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  • Maureen Gaudreau

    Love the doors!! These double barn doors let the natural light from the laundry room into the hallway and are also an interesting architectural element. Around the corner is a landing strip. "I always try to incorporate a back hallway message center," explains Davidson. "It's a great place to come in, dump the mail and keys and keep that clutter out of the kitchen."

  • Michele Cloward

    I like all of it, the barn doors, the wall color, the board and batten and the chair in the hall

  • Rina Cifaloglio

    Revere Pewter Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 10

  • Margaret Kennedy

    Glass Barn Door Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas

  • Tammy Barrett

    Sliding doors: similar to barn door idea

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