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Exteriors | Facades
Exteriors | Facades
SoCal Contractor
Lori Dennis Interior Design SoCal Contractor Construction Mark Tanner Photography
Large traditional front door in Los Angeles with a single front door and a black front door.
Edina on Parade
Edina on Parade
SKD Architects
Spacecrafters Photography
Arts and crafts entryway in Minneapolis.
Estate Cutom Home, Richmond Hill Ontario
Estate Cutom Home, Richmond Hill Ontario
My Design Studio, Yasmine Goodwin
Model Home, Richmond Hill, Ontario My Design Studio Photography: Larry Arnal
Photo of a traditional entryway in Toronto with a dark wood front door and grey floor.
Rocky Ledge Entry
Rocky Ledge Entry
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Photo Credit: Sam Gray Photography
This is an example of a victorian entryway in Boston with dark hardwood floors, a double front door and a black front door.
Nighthawk, Aspen, Colorado
Nighthawk, Aspen, Colorado
Chip Webster Architecture
Interior Designer: Chris Powell Builder: John Wilke Photography: David O. Marlow
Photo of a contemporary entryway in Denver with a pivot front door, a glass front door and dark hardwood floors.
Project 1
Project 1
DK Design
This is an example of a traditional front door in Little Rock with a single front door and a black front door.
Massachusetts Farm House
Massachusetts Farm House
Crisp Architects
Rob Karosis
Country mudroom in New York.
Christmas 2013
Christmas 2013
Divine Floral Design
Victoria Spinnler
Inspiration for a traditional front door in Atlanta with a single front door and a black front door.
Christmas Decor
Christmas Decor
Kaden Scott Neste | Minor Details Interior Design
April Greer
Inspiration for a traditional front door in Seattle with a single front door and a glass front door.
Loma Lantern
Loma Lantern
Santa Barbara Lighting Company
Call us at 805-770-7400 or email us at info@dlglighting.com. We ship nationwide. Photo credit: Jim Bartsch
Photo of a large arts and crafts entryway in Santa Barbara.
Craftsman Home
Craftsman Home
Melaragno Design Company, LLC
Arts and crafts front door in Columbus with a single front door and a dark wood front door.
Rustic Canyon New Home
Rustic Canyon New Home
Tim Barber Architects
Karyn Millet Photography
Traditional front door in Los Angeles with a single front door and a black front door.
Entry
Entry
THINK Architecture, Inc.
Country front door in Salt Lake City with a single front door and a dark wood front door.
Christmas Decor
Christmas Decor
Your Space By Design
Christmas Outdoor Containers
Traditional front door in Calgary with a single front door and a white front door.
Earthy Modern
Earthy Modern
Noel Cross+Architects
Who says green and sustainable design has to look like it? Designed to emulate the owner’s favorite country club, this fine estate home blends in with the natural surroundings of it’s hillside perch, and is so intoxicatingly beautiful, one hardly notices its numerous energy saving and green features. Durable, natural and handsome materials such as stained cedar trim, natural stone veneer, and integral color plaster are combined with strong horizontal roof lines that emphasize the expansive nature of the site and capture the “bigness” of the view. Large expanses of glass punctuated with a natural rhythm of exposed beams and stone columns that frame the spectacular views of the Santa Clara Valley and the Los Gatos Hills. A shady outdoor loggia and cozy outdoor fire pit create the perfect environment for relaxed Saturday afternoon barbecues and glitzy evening dinner parties alike. A glass “wall of wine” creates an elegant backdrop for the dining room table, the warm stained wood interior details make the home both comfortable and dramatic. The project’s energy saving features include: - a 5 kW roof mounted grid-tied PV solar array pays for most of the electrical needs, and sends power to the grid in summer 6 year payback! - all native and drought-tolerant landscaping reduce irrigation needs - passive solar design that reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in winter - passive flow through ventilation provides natural night cooling, taking advantage of cooling summer breezes - natural day-lighting decreases need for interior lighting - fly ash concrete for all foundations - dual glazed low e high performance windows and doors Design Team: Noel Cross+Architects - Architect Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture Joanie Wick – Interior Design Vita Pehar - Lighting Design Conrado Co. – General Contractor Marion Brenner – Photography
California Contemporary
California Contemporary
Jackson Design & Remodeling
Inspiration for a contemporary entryway in San Diego with beige walls, a single front door, a dark wood front door and brown floor.
Ranch Lite
Ranch Lite
Hufft
Ranch Lite is the second iteration of Hufft Projects’ renovation of a mid-century Ranch style house. Much like its predecessor, Modern with Ranch, Ranch Lite makes strong moves to open up and liberate a once compartmentalized interior. The clients had an interest in central space in the home where all the functions could intermix. This was accomplished by demolishing the walls which created the once formal family room, living room, and kitchen. The result is an expansive and colorful interior. As a focal point, a continuous band of custom casework anchors the center of the space. It serves to function as a bar, it houses kitchen cabinets, various storage needs and contains the living space’s entertainment center.
2013 Fall Parade of Homes
2013 Fall Parade of Homes
Highmark Builders
Professionally Staged by Ambience at Home http://ambiance-athome.com/ Professionally Photographed by SpaceCrafting http://spacecrafting.com
Bryn Mawr Stone Colonial
Bryn Mawr Stone Colonial
Pinemar, Inc
Photos © Jeffrey Totaro, 2013 Pinemar, Inc.- Philadelphia General Contractor & Home Builder.
This is an example of a traditional front door in Philadelphia with a single front door and a black front door.
Piedmont Residence
Piedmont Residence
Carlton Edwards
This modern lake house is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The residence overlooks a mountain lake with expansive mountain views beyond. The design ties the home to its surroundings and enhances the ability to experience both home and nature together. The entry level serves as the primary living space and is situated into three groupings; the Great Room, the Guest Suite and the Master Suite. A glass connector links the Master Suite, providing privacy and the opportunity for terrace and garden areas. Won a 2013 AIANC Design Award. Featured in the Austrian magazine, More Than Design. Featured in Carolina Home and Garden, Summer 2015.