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New England Ocean View Beach Style Entry, Boston

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Inspiration for a beach style medium tone wood floor entryway remodel in Boston with gray walls — Houzz

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kimwgreen wrote:
what is the paint color on the walls. who makes the paint
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Carpenter & MacNeille
The wall color is Benjamin Moore, Revere Pewter.
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addmclean
I have one more question about your paint choices. It is hard to tell from the photos but it looks as thought you may have used the same paint colors throughout the house? Is all of the trim the same? Also, I noticed in one room that the ceiling is painted the same as the walls. In the other rooms are they the same as the trim or a %of the walls? Thank you so much for answering questions.
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rasko1 wrote:
New flat - rustic x funk
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Carpenter & MacNeille
The door jam was painted white to match the interior door color.
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Home Bunch
The rug is from Landry & Arcari.
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janevanscoy wrote:
I'm thinking about a Dutch door for my front door but live In Chicago - Does air seep through??? Seems like this could be a disaster in the winter? What are your thought? Beautiful home but the way.... Classic, elegant, what's not to love...
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ETO Doors

ETO Doors sell Dutch Doors. For more information go towww.etodoor.com. They ship doors nation wide.

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Amanda Phillips

Any concerns or issues with not placing a deadbolt on the top portion of the dutch door? I love the hardware!

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Pat wrote:
What flooring was used?
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Maura

Lovely door. Could you please tell me the brand/type of hardware? It looks like a mortise lock below. I've been having a difficult time finding a smaller escutcheon plate for the lower door.

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squishy00

Can you tell me where you bought the rug?

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Peggy Dugas wrote:
Where can I find a similar door in OC, southern California?
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Carpenter & MacNeille

Hello. We produced that door in our shop, Stephen Terhune Woodworking, here in Essex, MA. While I don't claim to know much about the southern California cabinetry market, I would bet a high-end custom cabinet-maker is your best bet.

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ETO Doors

ETO Doors sell Dutch Doors. For more information go towww.etodoor.com. They are in Los Angeles, Ca.

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ssrichter wrote:
What size is the front door?
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Carpenter & MacNeille
Hi, thanks for reaching out. This is a custom door, crafted specifically for this space from Stephen Terhune Woodworking in Essex, MA.
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michjaeg
what is the door hardware
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ppanza wrote:
Where is the rug from? - Love it! I'm looking for similar for a galley kitchen. Thank you!
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Carpenter & MacNeille
The rug is from Landry & Arcari.
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Alaila Kassi
I do have lots of Turkish hand made Rugs, if you are interested let me know about the prices and the measurement .
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tconlin wrote:
Security of the door - We are considering a door like this from the kitchen to a screened covered porch, within 150 feet from an ocean cove. How secure and weather tight would the door be? We experience high wind. Concerned about home security too.
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Carpenter & MacNeille

Thanks for your question. The door was crafted in our shop to the highest standards to withstand the New England coastal climate. If you use an equally well made product, you're likely to have the same success. Good luck!

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mooby wrote:
The wall sconce is amazing, can you tell me where it is from?
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Carpenter & MacNeille
Thanks, the sconce is from Hudson Valley Lighting.
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tuckerdavis13 wrote:
Where did you get the door - ?
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Carpenter & MacNeille
The door was custom made by Stephen Terhune Woodworking.
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bluette wrote:
Bench? - The bench is lovely and probably an old antique?
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Carpenter & MacNeille
The bench is from the client's personal collection.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Survey Results: Remodeling Likely to Trump Selling in 2014
Why Remodel? Skyrocketing home prices are likely causing already cautious homeowners to hold off on selling and moving, because while they can get a good price for their home, what they can buy isn’t necessarily bigger or better. So they’re deciding to plunk extra savings into their homes to make them more functional. This is true for homeowner Cheryl Di Cristofolo of Springhill, Florida. She’s currently remodeling her kitchen, because recently she began looking at the market to see if she could sell her custom-built home, downsize to a smaller home and make a profit. But the market wasn’t what she expected. “Prices are rising so much that for me to buy a stock house would cost me as much as I paid for my custom home eight years ago, and it’d be for less square footage and less quality,” she says. “I went to look at downsizing by 1,000 square feet, because I thought it’d be for less money than what I paid for my home. I was shocked to find out it’s not.” And because she has two children starting high school soon, she doesn’t plan to move for at least six years. “I know I’m here for at least that long,” she says. “That’s how I can rationalize making these changes. I can stay and be thankful for what I have.”
Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Could the Inside of Your Front Door Use a New Color?
Here’s a similar example that offers a peek at the two options. White paint elegantly covers the dutch door and sidelights, yet the deep color from the exterior would be a gorgeous alternative, playing up the blues in the rug and on the vases.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Stefani Rudnick added this to Share
Dutch front entry, nice side lights.
HU-220391595 added this to Entrance
lighting layout of the entrance space
Stephanie Wimberley added this to Stephanie's ideas
nice trim work for back hallway

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