The raised landing in the foyer is the result of a structural challenge. To facilitate the raised entrance, a landing with stone tile was added in the foyer, with a step-down into the opened up living space. Seafoam green paint and natural wood walls create a beautiful and welcoming look.
Designed to look like a European chateau, this Tudor-style stone home is surrounded by lush landscaping and beautiful trees. The walls are covered with ivy, creating an Old World look, while wide stone steps lead up the entrance.
Talk about first impressions. Step into this home through a custom-made 11-foot tall hand-forged iron and glass door. In the foyer, an elaborate wrought-iron chandelier hovers overhead; travertine stone floors gleam underfoot.
Smooth stone steps lead to the lower lawn, which can be used for ball games or large gatherings. Along the way, guests will notice three terra cotta planters that speak to those by the home's main entrance.
With its huge portico, soaring stone columns, wrought iron balconies and grand staircase, this mansion in Dallas could easily be mistaken for a palace. Planters overflowing with palm fronds are staggered across the stone steps to draw the eye up to the glittering entrance.
Stacked stone steps lead to a charming, arched front door that gains entrance to this Mediterranean-inspired home's fairy tale-esque courtyard. Whimsical house numbers and lush, casual plantings add to the home's rustic and welcoming vibe.
Step through the decorative stone front door into the entryway of this modern home. A panel of chevron marble tile creates movement through the hall space past the frosted glass wall and into the open design of the home.
A new entry for this renovated 12,000-square foot main house showcases the home's rustic appeal and welcomes visitors into a retreat unlike any other. The stone exterior and steps beautifully accent the grand wooden post and beam entrance.
Half-circle steps lead to the home's main entrance, where a custom ironwork door waits to greet visitors. Stone columns, copper planters and twin sconces on either side of the door infuse the space with symmetry and balance.