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One of the most important parts of the planning is the choice of either installing it yourself or seeking help from professional. If you do not have enough knowledge about the process of installation and you are not equipped with appropriate tools, then you must never attempt to install it yourself.
The shape of the salvage doors and doorway helps to make them appropriate for a particular architectural style. Antique wood doors with transom glazing lights in the top of the door or above the door fits with the Georgian and Colonial Revival styles. Colonial Revival, Early Classical Revival and Neoclassical homes often feature a doorway with a round glazing fanlight at the top and may feature glazing sidelights as well. Rectangular transom lights used with side lights are most appropriate for a Greek Revival or Neoclassical-style home. The six to eight-panel wood antique entry door was popular with Georgian, Colonial Revival and Early Classical Revival architects. An antique entry door featuring a board and batten door with vertical wood pieces was used with Spanish Colonial, Tudor, Spanish Eclectic and Pueblo-designed homes. Antique wood doors that are set off on either side with pilasters, which look like a column cut in half lengthwise, add stylish grace to Georgian, Early Classical Revival, Greek Revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Colonial Revival, Neoclassical, Beaux Arts, Italian Renaissance and French Eclectic architecture. An antique entry door used with a pediment above it fits in best with a home built with a Colonial Revival, Georgian, Neoclassical, Italian Renaissance, Beaux Arts, Italianate, or Greek Revival aesthetic.
Because they offer a consistent look between your windows and doors, designers are beginning to use horizontal blinds to cover patio doors. Preventing the full conversion from vertical to horizontal, however, is the makeup of these blinds.
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