This gorgeous foyer provides a bright and cheerful first impression for large groups of family and friends that feels open and welcoming. The pink rug and upholstered bench cushion add a touch of color and whimsy. The hanging lamp gives a rustic touch to the space.
Soft tones define the style for this contemporary foyer. Large windows flanking the door bring a lovely light to the space. The lively pops of blue and pink update the traditional motif fabrics and keep the space young and fresh.
In the foyer, a wall of windows from floor to ceiling brings in plenty of natural light making the home feel bright and open. Even with the large space, designers made the entrance of this home feel a little more intimate with simple, warm furniture that brings the home to life.
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.
To create a fresh look from the moment one enters the foyer, designers added conversation pieces to add instant appeal. The slender window allows light to flow into the space, while the owl and insect accent pieces draw the eye.
Whites, creams and neutral tones blend to create an atmosphere that's at once casual and sophisticated. Expansive windows make this already-bright space feel even lighter and larger. The lively pops of blue and pink update the traditional motif fabrics and keep the space young and fresh.
Kristi Nelson designed this foyer featuring hardwood floors, textured wallpaper and an elliptical glass-paneled entry door. A double layer of rugs adds warmth, while the console table provides a practical place to stash your keys and the wall mirror allows you to check your look before you head out of the house.
Just on the other side of the doors, light streams into this beautifully decorated hallway. A massive suzani textile hung as wall art provides all of the color and pattern this entryway needs, paired with the intricate geometric web traced by the shadows that the window design casts on the floor.
Glossy black stairs and elaborate wrought iron railing make a dramatic first impression in this two-story entryway. Arched windows bring in light through the stone walls, and a tiered chandelier adds a touch of glam to the space.