    Susan Wallace

    The Spanish cedar screen doors are crafted here in Austin
    TX for each project to fit my client’s door specifications. Spanish cedar
    is an extremely stable wood and is my choice for screen doors in all climates. Each door is handmade utilizing traditional mortise and tenon joinery. Typical doors are built with a 10” bottom rail and 4”
    top and side rails.

acm wrote:Jul 1, 2015
Do you do a fancy version of the storm door too?

  • acm

    @Susan -- that's the screen door, right? when you need to switch to glass for the winter, do you lose the design, or is it attached to the door? or is there a fancy glass panel to match?

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    Susan Wallace

    Hi ACM,

    In the screen doors, we attach the artwork to the door itself. For storm doors, there are a couple of options. Some clients only want glass year round _ in that case we make the artwork in a removable frame inorder to clean the glass. Otherwise, the screen panel and glass panel are interchangeable from the inside of the door. I would be happy to discuss your particular project when you are ready. Please email me and we can set up a time to chat, thanks, -s info@susanwallace.net

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