Richmond, 1930's refurbishmentContemporary Entry, London

Example of a trendy front door design in London with a blue front door —  Houzz
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moxleys wrote:Apr 10, 2014
  • Jenny Durant

    How much would it cost for you to make a door like that with the sunrise glass in it?


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    Simpson Door Company

    Hi Jenny -

    Our local dealers (which you can find here: http://bit.ly/1KecBXS) can assist you with pricing and final lead time directly. Bring a picture in of this door and they will be able to get a custom quote done for you!

blessingsalh wrote:Jun 7, 2014
Cindy Benoit wrote:Oct 1, 2015
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    ETO Doors

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    European Windows To You, Inc

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    Our specialty is Tilt and Turn Windows, made from PVC or
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Donna wrote:Nov 24, 2013
  • photogirl333
    It looks just like my front door color -- I used Teal Ocean by Benjamin Moore. Maybe that will get you close to what you're looking for! :)
  • Angela Carson
    What is the color? Love it!
robinbird wrote:Nov 24, 2013
  • cpitz
    Who made the door? Thx.
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    Ann Blanco

    The door is so beautiful. I wish someone had some info or knew of something similar. Just so perfect!

elsaclemons wrote:Apr 4, 2014
  • foxypest1
    looks like a bay tree to me
Cindy Huynh-Spurgeon wrote:Aug 5, 2015
    migdaliarogers wrote:May 23, 2015
      jkh915 wrote:May 19, 2015

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        gwenpurdom
        Gwendolyn Purdom added this to 9 Non-Awkward Ways to Meet Your NeighborsMay 23, 2018

        When we’ve decided that meeting a neighbor is a priority that we don’t want to leave to chance, “the rest happens,” says Shasta Nelson, CEO of women’s friendship site GirlFriendCircles.com and author of Frientimacy: How to Deepen Friendships for Lifelong Health and Happiness.“Of course, after that decision we still have our internal fears about what they’ll think of us or whether we’ll look stupid standing on their doorstep,” Nelson says. “But we’ll remember how happy we would be to have our neighbors come introduce themselves to us, and eventually the biggest barrier will simply be both being home at the same time!”Knowing our neighbors can make us feel safe in our homes and supported by our community. Here are nine painless ways to break the ice, in increasing order of effort required.

        anniekendall
        Annie Thornton added this to 77 Front Doors to Welcome You HomeMay 20, 2015

        61. Nestled behind a standard potted tree, the mail slot has been painted to match this warm, rich turquoise front door. Door paint: Prussian Blue, Zoffany

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        jenkay52
        jenkay52 added this to jenkay52's IdeasNov 17, 2019

        Prussian blue by zoffany- door color

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