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Taylor Lombardo Architects Mediterranean Entry, San Francisco

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Example of a tuscan entryway design in San Francisco with a medium wood front door — Houzz

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micaela721 wrote:
Does anyone know what the flowering vine is on the roof?
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Alicia
Looks like Clematis Montana
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ankita1990
its trachelospermum
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susanm wrote:
Would you mind sharing the name and variety of the beautiful flowering vine?? thank you, susan
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michelesellers
yes, Clematis
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Nakpunar Akpunar
I wonder if this kind flowers damage the walls or go out of control at somewhere?
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saroj wrote:
what plant is that and where to find it in idia
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sangeetajain123
Its a Stargazer Clematis and its beautiful - you can get the seeds at any nursery
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judianna20
autumn clematis
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Mary Lesser wrote:
What is white flower?
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Alicia
Yes they are Clematis, not sure what variety though as photo is not close enough
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alexia7
Does anyone know where I can purchase a door like this?
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mmonier wrote:
Door - I love the door! Could you please tell me who made the door? Thanks!
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Simpson Door Company

mmonier –

This door looks like our Traditional #7465 which you can
find here: http://bit.ly/1TLxyh7

It appears in the
photo there is raised molding around the panels, which we can create for you if
you choose.

Let us know if you have any questions. Happy door hunting!

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jennyjernigan

I am looking at the Simpson line of doors and love this one. Can you tell me what the wood is? Is it a maple, fir?

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joni101 wrote:
love the flowering vines what are they and where can i buy them
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girlsunday
The vine is a Clematis Montana.
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tammyripley wrote:
Door Stain - Can you please tell me what the color of the stain is on the front door? Thank you.
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Adrian C
was this ever addressed? I like the stain as well.
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rachaelthorp wrote:
What is the other white flower? - I know what the (pink?) clematis is on the roof. Does anyone know what the trailing white flower in the urn is?
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dazh
The other white flowers in the urn are Bacopa - Betty White.
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weesammy1 wrote:
Beautiful front entrance. I have a few montana's but am looking for ty
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Gretchen DiNapoli Designs wrote:
Outdoor Lighitng - I am curious to know where the porch lights are from? thanks!
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Wendy wrote:
I love the combination of the colors...soft and romantic. Due to the lighting, I can't quite tell whether the main exterior paint in light green or grey? The pillars and front landing stone are grey, right? thank you, Wendy
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cloverann wrote:
The white flowering vine is a clematis. There are many colors/flower sizes/shapes to choose from.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Melissa Alvarado Sierra added this to Mediterranean Style: A Bonanza of Coastal Flair
Designed by Lombardo Architects in San Francisco, this romantic entrance's very simple design speaks volumes of the Mediterranean style. It has the right palette (neutrals, lavender, green) and the right architectural features.
Jill Asher added this to Dreaming about landscaping my outdoor space......
Flowers, flowers and more flowers! One of the benefits of living in Northern California is the ability to grow plants, flowers and succulents all year long. A stunning way to spruce up your patio or backyard is planting vines and flowers with lots of color. Over time, the vines will mature and flowers will blossom! Trumpet vines, bougainvillea and potato vines are essential for color!
Becky Harris added this to Ideabook 911: I Need Help Staging for Resale
Love the double front porch lights here. Big box stores now offer a great variety of porch lights. It's an easy way to spruce up the front of the house.
Erin Lang Norris added this to 12 One-of-a-Kind Trellis and Arbor Designs
Although this isn't an actual trellis or arbor, it goes to show that you can work with what you have when looking for a way to support long, flowing plants. Most vines and climbers can be trained to crawl in a general direction, but it's important to know which plants require different support. More info here.

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I think I would like you to use this option for now.
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climates, pots with shrub and vine
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Like this shape with radius inset

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