On the right side of this photo, there’s a steel horseshoe around the bi-fold doors that open to allow air to come through the home and provide access to the outdoors. The cabinets are book-matched, meaning all the horizontal grain lines up across the entire room. This entire home has its door jambs and baseboards match, which you can see in this room, because Conrado bought one large oak tree, had it milled into lumber, and used that for all the moldings so the color was consistent throughout the entire home.
The windows are wood-clad steel windows imported from Italy. As the crates of glass were opened after delivery, dozens of panes dominoed to the ground, shattering, and requiring new glass be sent from Italy because, ….glass made in the US is a slightly different shade, and therefore would not match the rest of the in-tact windows. In terms of the this door, this is one of the first houses in the US to have wood clad on the interior (instead of the traditional steel).