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Results found for "texas star glass door entry"

  • Front of First Home, A few pics of the front of my home. We have not made any updates to the home since it was built. I am looking for any ideas to make the entry more inviting/landscaping. For now it will be our "generic" starter home... Any suggestions/ideas are welcome! :), Home Exterior Design

    Front of First Home

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  • Solid Oak Front Entry Door., Nothing about this door is box store thinking. The door, buck and side lights are one integral unit. 

We started with the idea of a raised panel door with a Medieval European  motif and we could not be happier with the outcome. Nothing is standard size. The door itself measures 2 ¼" thick and is 6'-10" tall. The construction is all solid Red Oak.  We used oversize, solid Brass hinges and carried the antique Brass theme to the Gargoyle knockers guarding the entrance left and right. A cross motif was also incorporated into the design using real stained glass panels.  Believe it or not all of the component pieces to the door were soaked in boiled linseed oil for a month, then allowed to dry and then assembled and finally finished with several coats of premium polyurethane top coat., Home Exterior Design

    Solid Oak Front Entry...

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  • SCARY door makeover!, My front entry door was showing all the signs of damage from harsh Chicago winters.  I was a little nervous about stripping and refinishing.  I figured I would give it a shot because if it did not work out - I could always paint it.  It was a LOT of work but in the end - I LOVE IT!  , Home Exterior Design

    SCARY door makeover!

    10 photos, 1,705 Views, Flag

  • Old Fashion Vestibule With Park Influence, We recreated our 100 year old building to retain neighborhood flavor.  While contemporary on the inside, retaining the idea of a vestibule maintained the Baltimore Row House heritage, provided an energy efficient transition into our great room interior and creatively features an old world tiled feel with a bit of our neighborhood park influence., Other Spaces Design

    Old Fashion Vestibule...

    11 photos, 1,794 Views, Flag

  • Whole New Meaning to Shower Door - Master Bath, Shower is a walk-in with no door only a tempured and textured freestanding glass wall.  The sinks are trapezoid clear glass vessel- I love them. In these pictures we were not living there yet... that is why there is no decor.  Hopefully I can get some recent pictures to post soon., Bathrooms Design

    Whole New Meaning to...

    5 photos, 1,783 Views, Flag

  • My Stained Glass Windows, These are pictures of stained glass and faux stained glass windows that I have in my home., Home Exterior Design

    My Stained Glass Win...

    10 photos, 1,103 Views, Flag

  • Architectural Details, I incorporated elements from several home styles on the exterior. Purists please don't hate me!  Some still needs a finish coat of white paint thus the primer you see on small details.  Unfortunately all the original detail had been stripped off and replaced with ugly white aluminum siding.  I love stained glass so have added some plus am planning to add more., Home Exterior Design

    Architectural Details

    11 photos, 1,445 Views, Flag

  • Living Room is "almost there"..., A new wood burning fireplace replaces a crumbling brick one on the opposite side of room allowing for better placement of furniture to enjoy the views outside. The remodeled room has larger windows. The old carpet drapes and wood paneling are gone., Living Rooms Design

    Living Room is "almos...

    6 photos, 1,033 Views, Flag

  • Front Entry, The front entry to our house.  I especially love it when the jasmine is in bloom like in the picture.  Smells wonderful., Home Exterior Design

    Front Entry

    1 photo, 648 Views, Flag

  • Townhouse Living Room Needs Accent Wall Help!, I know that many do and many do not like accent walls, but I live in a townhouse that whenever I move out, I must return to original condition, so the accent wall is the best way for me to get some color on the walls but have less work to do later.  This is the living room I will be moving into.  Please excuse all the mess and furniture, it belongs to the current tenants who are friends of mine and will all be replaced.  The Living room is a nice size, and I love the crown molding on most of the walls, but I am a little torn as to which wall to paint a nice dark blue accent color.  Being a dark color I don't think I want to paint the wall on the left because it is the longest wall in the room and I feel the dark color would make the room seem narrow.  The wall on the right is an interesting shape because of the dual stairs, but there is no crown molding for the dark blue to contrast off of due to the shape and it is pretty small.  The only wall left is the back wall, which the only architectural feature is the sliding glass door, but there is crown molding to contrast off of and because it is the first wall you see when you walk in since the pictures are taken from where you enter the space, it might help draw people through the room.  At the same time if I get a window covering for the sliding glass door then there will not be a whole lot of the accent color showing, since from the entry way, a small part of the wall is blocked from view by the staircase as well.  I am a little torn and would appreciate any help.  Like I said, ignore current furniture, picture blank canvas because I am willing to place furniture based on the accent wall decision.  Thanks for any help and listening to my long winded conversation!, Living Rooms Design

    Townhouse Living Roo...

    2 photos, 742 Views, Flag

  • Great Room, I live in a log home on 5 acres located in Montgomery Texas and wanted to paint a picture depicting our Texas Longhorn cattle (mom and baby) standing in a field of Texas Bluebonnets (wild flowers). I painted the mural on the interior staircase wall., Living Rooms Design

    Great Room

    12 photos, 2,353 Views, Flag

  • Living & Dining in Cottage Style, Our living and dining is one room in our very old house.  I have used old things that are meaningful to our family.  I painted our 1970's china cabinet black to match our dining room set and our furniture was all antique homemade or bargain items.  , Living Rooms Design

    Living & Dining in Co...

    5 photos, 1,214 Views, Flag

  • Entry Enhancement, Check out stone work.  Hand painted concrete.  , Other Spaces Design

    Entry Enhancement

    1 photo, 214 Views, Flag

  • From Drab to Fab, We recently remodeled our home exterior to part stucco (EFIS) and part cedar siding.  The corners are mitered for a sleek contemporary look.  Custom-made porch columns and modern glass and black front door highlight the front entry that was invisible before.  We finished it off with a contemporary glass and aluminum garage door.  We love our new home exterior!, Home Exterior Design

    From Drab to Fab

    8 photos, 620 Views, Flag

  • Mid-century modern inspired home in Dallas, Texas, Home Exterior Design

    Mid-century modern in...

    4 photos, 12,630 Views, Flag

  • OUR OWN SOUTHFORK!!!!         FIT FOR    J R AND BOBBY!!!, The exterior of our home- We are still landscaping- with the Texas sun and heat most of our blooming plants have taken a beatingSuggestions Welcome!!, Home Exterior Design


    4 photos, 3,190 Views, Flag

  • Modern Country Master Bath with beadboard, I added beadboard to allow electrical outlets behind the counter, eliminate the existing faux marble tub surround and to tie all the angled walls in together.  The bathroom was wallpapered and above the beadboard I papered in a beautiful Thibaut paper called Hanna in aqua.  The chandelier was a $99.00 glass puzzle purchased off the internet.  The tile is my favorite builders tile from Lowe's laid on the diagonal. Splurges were the granite countertop, the glass shower door and the faux marble tub refinished in white.  The cabinet is the original bathroom cabinet, raised off the floor and legs, paint and new hardware added.  , Bathrooms Design

    Modern Country Maste...

    9 photos, 1,454 Views, Flag

  • entry way walls , My husband build these in the entry way of our home to add interest and to soften  the walls interior, Home Exterior Design

    entry way walls

    3 photos, 1,068 Views, Flag

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