Double doors shine all on their own, but designer Robin LaMonte paired these beauties with bright red bows and matching wreaths to make her client's front porch even more special. A doormat monogrammed with an "I" nods to the family's last name and keeps the elements at bay.
To give the master bedroom a sense of indoor outdoor living, architects installed double doors that open out onto a patio. The ceiling is vaulted and paneled in pale gray plank boards, enhancing the light-filled, open mood.
From a wider perspective, it's easier to see how Kay and Hooff seamlessly blended the kitchen addition into the home's existing features, per the clients' wishes. To pull it off, the antique glass passage knobs on the arched double doors match the originals elsewhere in the house. Gaze through the door to observe that the fireplace is surrounded by reclaimed brick and a plaster mantle. The reclaimed French oak floors continue into the room as well. Above the fireplace, a custom mirror enlarges the feel of the space.