This captivating foyer features opulent details with wrought iron railing for the stairs, an immaculate large chandelier, peek-a-boo windows gracing the high ceiling and an arch way front door with frost glass design.
The entryway of this Hawaiian stunner features an arched doorway with an intricate, carved wood transom and iron-laced doors. A warm faux finish on the walls gives the space a cozy, homey feel despite its grand dimensions. A covered portico protects arriving guests from the elements, whether sun or rain.
The entrance to this property consists of three iron gates and pillars adorned with fresh flowers. As guests arrive, they'll be treated to views of the villa's charming, vine-covered exterior, with merlons that evoke thoughts of a castle.
This grand foyer is graceful and elegant in every aspect. Stunning crown molding, lavish marble floors and iron handrails are just a few of the noteworthy accents surrounding the sitting area and grand piano.
White French doors and a brilliant chandelier create a grand entrance into this master bathroom. Walls clad in gray and white tiles complement the gorgeous marble floors, giving the space a sense of unity.
A traditional entry table and Mediterranean-inspired chandelier welcome guests into this grand foyer, which opens up to the dining room. A large gold mirror reflects the beautiful dining room chandelier.
This gorgeous entryway manages to be both formal and inviting, with its round pedestal table and welcoming seating area. Stylish accents like an elegant console table, framed mirror and sparkly chandelier add to its elegant style.
A grand double staircase awaits guests who step into this home's entryway. Area rugs, one round and one rectangular, sit atop a rich hardwood floor, which is carried throughout the stairs and risers. A metallic chandelier adds the finishing touch to the room.
This long hallway entrance connects the foyer to the great room. Craftsman-style sconces and drum shade pendant lights guide the way. Stone columns meet wooden ceiling beams down the length of the hall causing the eye to travel with them.