This Crow's Nest Mansion in Bronxville, NY, offers guests lots of architectural design upon entering the space, from the coved ceilings to the corner fireplace with a rich, detailed mantle. The bay window lets in natural light and features a bench for extra seating, while a large Persian rug lines the floor.
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.
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.
Providing an elegant entrance, this home features beautiful French doors that open up to a traditional foyer with shiny hardwood floors, a large white entry table and frosted pendant light beside the wooden staircase.
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.
A timeless wood and white staircase leads down to this traditional style foyer. A dark wood cabinet adds a richness to ground the airy design. The neutral color scheme and clean style boast a simple, sophisticated look.
Designer Helen Richardson artfully arranges a topiary and art on top of a dresser in this traditional entryway. White stair risers, posts and trim pop against the rich red two-tone striped wallpaper. Grouping accessories in odd numbers and varying the sizes and shapes of the pieces adds visual interest to the collection.
The main house spans two floors, which are connected by a staircase and a lift. The entrance is a show-stopper, too, as it opens to an atrium with vaulted ceilings made of Roman concrete. The floor is comprised of an impressive mosaic made with genuine cards from Roman times.
Guests are greeted by an expansive and breathtaking entryway in this Atlanta, Ga., home. A double staircase flanks the elaborate and sophisticated chandelier, while tile laid in a diamond pattern grounds the space. Architectural details, like columns and traditional moldings, bring in an elegant note.