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bubsmom7 wrote:Jul 7, 2013
  • pamela brown

    Love the tiles. Where are they from.?

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    Brennan + Company Architects

    Thank you, the wall tiles are from Terra Green Ceramics. I don't recall the manufacturer of the floor tiles.

lizchaffin1 wrote:Nov 1, 2012
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    Brennan + Company Architects
    door is simpson, pocket hardware available through search
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    Lynden Door
    Simpson Door 5-lite 1505 door with frosted glass. Simpson excel at VG fir! This door and the pocket door hardware is available through Alliance Door Products distribution centers (who sell to retailers and door companies) in Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Abbotsford, Edmonton, Calgary & Winnipeg. Check out the Simpson line of CONTEMPORARY doors - great choices for Mid-Century and Modern decor. More, here on houzz http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/2289964/list/Inspiration-from-others-using-Simpson-doors
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  • Lalitha Palanki

    where can I find the frosted door like the one shown above

candleridge76133 wrote:Sep 24, 2012
hope4future wrote:Jun 4, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    bud_dietrich
    Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Know Your House: Interior Door Parts and StylesJul 3, 2013

    The panel doesn’t even have to be made of wood. Glass doors, whether clear or obscure, or fabric or a chalkboard material are all possibilities. What you use will be entirely dependent on the overall design of your home and the visual effect you’re looking for.Lastly, doors such as the ones shown here don’t have to be custom made. There are many manufacturers that can produce doors to your specifications, easily ordered from almost any lumber store. Give your doors some consideration. You’ll be glad you did.More: How to Upgrade Your House With New Interior Doors

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    asma_ahmed44
    Asma Ahmed added this to Doors & WindowsAug 12, 2019

    The panel doesn’t even have to be made of wood. Glass doors, whether clear or obscure, or fabric or a chalkboard material are all possibilities. What you use will be entirely dependent on the overall design of your home and the visual effect you’re looking for. Lastly, doors such as the ones shown here don’t have to be custom made. There are many manufacturers that can produce doors to your specifications, easily ordered from almost any lumber store. Give your doors some consideration. You’ll be glad you did. More: How to Upgrade Your House With New Interior Doors

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    deb sanderson added this to deb's ideasJul 1, 2019

    pocket door with 5 light. would want painted my trim color tho

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