Door Design. Saturday , December 09th , 2017 - 06:04:40 AM
The world of architecture and design has always embodied the phrase "good artists borrow, great artists steal." Many of the most beautiful buildings on the planet take a hefty inspiration from an existing structure, and then the concept further than anyone imagined. This article will hopefully help you do the same thing on a smaller scale, your home's exterior wood doors. We'll be looking at a few different architectural inspirations for doorways with an emphasis on designs that can be easily adapted for your home. We'll look at some classic European style doors, some elaborate Spanish designs, and how you can bring a touch of classical Japanese refinement into modern home out west. Hopefully these ideas will be the inspiration you need to find the ideal exterior wood doors for your home.
Pink and grey were the colors of the first mural which gave the impression that a woman and a man were driving in to the garage but now the main entrance of the garage has an old car standing there. To make their home look different from other ones in their neighborhoods, the husband wife duo decided upon this bright idea. The garage mural apparently does not serve the function as intended by the husband wife duo and is now being used as a landmark for providing directions to their neighbors.
For the contemporary home the more sophisticated feeling of Shoji sliding exterior wood doors might be right for you. Although these doors stretch back hundreds of years across Japan and Asia, they are relatively new in the west, and can be used to create a very popular and chic east-meets-west vibe for your back yard, patio, or garden. These exterior wood doors are perfect for pool houses, garden sheds, or verandas that you want to turn from an eye-sore into a trendy feature. Additionally it's a natural complement for koi-ponds or relaxing small gardens. As with all exterior wooden doors the range of stains and varnishes you can use lets this work without any color scheme you could want, from a warm and earthy wood tone to a very dark black formal shine. Although this look is currently very popular it's also been around in the west just long enough you don't need to worry about it going out of style any time soon.
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