Located on a residential street minutes from Summerhill subway station, this amazing optical clinic (summerhilloptometry.com) will having you seeing all things beautiful! They have the most exotic and beautiful glasses frames I have ever seen. And all these frames are sitting there in this stunningly hip space---eclectic and elegant at the same time. And to top off the beauty of the space, Dr. Naeem has asked us to create doors to cover an unsightly nook that houses electrical panels.
Say hello to yellow, the Danforth! Just look at this main floor closet covered with two brightly painted barn door on our bypass system. The two doors are are 7' high, made out of poplar and painted a curry spice yellow.
If you would like us to build the barn doors and install a bypass system for your closet, contact us!
Tucked somewhere near Mount Pleasant is a little house that's got gorgeously big style! The owner wanted to replace her closet doors that don't work well, her powder room door that gets in the way of another entrance, and to add a door to the basement to create a private oasis. One by one, we installed the barn doors to these openings and the result...a wow reaction from anyone walking into the house. I'll take you through each install and see for yourself if you wouldn't love to have your house transformed like this!
It does help that the owner has got big style herself! I was enthralled with the unexpected ways she's designed her space, like painting the fireplace wall a neon orange. The art on the walls were intriguing to say the least.
And then your eyes are led to the maple slab door for the powder room just straight ahead.
The powder room hinged door posed a problem, when it opens, it blocks the entrance to the basement, making it awkward and annoying. But with the sliding door, all of that is resolved.
From where the powder room is, we move down to the basement where a big yellow X door awaits us.
Did anyone wonder how we got such a big door down the basement? The door was made and competed in the workshop, it was then literally cut in half before the installation. Once brought down stairs, the halves were assembled back together and finished to look like one door again!
If you would like a makeover that will change the way you (and everyone else) look at your house, contact us!
This is the second time we encounter a situation where the den in the condo is turned into a second/guest bedroom. The first time is here. Because the opening for these dens are usually large, and there isn't enough wall space for one large door to slide over, the solution comes from our telescopic bypassing barn door system.
My first time being back on the scene after the birth of our second baby is refreshing, I love photographing the spaces where the barn doors have made their mark. It is truly a transformation.
If you would like to turn your den into a second bedroom with style: talk to us!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6HG_i8d4iE We also made the slab doors here out of solid pine, horizontal planks!