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Silver Lake RetreatRustic Entry, Boston

This project is a vacation home for a longtime Battle Associates’ Client. On a piney shoreside, this house is a graceful bowing to the lake. It was designed for a family of five to enjoy year round. The expansive porch accommodates large gatherings, yet retains an intimate, cozy feel. Client – “I wanted a house where great memories could be made, with special things built into it that my kids would always remember. John Battle did that for us.” Entry hall with stone floor. Very rustic, humble feeling.

Example of a large mountain style limestone floor and gray floor entryway design in Boston with a medium wood front door and brown walls —  Houzz
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Questions About This Photo (9)
pwodesign wrote:Jul 30, 2011
  • mrmarkyo
    Great! Thank you so much for your help! Happy Holidays!
  • sandra1999
    What is the name of this flagstone??? Where do you pick some up
ericaann19 wrote:May 9, 2012
theberge wrote:Apr 8, 2013
  • meboro
    I would like to know also.
  • mcalper
    Would love to know the manufacturer of the beautiful door??
amaviol wrote:Mar 5, 2016
m_eckfeldt wrote:Jul 11, 2013
  • Laura Ross
    My husband and I are interested in the size of the stones in this entry way for our living room. In our search, we have found slate or quartzite in 6"x6" random sizes that are on mesh backing. We would like larger sizes like featured in this photo and do not need meshing (no thicker than 1/2 "). Can you please point us to a supplier in Virginia that offers such size stones? Zip code is 23314 or surrounding area
kencottenie wrote:Oct 26, 2012
  • ashley

    what floor is it? Where can I find it?

lynn19 wrote:Aug 27, 2012
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    Battle Associates, Architects
    This was an oil and urethane finish, all natural. The color differences are all in the species of the wood. Can we help you with anything?
michoumonster wrote:Mar 11, 2012

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to 20 Great Examples of Transitions in FlooringJul 28, 2011

    Entryways are a common area where we find ourselves wanting to change flooring. Stone or tile can stand up to moisture and mud tracked in from outside, but hardwood is still the most popular flooring material for the rest of the house. This entryway has two logical transition points at the openings to the hallways. The colors in the stone also pick up the tones in the wood which makes the two materials look good right next to each other.

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