Marble tile floor surrounds a decorative circular floor panel with deep green tile adding color to the neutral foyer design. Support columns create a solid frame for the space leading out into the house and down the open hallway. A curved staircase is based in the foyer further connecting the enchanting space to the house beyond.
This grand foyer is graceful and elegant in every aspect. Stunning crown molding, lavish marble floors and iron handrails are just a few of the noteworthy accents surrounding the sitting area and grand piano.
The dramatic hanging chandelier makes a grand statement in this traditional foyer. An eclectic mix of accessories adds interest to the space, which is grounded by hardwood floor and a simple neutral area rug.
Two-toned wood stairs pair with wrought iron railing for an elegant Spanish-inspired staircase. A beautiful wood paneled front door leads guests into the open foyer, which features travertine tile floors.
This foyer posed a design challenge because of its long, narrow shape. A pendant light brightens the space and gives off a beautiful patterned glow on the ceiling. Those patterns are picked up by the wallpaper. Two commissioned paintings by artist Gina Hurry depict the family's two daughters.
This traditional foyer offers a light and bright feel with a cream wall color and white trim accents. The dark wood console provides a beautiful contrast to the pin parquet flooring, while also allowing for storage of small necessities.
Glossy black stairs and elaborate wrought iron railing make a dramatic first impression in this two-story entryway. Arched windows bring in light through the stone walls, and a tiered chandelier adds a touch of glam to the space.
A traditional staircase pairs with an upholstered bench and a distressed side table to create an elegant yet inviting atmosphere upon entering this home. A warm color scheme of creamy neutrals and rich browns creates a compelling sense of authenticity.
This captivating foyer features opulent details with wrought iron railing for the stairs, an immaculate large chandelier, peek-a-boo windows gracing the high ceiling and an arch way front door with frost glass design.
Architect Julia Morgan, whose original design is seen in the curved detail of the front entry and doors in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015, often placed an emphasis on an interplay between exterior and interior spaces. The French doors seen here open wide to create a continuous gathering area between the front garden and entry.