A stunning grand foyer greats you as you enter this home. Look up to see the impressive domed chandelier, balcony and staircase done in wrought iron. The Corinthian columns tie it all together into a truly remarkable and elegant space.
With lanterns and flower pots on either side of the steps, the front of this home boasts beautiful symmetry and balance. Large address numbers hang over the door to ensure that guests know where to go.
This elegant home features simple and modern designs enhancing the natural location of this mountainside retreat. The entryway is bright and open with a warm limestone tile wall, oak wood flooring and a stunning contemporary crystal chandelier above.
This elegant foyer features white marble tile floors in a herringbone pattern and a simple bench under an abstract wall painting. The white walls allow the wide crown molding and arched doorways to take center stage.
The dramatic hanging chandelier makes a grand statement in this traditional foyer. An eclectic mix of accessories adds interest to the space, which is grounded by hardwood floor and a simple neutral area rug.
This elegant entry in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 features a glamorous chandelier, arched windows, and natural artistic elements. Designers Elan Evans and Charlotte Meyn took inspiration from the lines and shapes in the garden and integrated them into the foyer.
This foyer rotunda comes to life with a hand-painted ceiling edged in a band of specially-commissioned blown glass, creating a kaleidoscope of vibrant hues. The Italian travertine flooring with gold veining initiates in the foyer. An accent back of Jerusalem Gold travertine, augmented with another band of charcoal glass-tile inserts, mimics the oval architecture of the space.
The homeowners wanted an elegant foyer that makes a statement upon entering the home, so designers created a space with bold statement pieces and a calm color palette for a welcoming and comfortable feel for all guests.
This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration. Beautiful moldings highlight the walls in this traditional entryway, while a pair of window seats flank the front door.