The entryway to this home is a multi-purpose space. On one side, a bench with hooks adds storage and keeps the front entrance organized, while the opposite side of the space plays host to a sitting area with a couch and attached chaise lounge and two fun, modern chairs, giving the family a great place for casual conversation.
The front door of this home is both elegant and welcoming. The brick path leading up to the blue door welcomes guests inside, while the flowers in the roundabout and the perfectly landscaped shrubs and gardens give the home an elegance the mimics its mountain surroundings.
Palm trees provide texture and interest along the walkway to this new two-story home in Lido Key, Florida. The landscape design also brings together an extensive walkway and serene water feature. The front of the home receives natural light through the windows on the first and second floors.
The front entrance of this gorgeous French country estate is covered in beautiful, natural stone. Stucco arches cover the windows on one side of the home, the smooth surface contrasting with the rough stone, creating a visual division between the first and second stories.
A bronze sculpture by Rodrigo de la Sierra creates a lively tone at the front entrance to this Aspen residence. Bronze railings fabricated by Pitkin Iron line the stairway. Colorado-quarried stone supplied by Telluride Stone Company and cedar siding from Western Pacific Building Materials cover the facade.
The blend of textures in soothing neutral tones create a mix that is very inviting and balanced in this industrial front entryway. Originally, the home had two separate circular stairs units, one to get the basement, and one to access the Crows Nest above. By deleting one and fabricating a new larger circular stair that goes from Crows Nest to the multipurpose room below, an open space was created that is functional and interesting.