Lisa (L): I like this front door. Rustic Luxury Mountain House Plan - The Tranquility | House Plans by Garrell Associates, Inc
I love these front doors. Plan W15662GE: Premium Collection, Corner Lot, Sloping Lot, Vacation, Craftsman, Photo Gallery, Luxury, Mountain House Plans & Home Designs
Beautiful doors.... Love this entry. I want a double-door entry to my house one day.
...can i have these please? #frontdoor love
big door - front door obsession continues
Gorgeous doors and transom!
#Front Door #Entryway
MORE PHOTOS: See more photos in our Facebook photo album.Before you walk through the front door, take a minute to appreciate the beauty in the natural-looking exterior. The facade features ornately carved gable peaks, a sprawling rooftop with various pitches and a decorative single dormer. The covered porch provides a dry place to enjoy Mother Nature, while dramatic wooden columns punctuate the exterior.Upon entry into the home, a barrel-vaulted foyer and adjacent dining room immediately greet guests. With a built-in fireplace and vaulted ceiling, the lodge room features a wall of windows and boasts grandeur all around.The breakfast, kitchen and keeping rooms are centrally located and adjacent to several larger living rooms, enabling conversation to flow freely throughout the home. A generous shop, mud and laundry rooms are all near the kitchen and create ample storage space in each.The lower level is complete with bedrooms, bar, theater, game room and even a golf simulator if so desired. The social room opens to the sweeping deck where you can take in more views.Related Plans: Get a larger lower level with house plan 15697GE and get a 2,168 sq. ft. upper level with house plan 15688GE.Save money by straightening the curved features with house plan 15689GE (upper loft) and 15793GE.Save money with these versions with unfinished lower levels you can complete later - 15662GE (2 beds on main, 2 up); 15623GE (3,126 sq. ft.), 15617GE (hip) and 15651GE (gable; both 2,611 sq. ft) and 15626GE (2,587 sq. ft; 3-car garage).Plan Series Summary: With so many versions of this plan, we put together this friendly Facebook graphic summary you can see here.
Sliding barn doors - want to replace my bathroom door with a sliding door.
Sliding barn door for inside. #home #ideas #partition #sliding #door
If you were born and raised in or around the South, it's not unlikely that you've heard the above phrase. Still to this day I think it when someone comes in my front door and leaves it standing open- why do we not instinctively want to close the door? I know it isn't just a boy thing... I tested that out a long time ago. What's really funny, is to ask someone that has never darkened the door of a barn if they were born in one and watch the wave of shock and offense come across their face. You get to explain the saying and then next time they're out the door they don't let what little bit of cool air we still have inside outside. I have a soft spot for barns- as a kid, I think we may have spent more time in the barns than we did in the house. There is something mysterious and adventurous about a barn as a child, and now that I'm just slightly older barns take me to a slower time where each nail and plank have a story to tell. So that's where we are- Now how do we bring that same rustic feel in to our homes(without the varmints and weather)? Is there anything better than a red barn door? Notice the sliding hardware at the top- each of these doors are on a sliding track, essentially an exposed pocket door. The above hardware is a Horseshoe style and as with any other kind of door, there are many different ways to accomplish the same result. The best resource for Barn Door Hardware that I've found is BarnDoor Hardware(imagine that). Should we stick with red? How about yellow? Sometimes barn doors look best just as you found them. Everyone knows that I am a HUGE fan of reclaimed and repurposed items. Other times, a traditional white or whitewash is all one needs to finish that perfect barn door and compliment the space around it. Now, those rooms just scream, "Slow down and enjoy the moment!" Because many of us are moving toward not only a slower home but a smaller home as well, a barn-mount door may just be that designer trick to help give your space the character it's missing with a standard interior door. Because traditional interior doors eat floor square footage and pocket doors are often "lost" in the door frame, a sliding barn door offers the best of both worlds! Lots of photo credits: One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six and Seven.
I really love interior barn doors. It's rustic without looking country. I'd love to have one divide my family room from the dining room or my home office space. I hope I can incorporate this look at some point. What do you think about this look? Spencer E. Toy images via desire to inspire Above: A San Francisco entry by Feldman Architecture. Above: A bathroom door by the Brooklyn Home Company via Design Sponge. Above: A bright red door by Los Angeles architect Barbara Bestor. Above: A bathroom alcove with a sliding door by Max Levy Architect. Above: A sliding barn door conceals an office in a project by Greene Partners, via Sunset Magazine. Above: Barn-style doors conceal the laundry and a pantry in this kitchen via Sunset.
This bathroom door was salvaged from a sheep barn in New Hampshire. Using sliding barn door hardware ($100) meant the door didn’t have to be cut to fit the opening.
This bathroom door was salvaged from a sheep barn in New Hampshire. Using sliding barn door hardware ($100) meant the door didn’t have to be cut to fit the opening. Abode,Decorative,For the Home,Home Decor,Home Sweet Hom