Spacious and fun, this foyer creates openness with it's vertical metal banisters and modern flare. Mixed with the modern is contemporary art that hangs about the stairs and rich dark wood floor adds warmth to the space.
Every element in this modern foyer — from the frosted glass windows to the abstract statue to the architecture itself — quietly announces to guests that they are in for a treat in this gorgeous home. The rich hardwood and stacked stone add warmth to the room.
For a homeowner with an art collecting passion, clean, neutral walls act as a gallery to show off bold works. The foyer's sleek, geometric console table fits in with the modern aesthetic and doesn't overpower the photograph hanging above it.
This Upper West Side penthouse opens up into a warm and inviting foyer, outfitted with modern designs like the black-and-white rug, large framed art, and hallway that leads to a wall of new, oversized windows.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, the entrance of this newly remodeled home has been given an elegant, modern makeover with rustic accents. The wall that used to enclose the stairs has been knocked out, transforming the feeling of the space from claustrophobic and closed-in to open and inviting. The modern stair rail gives a bit of flair to the space, while the series of black and white photos throughout the stairway and entryway make the space elegant. Rustic accents, such as the bench in the front hallway make the space warm and inviting.
To create a seamless, open foyer and camouflage the front and powder room doors, the walls in the entry of this apartment were covered with articulated wood panels with linear etchings. The beige accent wall matches the large photograph.
The unusual split level design allows this open concept home to feel far larger than its 2774 square feet. Low walls create sight lines all across the space and let natural light from the many windows fill the rooms.
Natural light filters through this clean, white entryway, making it feel even brighter. Floating stairs with a clear glass railing lead the way to the home's second level. A gray rug grounds the floor space to add subtle contrast to the design.