Neutral hues and clean, contemporary lines easily define the entry of this condo in San Francisco. Identical slipper chairs on either side of the console table not only balance the room, but also give the owners a spot to remove shoes and jackets.
Glass Doors Provide Seamless Access Between Indoor and Outdoor Spaces
In the rear of the home's entrance, designers added sliding glass doors to the back of the house revealing access to the back patio. This allows the homeowners to transition seamlessly from one entertaining space to another.
In the foyer, a wall of windows from floor to ceiling brings in plenty of natural light making the home feel bright and open. Even with the large space, designers made the entrance of this home feel a little more intimate with simple, warm furniture that brings the home to life.
Wood Added to Home's Ceilings Adds Warmth and Design Continuity
To create warmth and continuity throughout the home's first and second floor spaces, designers added wood to the ceiling of the spaces. This addition softened the home's neutral design and created a more "homey" feel throughout the design.
The entryway to this home is a multi-purpose space. On one side, a bench with hooks adds storage and keeps the front entrance organized, while the opposite side of the space plays host to a sitting area with a couch and attached chaise lounge and two fun, modern chairs, giving the family a great place for casual conversation.
Having an appealing spot to drop coats, shoes and other accessories as you come in the door will keep your space looking organized. Here, a cozy bench is perfect for slipping on your shoes, a coat rack holds hats, jackets and more, and baskets underneath the bench are perfect for stowing away other items.
Entryway Complete With Colorful Mirror, Console Table
At the foot of the stairs, a large mirror and wood console table create a drop zone for keys and mail. Not only does the mirror complement the runner with its bright purple trim, but it also reflects the natural light and makes the entryway feel larger in scale.
This modern foyer is all about clean, crisp lines. A custom front door blends modern glass and metal with warm wood slats, creating a juxtaposition that hints at what's inside. Gallery white walls provide an ideal backdrop for well-lit abstract art.
The trim in this foyer space got a fresh coat of white paint, walls got a coat of an airy gray paint, travertine floors were replaced with a matte oak flooring and an inset marble tile creates a sense of understated grandeur.