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Rustic Canyon New HomeTransitional Dining Room, Los Angeles

Karyn Millet Photography

Transitional dark wood floor dining room photo in Los Angeles with multicolored walls —  Houzz
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Lisa Molina wrote:Jul 30, 2013
  • bmacfarla
    Can you let me know where you got the swinging door?
  • janecolbert
    How much and where can I get this door?
Chris11895_gw wrote:Sep 30, 2012
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    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture
    Thank you! Yes, it was custom made for the client. Hope that helps!
  • Lisa Molina
    how much and where can i order one for my kitchen?
dwcklc wrote:Apr 29, 2017
tdclarke wrote:Aug 26, 2016
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    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture

    Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we don’t have information about the chairs. However, we worked with interior designer Kristen Panitch on this project. You may want to contact her directly to find out more about the chairs. Her contact information is available here: http://www.kristenpanitchinteriors.com

jrmast wrote:Apr 29, 2016
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    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture

    Thank you for your question. This door was custom designed and unfortunately we don’t have the details. We apologize for not being more helpful. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

greer86 wrote:Nov 15, 2015
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    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture

    Thank you for your question. The door was custom made for the client. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

Shannon Brookins wrote:May 15, 2014
  • lindasuemac
    I saw a similar one at a Restoration Hardware outlet
freealisa wrote:Aug 27, 2013
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    Tim Barber Ltd Architecture
    The interior designer will know. She is Kristen Panitch at KristenPanitchInteriors.com. Hope that helps!
harleyodell wrote:Apr 30, 2017
    danielawalder wrote:Apr 30, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      radiodesigner
      Karen Mills (Interiors by Design, Inc.) added this to Beyond Open and Shut: 7 Ways to Use Interior Doors as DecorApr 11, 2017

      3. Get into the swing. Swinging doors have been successfully used for hundreds of years to provide passage between dining rooms and kitchens or butler’s pantries when hands are full of food or dishes. Here, a peekaboo window allows users to see who is behind the door before opening it. The simple door design in a neutral color blends well with the creamy white of the slipcovers and light neutral drapes. This neutral backdrop allows the red accents in the wallcovering and slipcovers to pop.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to Drool-Worthy Design Features to Borrow From Restaurant KitchensOct 10, 2016

      Here’s a lovely example of how a door with a porthole window can add style to the dining room.

      kurtcyr
      Kurt Cyr added this to 12 Deadly Decorating SinsMar 18, 2014

      4. A matchy-matchy look. There is something slightly unnerving when everything matches. Perhaps it’s the lack of soul or just the lack of confidence shown.Why break this habit? There is a charming insouciance when the carpet doesn’t match the drapes — or, in this case, when the slipcovers don’t match the wallpaper. This dining room exudes a casual, welcoming air.

      houzz
      Houzz added this to Swing DoorJun 19, 2012

      Swing doors traditionally served another practical function; they allowed servants holding trays to open the doors with their backs.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      tancia_clark
      tancia_clark added this to Color SchemesFeb 25, 2019

      Wallpaper. Not match-y match-y. Chair covers and light fixture. All nice.

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