A wood door with striped glass panels beautifully matches the light hardwood and molding in the foyer. A dark gray accent wall adds depth to the bright design. A wall cut out with open storage boxes is fixed next to a large built in cabinet with decorative wood finish accents.
The custom walnut and bronze door and bronze stair railing, designed by architect Steev Wilson, complements the warm walnut used in the light-filled entry. A handcrafted pendant light by Kevin Reilly hangs in the space as does mixed media artwork.
This chic entry is also fully functional thanks to a console table for storing keys, mail and other essentials. Gold-trimmed containers complement the mirror above, while Daikon Stilk sconces in onyx offer an unexpected yet luxe touch.
This entryway is masculine and modern, with a dark wood staircase and a stone accent wall offset by a stretch of white. A large piece of contemporary art brings some punchy color into the space as well.
The foyer of this home opens up to a shared living space with modern decor. The space is narrow but offers plenty of seating with a large sofa and two armchairs positioned to enjoy the mounted TV and gas fireplace.
A simple yet sophisticated foyer welcomes guests to this 1930s Mediterranean villa in Los Angeles. By limiting the decor to a marble-topped table and worn neutral runner, the designers ensured that all eyes would be on the room's interesting architectural details, like the coffered ceilings, carved faces and Spanish-style staircase.
Minimal decor ensures that all eyes are on the artwork in this modern foyer. A large skylight illuminates the room from overhead and prevents the black accent wall from feeling too heavy, while a floating buffet and round rug complete the space.
To create a seamless, open foyer and camouflage the front and powder room doors, the walls in the entry of this apartment were covered with articulated wood panels with linear etchings. The beige accent wall matches the large photograph.
The abstract millwork in the entryway pulls guests into the main spaces of the home. On the wall opposite the millwork, a series of photographs help to showcase the homeowners' love for art as well as their personality.