This master suite's vestibule was designed in a half-elliptical shape, turning it into an intriguing little jewel box. Its graphic styling mimics the building's windows. The artist-built door is made of curved metal and glass.
In this dreamy art deco entrance to a bedroom, hand-painted ethereal blue walls are paired with gold and blue scrollwork on the ceiling. Graphic patterns inlaid into the floor further enhance the decadent space.
The bedroom vestibule by Mark D. Sikes has a tented ceiling using blue-and-white striped and ikat fabric from his collection with Schumacher during the 2018 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City. The room also includes a carved table and fabric ottoman, matching lamps and vases and artwork.
Garden level entry with blue/gray tiles in the vestibule, leading guests too the oak hard wood floors in the basement entrance. The unique shape of the tile adds an interesting feature to this entryway.
This vestibule combines warm finishes with rich textiles and artwork to create an intimate space. The custom-designed double doors pocket carefully into back-lit niches and offer a dramatic entrance to the art studio, which sits at the back of the house like a hidden gem.
This cozy vestibule welcomes visitors and gives clues to the home’s overall design scheme, the pairing of old and new. Modern artwork and a contemporary pendant light cozy up to Brazilian chestnut floors and traditional furnishings.
The tableau in this modern vestibule sets a dramatic stage with a bright blue painting and textured walls. The sculpture on the table was inspired by fashion icon Diana Vreeland, known for her red lips and fingernails.