Bayside Family HomeScandinavian Entry, Melbourne

Suzi Appel

Design ideas for a scandinavian entryway in Melbourne with white walls, a single front door and a light wood front door. —  Houzz
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Tim Goland wrote:15January,2019
  • Warren Arnold
    last year
    Not sure but you could try Cedar West, they make doors very similar to this. www.cedarwest.com.au

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juliafairley
Julia Fairley added this to Pro Panel: Secrets to Choosing a New Front Door27 June 2019

Consider the materialWhen it comes to selecting a material for your front door, the obvious choice is timber, but this isn’t the only option. “There are many different types of doors on the market today, ranging from composite, aluminium, solid wood and even cladded steel,” says Victoria Viro. “The best option is to go for a material that’s low-maintenance, so there’s less hassle in the future.”“Timber doors offer strength, but wood is more likely to warp, expand or contract when exposed to the elements, which can make a door draughty or difficult to open,” says Joe Halsall. “Wooden doors may also need treating for rot or discolouration to the finish.”

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Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 34 Entrances, Corridors and Connecting Spaces7 February 2019

1. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Bask InteriorsFeatures: Timber, greenery and lashings of white create a welcoming Scandi vibe.

deidreannsmith
Deirdre Avenell added this to Picture Perfect: 45 Stunning Pendant Lights From Around the Globe26 November 2017

4. Bright and welcoming. Melbourne, Victoria

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