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Entryway - craftsman entryway idea in Toronto with a dark wood front door

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rbcola wrote:Dec 8, 2012
  • Dan

    Does anyone have the exact website for this door?

deidres wrote:Feb 17, 2013
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    Custom Doors

    Hi, are you still looking for a front-entry door?
    Borano can manufacture
    any door design you would like in Mahogany. If you are interested,
    please write us an email at claudia@borano.com with your desired door
    style and measurements and we will provide you a quotation. Hope this
    helps.


jendeeter wrote:May 22, 2013
mclaincrew wrote:Oct 23, 2014
  • dkeenesi
    Feather river doors, sold at home depo, looks very similar. A neighbor bought it at it looks fantastic. We plan to imitate!
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    You can buy Craftsman doors at ETO Doors.com.


baker1444 wrote:Jun 16, 2014
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    Custom Doors

    Hi, are you still looking for a front-entry door?
    Borano can manufacture
    any door design you would like in Mahogany. If you are interested,
    please write us an email at claudia@borano.com with your desired door
    style and measurements and we will provide you a quotation. Hope this
    helps.


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    US Door & More Inc

    These craftsman doors are one of my favorite styles. We can supply this door for you so you too can have a grand traditional entryway.

Michelle Griffin wrote:Dec 31, 2012
b_landon wrote:Sep 27, 2014
  • Vicki Stanco
    Thank you!
  • Gina Lober
    Where did buy the Antique Cherry Stain? Is it oil based?
mrsrjv wrote:Apr 25, 2014
  • 140rojo
    What color is the front door.
tmata4026 wrote:Nov 11, 2012
Evette Miranda wrote:Feb 20, 2016
  • Kerry Anderson

    Where can I find this door at?

  • buffy01085

    It looks like a Jeld-Wen door (Craftsman grouping)

michael2718 wrote:Apr 16, 2015
  • michael2718

    Chuck
    - - I must say, my fondest hopes were well-exceeded by getting a
    response within 50 minutes, and from someone whose credentials are
    dazzling, to say the least. Upon reading your reply, I raced
    (well, make that plodded) out front and took a quick shot. Perhaps TMI follows, but the siding is getting renewed, refurbished, or
    replaced and then re-stained (other sides of the house are done, what
    shows here is most of what remains to be done.) The front
    landscaping along the house also got pulled and will be replaced as
    we extend our garden.

    Just
    behind my position for this photo is an expansive "finished"
    garden we have created over the past two years- hydrangeas, roses,
    hosta of many varieties and sizes, misc perennials, and a day lily
    collection expanded over the past 20 years. So much for all of
    the stuff that might seem irrelevant, but trying to convey that the
    current rough appearance is short term as we recover from the New
    England winter and move forward with exterior work and continued
    landscaping, and wildlife encouragement (meaning birds and furry things.)

    As
    to a mission style door placement - - I fear that its placement might
    be problematic with side lights – might it look kind of "stuffed"
    into the space? There is 16 inches to the left of the door
    frame which is still under the overhang. The entire unit won't
    shift to the right because the 36" door opens in directly
    adjacent to a stairway landing. I don't think the mission door would
    work without sidelights because the only natural light falling
    in that entrance foyer comes through the front door.

    Other
    related concerns: the 35 year old concrete porch and steps is other
    than “styling.” The bench and carved bear on the porch would not
    be part of the new motif. Also, something more design friendly than
    the 4 by 4 support post is also in order – I know we can face it out
    to 6 by 6 and add some bottom and top trim casing, but I would welcome
    some more creative idea. I fear that, in the aggregate,
    without realizing it, as I summarize this growing list of
    “downsides,” it becomes apparent that dynamite may turn out to
    be the fix. So - - given where we want to be headed, exterior
    siding refurbished and stained, some substantial ongoing landscaping,
    what can we do to move the front entry from embarrassing to WOW? Is a mission style door with
    side lights workable? Good choice or over-reaching? Any
    suggestions as to remedying other mentioned concerns would also be
    forever treasured.

    Chuck,
    many thanks for any thoughts here (and appreciation also to any
    others with advice.

