Entrance with a Medium Wood Front Door Ideas and Designs
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Krieger + Associates Architects, Inc.
A new dormer window and front door with sidelites help brighten the interior of this renovated carriage house.
Sarah Zimmerman Architect
The new entry to this house can be approached from both upper and lower sides of the lot and includes a spacious new entry hall, rebuilt stairs, custom hall closet, new hardwood floors and new doors and windows. The stairway lights are Robert Abbey Bling and the antler chandelier is Roll & Hill's Superordinate Antler.
Photo By Whit Preston
Ekman Design Studio
This elegant expression of a modern Colorado style home combines a rustic regional exterior with a refined contemporary interior. The client's private art collection is embraced by a combination of modern steel trusses, stonework and traditional timber beams. Generous expanses of glass allow for view corridors of the mountains to the west, open space wetlands towards the south and the adjacent horse pasture on the east. Builder: Cadre General Contractors http://www.cadregc.com Photograph: Ron Ruscio Photography http://ronrusciophotography.com/
Walnut V Grooved Panels with Stainless Strip
Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms
Impala just completed this stunning kitchen! The brief was to design a kitchen with warmth and impressive textures to suit the house which spanned over four levels. The design needed to allow for casual eating in the kitchen, ample preparation and storage areas. Utilitarian bench tops were selected for the preparation zones on the island and adjacent to the cooktop. A thick recycled timber slab was installed for the lowered eating zone and a stunning transparent marble for the splashback and display niche. Joinery was manufactured from timber veneer and polyurethane. Critical to the modern, sleek design was that the kitchen had minimum handles. Two handles were used on the larger doors for the fridge and lift-up cabinet which concealed the microwave. To balance the design, decorative timber panels were installed on the ceiling over the island. As storage was also a priority, a walk in pantry was installed which can be accessed at the far left by pushing a timber veneer panel.
Brickworks Building Products
Gorgeous entry way that showcases how Auswest Timber Wormy Chestnut can make a great focal point in your home. Featured Product: Auswest Timbers Wormy Chestnut Designer: The owners in conjunction with Modularc Builder: Whiteside Homes Benchtops & entertainment unit: Timberbench.com Front door & surround: Ken Platt in conjunction with Excel Doors Photographer: Emma Cross, Urban Angles
Kelly & Stone Architects
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Doors by Decora
This Custom Country French Exterior Wood Entry, DbyD-2012, was designed with 2 - 36" X 96" one lite doors with flat V-Grove panels in the bottom, 2 - 18" X 96" matching sidelites and a 4 piece transom. The glass is clear beveled insulated glass. We did matching doors for the rest of the house. Most of the interior doors are solid knotty alder doors with one flat V-Grove panel over one flat V-Grove panel. The front doors and library doors were built with Wrought Iron Grills. The homeowner liked our designs and ask us to design all the Iron for his stairs and balcony. We finished and installed all the doors and provided Rocky Mountain Hardware throughout the house. This beautiful Country French Home is in Burnt Pine Golf Club in Destin, Florida.
Cushman Design Group
Photography by Susan Teare
Arrow Timber Framing
Entry - Arrow Timber Framing 9726 NE 302nd St, Battle Ground, WA 98604 (360) 687-1868 Web Site: https://www.arrowtimber.com
H2D Architecture + Design
Double height entry way at Seattle Green Custom Home by H2D Architecture + Design. Flooring is salvaged hardwood flooring. Lights in the entry are reclaimed school house light fixtures. Triple glazed Eagle windows are used throughout the house. Zero and low-voc paints and stains are used throughout. Photo by Sean Balko, Filmworks Studio.
Thomas Kuoh Photography
Situated on a challenging sloped lot, an elegant and modern home was achieved with a focus on warm walnut, stainless steel, glass and concrete. Each floor, named Sand, Sea, Surf and Sky, is connected by a floating walnut staircase and an elevator concealed by walnut paneling in the entrance. The home captures the expansive and serene views of the ocean, with spaces outdoors that incorporate water and fire elements. Ease of maintenance and efficiency was paramount in finishes and systems within the home. Accents of Swarovski crystals illuminate the corridor leading to the master suite and add sparkle to the lighting throughout. A sleek and functional kitchen was achieved featuring black walnut and charcoal gloss millwork, also incorporating a concealed pantry and quartz surfaces. An impressive wine cooler displays bottles horizontally over steel and walnut, spanning from floor to ceiling. Features were integrated that capture the fluid motion of a wave and can be seen in the flexible slate on the contoured fireplace, Modular Arts wall panels, and stainless steel accents. The foyer and outer decks also display this sense of movement. At only 22 feet in width, and 4300 square feet of dramatic finishes, a four car garage that includes additional space for the client's motorcycle, the Wave House was a productive and rewarding collaboration between the client and KBC Developments. Featured in Homes & Living Vancouver magazine July 2012! photos by Rob Campbell - www.robcampbellphotography photos by Tony Puezer - www.brightideaphotography.com
Schwartz and Architecture
Despite an extremely steep, almost undevelopable, wooded site, the Overlook Guest House strategically creates a new fully accessible indoor/outdoor dwelling unit that allows an aging family member to remain close by and at home. Photo by Matthew Millman
Lush Interiors Inc.
Bethesda Builders Ltd.
Allen Russ, Hoachlander Davis Photography, LLC
Andrea West Design
Photo: ShaiLynn Photo & Film