Elements of this entrance mimic features inside the library for a cohesive look. Sconces framing the doorway resemble the dramatic pendant light over the fireplace. The doorframe's stain color matches the tray ceiling stain in the library.
Dark stain on moldings and doors complement the traditional architecture of this Brooklyn townhouse. Original details include a wood paneled wainscot and a transom window above the wide front door. A glass pendant with antique brass hardware fits with the style of the entryway.
This wooden staircase doesn't need embellishments to make it beautiful. Vertical and horizontal natural wooden boards make up the walls and the stairs' foundation. Stained wood for the stairs and railing create a beautiful contrast. The layered railing creates a smooth and effective support for moving floor to floor.
Stone siding creates a textural finish over the exterior of this country home. Stained wood siding covers the remaining exterior sections and blends seamlessly into a covered porch protecting wood rocking chairs. A mulched section borders the home with planted shrubs and ornamental grass.
The light, unstained wood front door fits perfectly with the fresh, bright look of this home's entryway. The light green walls surround the space with a positive energy. A white column, white trim and window seat fill the space with clean lines and sharp design.
There's a distressed quality to this coastal nightstand that adds a beautiful contrast to the bright, fresh surroundings. Coastal decorations add personality to the stand while keeping with the fresh and simple feel of the design. A white bed frame is covered with bright salmon linens and a turquoise throw blanket for pops of vivid color.
The front door of this home really sets the tone for the Spanish eclectic design of the home. The dark, wood door is warm and welcoming, beckoning guests into the home, while the geometric stained glass adds a pop of eclectic color.
The shelves and frames for the custom barn doors in this kitchen have been stained to match the cabinets and the base for the kitchen island. The natural color of the wood is infused with a hint of charcoal to coordinate these details with the cabinets and the gray and white tile floor and wall. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.