Creating a welcoming first impression is this open and bright entryway. A floral-printed rug adds a touch of color to the space, and a simple wooden bench is the perfect spot to slip on shoes before heading out for the day.
Transitional Foyer Includes Original Hardwood Floors
To protect the home's original hardwood floors, the designers laid down a thick runner in the foyer. Thanks to its darker hue, the rug creates a sharp contrast with the white walls and brings in a touch of drama that's befitting of a Greek Revival-style home.
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.
To make the home's interior look a bit more modern, the designers painted the walls a crisp white and then layered in cool, contemporary furnishings. The light wood floors bring in some warmth and complement the farmhouse aesthetic at the same time.
Bright Transitional Entryway with Antique Console Table
A bright hallway with high gloss paint creates a reflective look and makes use of the natural daylight. The antique console table really works well with the client's art collection, adding just a pop of color to an otherwise neutral space.
Whereas the clean-lined console table gives the foyer structure, mixed prints make the space feel fun and youthful. Notice how designer Stefani Stein used the art to inform the color of the ottomans and ensure that the space looks interesting yet cohesive.
The same coral paint used in this entryway carries on throughout the great room, making all areas work cohesively. The white wainscoting helps tone down the saturation of the coral while also protecting the walls from everyday wear and tear in and out of the front door.
Though defined by white walls and hardwood floors, this entryway doesn't shy away from color. A large canvas with red, white and blue lines enlivens the space, while a couple of chinoiserie jars bring in a timeless pattern.
Stepping inside this San Diego home reveals crisp white walls and soothing blue accents. A wood bench decorated with pillows sits just below the stairs and gives visitors a comfortable place to wait on the owners.
In the foyer, the ceiling stretches up over two stories high to create a soaring space. The brown wallpaper in the formal dining room matches the front door and pulls visitors into the rest of the house.
Festive Christmas Entryway With Red and Black Accents
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.
White walls and a matte black door make a classic combination in this foyer. To the left, a console table gives the owners a place to drop their keys and mail, while a geometric light fixture illuminates the space overhead.
An arched front door opens into this entryway with soothing pale gray walls and warm hardwood floor. A narrow console table provides a place to drop keys and a clear glass candy jar provides welcoming treats while adding color to the space.
An entryway should make a statement, and this transitional foyer packs a glam punch. The understated palette gets its lift from a variety of luxurious textures and finishes, including mother-of-pearl tile, iridescent wallpaper and beaded sconces.
Tall, Open Multi-Floor Foyer With Decorative Chandelier and Wood Columns Lining the Staircase
A low angle photo accentuates the beautiful shapes in this open, bright foyer. A decorative crystal chandelier hangs down over the beginning of the staircase. The stairs turn and travel up lined with wood columns and handrail. A dark painted ceiling section adds depth to the design and compliments the gray walls of the first floor.