Make a grand statement with your entryway. Here, beautiful arched doors lead into a spacious foyer with an eclectic mix of styles. A contemporary table is paired with a traditional black mirror and simple accessories for an eye-pleasing vignette, while a fur area rug adds warmth to the rustic hardwood floors.
Glossy dark brown handrails and balusters contrast against the rustic hardwood floors in this eclectic foyer. Taking advantage of every nook, the hallway is turned into a cozy seating area with chic glass cases for displaying favorite accessories.
A vintage gold mirror hangs above an entry table created from the custom radiator cover in this eclectic home's entryway. Pops of color are added with accessories while the black door and custom black and white doormat add contrast to the space.
This foyer uses a runner in a whimsical, unique way: as an extra long and colorful doormat of sorts. All the rugs in the room are durable to stand up to pets and kid traffic. And their colors and patterns bring in lots of personality.
This foyer wall used to have a large, awkward opening that made the room feel like an office waiting area. Designers closed it up and covered all the walls in a lovely textured wallpaper. The pedestal table can be used as extra serving space for entertaining.
When the owner of a run-down, century-old row house near D.C.'s Union Market asked Kerra Michele Huerta to help renovate their space, the designer leapt at the chance to get creative. After the construction crew dug out the basement to create a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment with a full kitchen for guests, Huerta stepped into the entryway and used remnants of unsalvageable pine floors to design a "welcome mat" inlay in the new foyer. The coat rack was repurposed too; though it seems right at home next to the bright red art, it's actually comprised of old pipes.
Lively wall hangings and a bright green and white patterned area rug greet guests the moment they set foot in this neutral entryway. A wooden front door adds a rustic touch, while an antique white dresser acts as a table for decorative vases and a lamp.
Designers strived to maintain a sense of the home's church origins by highlighting architectural elements like the beautiful, arched front door. A repurposed peg board hung on the wall makes for a fun spot to hang scarves and jackets.