Restored 19th-Century Hall with Original Doors and Transom Windows
Transom windows above exterior doors at the face and back of this Alabama house admit dazzling shafts of sunlight, while corresponding features above interior doors branching from the foyer offer architectural echoes of the intricate furnishings designer James Farmer chose for the home.
Large Entryway With Wood Farmhouse Door and Hall Tree
This spacious entryway features a stained wood farmhouse door beneath a row of upper windows and flanked by wide sidelights. A hall tree sits next to the door near a gray Oriental rug that covers the hardwood floor.
This hallway is kept bright with white walls and natural light from the layers of large windows. Light hardwood steps match the flooring. A stylish glass table supports modern decoration and red flowers adding a touch of color to the hall.
This home's main living spaces flow easily into one another and yet feel unique to themselves, thanks to wall panels, huge windows and short halls. The darker wood ceiling and walls and lighter wood floor make the interior warm and inviting.
Glass-Enclosed Hall Blurs Lines Between Indoors and Out
Thin black trim and windows on all sides make walking upstairs feel like floating through air, blurring the lines between the home's interior and exterior. Face the front of the hall and enjoy a clear line of sight straight to the water.