This dramatic foyer sets a razzle dazzle tone with lacquered wallpaper and glittery lighting and furniture. Wallpaper with a glossy finish like this one is a good way to bounce light around a small or dark room.
Palest blue walls act as a neutral in the foyer, while adding a hint of color and depth to the space. At the foot of the stairs, a built-in bench is a handy landing pad for putting on shoes or dropping off bags.
This downtown high-rise features a foyer with navy, hand-painted giraffe print wallpaper and a cream cowhide rug. Modern lighting and a velvet chartreuse bench add even more over-the-top luxury to the space.
This powder blue foyer features traditional wainscoting paired with a blend of hardwood floors and gray-blue floor tiles. A white table lamp and green vase of flowers sit atop a dresser that serves as a console table, while a chandelier illuminates the stained glass window. A staircase leads the way to the upstairs area.
The updated entry offers a preview of the major transformation of this classic urban home that uses bold color and an efficient modern layout with good flow to create a beautiful city retreat packed with personality.
Replacing an existing window that was smaller, a new insulated double hung window with white trim over the bench with relaxed roman shades brings lots of natural light into the entry. Two adjustable industrial-style wall sconces with a polished nickel finish help illuminate the space.
Jackson Paige Interiors pulled out all the stops when designing this Brentwood home's foyer, where coastal and contemporary designs combine for a fun signature look. From the bottom up, the room preserves its cottage roots; above the chair rail, however, purple teardrop wallpaper sets a contemporary tone, all of which cleverly introduce the design elements incorporated throughout the home.
Beautiful hardwood flooring with a compass design and an eye-catching design make this transitional entryway really stand out. The white molding carries through to the wainscoting for a cohesive design.
The all-white aesthetic creates a wonderful sense of calm, but that doesn’t mean small doses of high-energy color are unwelcome. It’s just the opposite, actually. Highly saturated color used sparingly always feels a little optimistic when paired to a fresh, crisp white.
This light and bright entry features a white acrylic and metal console table positioned in front of a wall covered in blue and gray patterned wallpaper. A metal Sputnik chandelier hangs above, while blue vases and white table lamps sit atop the console. A graphic print lends a finishing touch.