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 charming and classic entryway greets guests when they walk into this Bronxville, N.Y., home. Hardwood floors are softened by traditional area rugs, while damask wallpaper brings texture and elegance to the walls.
The foyer opens directly onto this grand staircase in classic Colonial style. Traditionally, the hallway behind the stairs would lead to another room. But here, it goes to the back yard. French doors let sunlight into what would otherwise be dark, closed off space.
In this Neoclassic-styled entryway, richly-carved details and gold leaf accents highlight the sideboard and gilded mirror. A pair of buffet lamps and a custom floral arrangement project a flair of timeless elegance.
The gracious proportions and historic architectural details of this traditional entryway are given a light, modern feel with white walls against warm hardwood floors. The classic shape of the archway frames an interior view that extends through the living room to the family room windows.
This traditional entryway opens up to a dramatic chandelier, tall ceilings and exposed wood beams. An archway leads to a sophisticated, cozy sitting room with built-in bookshelves and comfortable white armchairs. Gray railings are paired with black metal rods for an elegant descend down the stairs.
A wide front door opens to a soft gray entryway accented by a colorful rug and matching tufted benches upholstered in a soft rose hue. Archways and traditional moldings carry throughout the space, adding architectural interest and traditional flair.
This Gothic style mansion in Bronxville, NY, welcomes guests into a grand foyer wrought with traditional appeal. The space is welcoming with yellow-toned wallpaper, plenty of space for a piano and an ornate staircase with a built-in bench for seating.
An enchanting front entrance with a Dutch door introduces guests to the traditional home. Built in 1902, the homeowners have taken great care to preserve and enhance the architecture and design of Laurentia, as well as to bring its structural integrity to the highest level.