Dressing up Entries adds a ‘welcome’ to your home . . . it tells visitors where to find you
Here are some photos of a few entries that we’ve done over the years.
This home had a mid-1970’s entry with double doors and a low roof line over the entry. The door and sidelights are a nice change both outside and inside of the home. The sloped entry ramp is also a nice feature for a couple that likes the better access and flow in the front yard.
Same home as above. This is a new backyard entry that was part of a whole-house remodel.
New entryway – This space had a low and vaulted ceiling that is gone, and the adjacent upper wall is opened to the dining room. This opens up the home to the beautiful rural setting in the hills of Santa Rosa.
This is a ‘during’ photo showing how the home’s secondary entry was configured.
New door installed, plus glass blocks added at transom and to right of doorway to match blocks in adjacent office space at left.
Another 1970’s double door set replaced with new door and sidelights.
Much better than the 1970’s door and colored sidelights. This is a wood door set that is painted.
Before refinishing the Door.
Entry Door Refinished
New Entry – used to have double door set.
Same home – Before the Bay window set as added.
New bay window finishes the front of the home and enhances what was begun with the entry door.
This is a backyard entry that is part of an addition and remodel to the home.
New door and sidelight – updated the look of the 1960’s home.
This is the interior side of the entry door set.
Entry before new door was installed
Entry after new door was installed
Another converted double door set . . . now single door with sidelight.
Relocated entry door set – part of addition and remodel.
This is part of an addition in the historic district. Very nice backyard entry.
This little stoop is much nicer with the tile, and so simple to do.
New backyard entry – part of addition and remodel to home.
Re-designed and enlarged entry.
Interior of re-designed and enlarged entry. Note the use of glass block over interior doorways and left of entry door.
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