An enchanting front entrance with a Dutch door introduces guests to the traditional home. Built in 1902, the homeowners have taken great care to preserve and enhance the architecture and design of Laurentia, as well as to bring its structural integrity to the highest level.
The home's front door opens into a neutral foyer. On one side, a staircase allows passage to the home's upper floors, while the other side is a clear path to the back patio. Several doors open off the hallway to allow access to other rooms on the first floor.
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.
Foyer Features Unique Glass Door, Patterned Concrete Floor
The glow of the chandelier through the transparent pivoting door leads guests into the spacious Foyer. The sawcut concrete pattern in the entry sets the tone for the bespoke features showcased throughout this North Scottsdale, Arizona, home.
Gorgeous Neutral Foyer With Circular Floor Decor, Distressed Stone Support Columns and Open Hallway Design
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.
Beautiful Traditional Entryway With Antique Furnishings
Every good entry makes a statement, setting the tone for the rest of the home. The basic builder-grade staircase in this entry has been updated with traditional paneling, and the basic square post is wrapped with crown molding and base trim detailing.
A translucent room divider, mod chandelier and whitewashed palette create a sleek backdrop for modern art and furnishings in this California hilltop home. Upstairs, huge windows offer sweeping views and bathe the space in sunlight.
Natural light filters through this clean, white entryway, making it feel even brighter. Floating stairs with a clear glass railing lead the way to the home's second level. A gray rug grounds the floor space to add subtle contrast to the design.