A hallmark of Southwestern architectural style, this adobe home exterior features Pueblo Revival design with a flat roof and rounded exterior walls. A bright red front door and window frames pop against the brown exterior, giving the home character.
Interior designer Anisa Darnell used a fresh boxwood wreath to decorate her metro Atlanta front door, which has beveled glass. For the door's brown weathered look, she stained the door with a mixture of dark walnut and gray. The lines of the door are classic and timeless, she says.
This charming country home was first built in the 16th century on the site of a farmhouse that served Netley Abbey all the way back in the 13th century. Some of the home's wonderful details are thought to come from the Abbey itself, including the front door, stonework and a mullioned window in the drawing room.
Spanish style front doors with wrought iron detail make for an impressive, dramatic entry to this home. The foyer staircase mimics the iron-and-wood pairing on the doors. A chrome chandelier with silver, draping metal chains adds a contemporary touch to this transitional foyer.
The dark, rich wood finish of the front door is a beautiful contrast to the stark white interior walls and ceiling. Windows framing the door let in natural light to highlight the bright, clean look of the simple and timeless design. A heavy light fixture pairs with light sconces and thin picture frames for a balance of decor.
The clean, simple lines of the architecture and furniture, including a stately wood front door and rectangular console table, keep this foyer stylish and elegant. Soft yellow walls brighten the transitional space.