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Traditional White Foyer With Stairs and Blue-Striped Rug
Clean white millwork stands out against the dark hardwood flooring, creating appealing contrast in this home's entry. A bold-striped area rug in white and blue add a pop of color to the space's neutral palette, while a brown carpet runner leads upstairs, softening the wood stairs.
This traditional black and white foyer has soft neutral marble floors and neutral cream paint on the walls. Intricate wooden columns and archways are complemented by gorgeous black detailing in the iron stair rail and glossy wooden entryway table, adorned with an oversized vase of fresh flowers
A gallery wall greets guests upon entering this modern, white foyer with a crystal chandelier and patterned blue rug. The custom black, wooden front door pairs with the dark wood stairs and cool marble flooring.
Classic Traditional White Foyer With Spiral Staircase
Capiz mosaic tile shimmers on the stair risers, adding a coastal look to this traditional foyer. White paneling and a crystal chandelier give the space a classic elegance. Wrought iron balustrades echo the Mediterranean style of the exterior.
The bold, black and white stair railing is a stunning focal point in this eclectic foyer. Bold blocks of color, from the blue door to the cherry red rug, pop against neutral tones in this sparsely furnished space.
Traditional Foyer Vignette With Potted Topiary Tree
White stair risers, banisters and trim pop against the rich red two-tone striped wallpaper in this traditional entryway. A tabletop topiary, ornate gold box and gold picture frame arranged on a side table add visual interest to the space.
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.
Winding Staircase With Dark Wood Steps and Matching Railing and Bold, Colorful Southwestern Runner
A bold red and orange runner spices up this white staircase. The patterned rug gives a southwestern feel to the traditional look of the dark wood stairs over a white base. Dark railing matches the steps for a cohesive finish.
Enter this traditional, two-story home and be greeted by a spacious foyer with stone tile flooring. A light green wall color brings in the natural colors from the outside paired with white wainscoting. Striped carpeting on the stairs lead the eye to the second level.
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.
Neutral Traditional Foyer With Pendant Light and Hardwood Floor
Perfectly poised on a striped rug, the client's dog, Riley, takes in a view of this neutral traditional foyer with crisp white molding and doors. A drum-shade pendant light provides soft lighting for the adjacent stairwell.
Wood Details in Transitional White Foyer With Patterned Tile Floor Panel and Open Stairs
In the foyer, a patterned tile was chosen as an area “rug” inset to create a sense of surprise and drama upon arrival at the front door. The custom railing and wood stair treads lead up to the living room for an open and spacious connection to the home interior. A white bench supports a piece of art for added texture to decorate the foyer.
The open floor plan unfolds from the entryway into a elegant white living room. Traditional elements, like the fireplace and area rug, combine with more modern pieces, like the see-through coffee tables and neutral sofa, for a comfortable gathering spot.
Traditional Entryway With Rich, Red Wallpaper and Topiary
Designer Helen Richardson artfully arranges a topiary and art on top of a dresser in this traditional entryway. White stair risers, posts and trim pop against the rich red two-tone striped wallpaper. Grouping accessories in odd numbers and varying the sizes and shapes of the pieces adds visual interest to the collection.
Open Stairs Lead Into Contemporary, Yet Traditional Foyer
To create an open feeling throughout the home, the second floor landing and staircase were left open for a clear view between floors. Upon descending the stairs, guests enter the foyer of the home, which is half contemporary, with hardwood floors and an oriental rug, and half traditional, with patterned tile and large pots filled with bamboo shoots for dramatic effect. The neutral color palette and slope of the stairs help to anchor the space, creating a pleasing blend of the two styles.