This classic stairwell has all the character it should have. Wainscoting, sconces, crown molding and a large chandelier are all right where they should be. Even the perfect entry table and floral arrangement are in place.
This Gothic style mansion in Bronxville, NY, welcomes guests into a grand foyer wrought with traditional appeal. The space is welcoming with yellow-toned wallpaper, plenty of space for a piano and an ornate staircase with a built-in bench for seating.
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.
Leah Atkins' clients wanted to leave their cluttered, country style in the past and go for a fresh, traditional look in their new home. Thus, their entryway features a neutral color palette with antiques layered in, like a traditional console table, bust, oil painting and upholstered ottoman.
Black-and-white tile laid in a harlequin pattern creates striking contrast underfoot. Wainscoting brings a traditional element to the space, while abstract art and sleek sconces nod to the contemporary.
A black and white checkerboard flooring has been laid down in two areas in this home's entryway. The first section is in front of the front door, while the second is a little further into the home where a round stone table with a mosaic top echoes the checks.
With yards of garland and fairy lights, the foyer of this Atlanta home becomes a visual treat at Christmastime. Cream-colored ornaments and ribbons complete the display and echo the neutral tones in the stone flooring.
This two-story entryway combines traditional and Mediterranean influences for an impressive demeanor. A curved staircase is prominently on display, along with its scrolling ironwork. Red velvet accents are used throughout the main level for a cohesive look.
Constructed in 1853, this beautiful Federal-style home has been the residence of a number of high profile individuals, including August Coppla, brother of director Francis Ford Coppola. Can't you just imagine the family walking these halls or gathering in the kitchen?
A charming and classic entryway greets guests when they walk into this Bronxville, N.Y., home. Hardwood floors are softened by traditional area rugs, while damask wallpaper brings texture and elegance to the walls.
An oversized chandelier crowns this traditional foyer with flair to keep the formal room feeling more casual. The beautiful wood floors of this home are stained with a custom blend of walnut and dark oak stain to let the grain of the white oak shine through. The wood carries up a winding staircase, creating a cohesive space.
Rich woods — in the front door, floors and entryway console — create immediate warmth upon entering this gorgeous home. White paneled walls speak to the home's coastal undertones and ensure a bright, airy first impression.