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40 modern entrances

Discussion in 'Styling & Decorating' started by Leo2413, 4th Apr, 2016.

  1. Leo2413

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    I don't know which one I like the most, but Ive always wanted to have an entry way with a nice deck and those led lights in the deck itself. I've also seen automatic lighting on a mailbox that lights up if there is movement close by. Not exactly sure how it works, but it helps people looking for a certain address at night
     
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    This is what I would put as my front entry if I was allowed :p
     

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    If it's more than 30cm deep you'll have to put a childproof fence around it :(
     
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    Wow that's like visiting the future! :cool:

    Can't pick one amongst that lot! but you have to appreciate each of them on their own, and tip your hat to the architects, they are works of art!

    Those types of places inspire and give me something to work for (or not work ;)). Did you notice only 1 had a door mat! They're all fancy as ****! :cool::cool:
     
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    After that post this came up!! :mad: leave me alone internet!!
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    I think so, but I'm just getting used to wine for breakfast :p
     
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    Hmm, most could work. Not a fan of #6 that has a huge structure right on top. Feels like it could fall on your head anytime :confused:
    No on one that looks like prison bars, and not for one with random cubics everywhere. I think entrance should be feel safe, big and welcoming o_O
     
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    @EN710 agree! I thought the timber and sandstone ones felt homlier
     
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    Going for the contemporary wood look with matrix cladding for my brissy one. Hopefully it will work well together as a facade. Always wanted to use that wood look and now I think is my chance.
     
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    I'll need to go back to brissy thread bit did a quick google...
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    @Leo2413 You should not show these kind of photos. :D
    They just derail a lot of PC'er from achieving the goal of early retirement.

    We need more numbers, yield, gain....

    Btw, they are all impressive, don't mind to have one if the yield is right :D
     
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    Yes something along those lines mate. Well also keep that contemporary wood look throughout the home. Well have a rendered brick fence line to set the tone, then all lightweight behind that.
     
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    Hehe. .but aren't some of them just inspiring. .:p
     
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    That's what sucks.... i want a deep moat, no fence and crocodiles swimming in it :D