Doors & Windows
Brume window film is the clean, modern alternative to net curtains or blinds – the contemporary solution for any window where you need extra privacy and security. They will make each design to fit your windows.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 12 April, 2012
When David and Christiane Erwin remodeled their 1951 cottage in 2006, they couldn’t find a period-appropriate front door to compliment the original mid-century architecture. David measured one of the doors down the street, and they decided to make a replica. Their vision unexpectedly turned into a business.
They started out building custom doors by hand using only the highest quality materials they could find.Strong demand for a more affordable solution led to the creation of a do-it-yourself kit.
Today, Crestview Doors designs and manufactures a variety of building materials perfect for any remodeling or home improvement project where authentic, affordable design is desired.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 20 March, 2012
Let the your blinds set the scene for with the new Velux blinds collection by Karim Rashid. Inspired by flow, movement and nature Karim has created 8 different gorgeous designs exclusively for Velux to inspire you and compliment your personal taste.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 14 February, 2011
Italian glass door company Casali devised a means for rethinking the idea of doors as borders between rooms. Instead they use their glass doors as an innovative means for reconsidering the ways that we divide space and provide privacy.
Posted by Lauren Proctor at 25 August, 2010
What’s the use in worrying about “wall art” when you can have DOOR ART? And also, why didn’t we think of this sooner. The days of beads hanging in the doorway, are long gone (unless you’re in college….or living in Venice Beach, then you get a free pass) Cleary, OTC an Italian company, realized that there was a need for creative, modern doors that weren’t your average glass door.
Posted by Chelsea Latimer at 26 July, 2010
Add personality to your doors with these beautiful doors trompe-l’oeil by french designer Koziel. The well-known Parisian district landmark: Montmartre’s stairs or a castle corridor – it will sure be a conversation topic next time you have guests.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 13 July, 2010
Dimension Millworks, Texas based company, just wanted to show us an example of why doors do not have to be flat and boring. One word – WOW! I wonder what is inside that door..
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 18 June, 2010