This vestibule combines warm finishes with rich textiles and artwork to create an intimate space. The custom-designed double doors pocket carefully into back-lit niches and offer a dramatic entrance to the art studio, which sits at the back of the house like a hidden gem.
Brian Patrick Flynn brings a touch of the holidays to this foyer with a framed advent calendar made of holiday postcards and a cake stand holding glass ornaments, not to mention the live, decorated Christmas tree.
Kristi Nelson designed this foyer featuring hardwood floors, textured wallpaper and an elliptical glass-paneled entry door. A double layer of rugs adds warmth, while the console table provides a practical place to stash your keys and the wall mirror allows you to check your look before you head out of the house.
A neutral orange hue with marbled effect covers the high walls in this foyer. Beige molding and a natural hardwood floor finish create a calm, neutral palette to compliment the spacious feel. A mint green, glass door cabinet uses interior lighting to highlight trinkets and art stored inside. Gold greyhound statues frame the large arch doorway that leads into the home.
The designers of this beach cottage used a neutral foundation—white walls and a pale hardwood floor—as a springboard for bold, colorful patterns. Here, in the foyer a yellow and white graphic rug makes a sunshine-y welcome.
This lovely foyer provides access to the dining room or to a staircase leading upstairs. Neutral-colored tile floors are not only beautiful, but they're also functional in that they hide dirt well and are easy to clean.
This home's foyer was once dark and boring but now projects a light, airy vibe. The woodwork is painted with Benjamin Moore White Dove and a whimsical gold and cream wallpaper is used throughout. Finishing out the design are a Visual Comfort light fixture, a pair of Mr. Brown mirrors and a Modern History chest.