    Regards,
    Michael (northern Connecticut)


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    ETO Doors makes Craftsman Doors to look just like the Craftsman Door in this picture. . The Wholesale Manufacturer is located in Los Angeles, Ca. Call 844.231.0298. Nationwide shipping is available.

dazee wrote:Feb 21, 2015
gigandtom wrote:Apr 16, 2014
  • Monica Turner
    I must have this door. He makes it. Please direct me Thank you
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    Custom Doors

    Hi, are you still looking for a front-entry door?
    Borano can manufacture
    any door design you would like in Mahogany. If you are interested,
    please write us an email at claudia@borano.com with your desired door
    style and measurements and we will provide you a quotation. Hope this
    helps.

davedance wrote:Dec 7, 2012
  • davedance
    Is this a cabot color, or different paint company? Solid color stain? The Sagebrush color from cabot that is online looks quite a bit more brown/grey than this color appears on this house.
  • chuckmcgaharut
    what color is the door stained?
troops21 wrote:Sep 29, 2016
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    Chuck Mills Design

    Limestone sourced locally in the Ottawa valley by my client

  • denfam

    I love the door. Can you tell me where that was sourced?

fabe wrote:Jan 31, 2015
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    Chuck Mills Design

    Locally sourced natural Limestone

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    ETO Doors

    If you need Solid, Contemporary, Fiberglass, Interior, Entry, or Traditional doors, go tohttp://www.etodoors.com or call (888)Door ETO.

almsted1 wrote:Jul 28, 2014
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    Chuck Mills Design
    I don't have the exact dimensions but believe it is approximately 76"x100" rough opening for door, sidelights and transom. The is no set sidelight size based on door width but I'd use sidelights 16-20" wide based on your 42" door. Hope that helps!
  • Philip Masonda
    what is the types of the wood?
deucer wrote:Jun 23, 2014
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    Chuck Mills Design
    Troy Lighting Oyster Bay series
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    Troy Lighting Fountainbleau 12 Light Chandelier in Polish Chrome F1649PC
Beth Urban-Purtell wrote:Sep 24, 2013
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    Chuck Mills Design
    Troy Lighting Oyster Bay series
  • andremcdowall
    What is the color of the frontdoor/sidelights?
kreuter42 wrote:May 22, 2013
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    Chuck Mills Design
    Custom designed for private client. Contact me and perhaps I can custom design something similar for you?
  • mollyandchica
    where can I buy these lanterns?
Design Dacoy wrote:Apr 28, 2013
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    Chuck Mills Design
    Hand cut Limestone
  • debbie03
    Could you tell me where you purchased the stone from. Thank you.
windsorjedi windsorjedi wrote:Nov 13, 2016
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    Chuck Mills Design
    Handcut Limestone. Maibec siding:Board and batten - Sagebrush FF; Trim - Nantucket White FF
nicolewingfield wrote:Sep 8, 2016
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    Chuck Mills Design
    It was a while ago but think it was about 66"x98"
jecalane wrote:Jan 17, 2016
kayotto wrote:Apr 21, 2015
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    US Door & More Inc

    Such a beautiful craftsman style door with sidelites and rectangular transom.

    Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can provide this door for you no matter your location in the Continental US.

    Please Visit our website and give us a call for your next Front Entry Door Project.

Tanya Besnier wrote:Mar 13, 2015
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    Custom Doors

    Hi, are you still looking for a front-entry door?
    Borano can manufacture
    any door design you would like in Mahogany. If you are interested,
    please write us an email at claudia@borano.com with your desired door
    style and measurements and we will provide you a quotation. Hope this
    helps.


grace wrote:Jun 12, 2014
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    Chuck Mills Design
    I would typically like to have samples in hand to make color selections however based purely on your descriptions, I would think it would go nicely. Remember...it's only paint, so if you don't like it you can simply repaint it!
lldemello wrote:Jun 2, 2014
cass2282 wrote:Jun 2, 2014
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    Chuck Mills Design
    Mission style grip set w/black iron finish (can't remember supplier sorry)
mrjclemens wrote:Mar 31, 2014
saed hares windows wrote:Mar 13, 2013
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    Chuck Mills Design
    Check local supplier of Masonite fiberglass. The door comes in its raw state so your gel stain choice is infinite.
loveazaz wrote:Oct 31, 2012
  • PRO
    Chuck Mills Design
    Maibec siding with Cabot stains, Oyster Bay light fixtures, hand cut stone, Mahogany Craftsman door
Kalyan Saha wrote:Nov 2, 2017
    troskopf wrote:May 12, 2017
      melhur wrote:Feb 6, 2017
        ntamar wrote:Jun 23, 2015

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          webuser_121704638
          C Collins added this to the great outdoors3 days ago

          I like the door, but without the side/top window panels. Siding and rock is style we want.

          martinkelly88
          Martin added this to Front and Side DoorMay 14, 2019

          I like the verticle grill in door window

          dwertheim
          dwertheim added this to porchMay 13, 2019

          I like the door. . . one side light, no transom

          njacobs1972
          njacobs1972 added this to New HouseMay 12, 2019

          trimmed in white but whole door is wood color

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