Nautical-Inspired Foyer With Blue Door and Tall Wainscoting
This fresh transitional foyer features light gray walls and a bold blue front door. Tall wainscoting adds a statement, while a neutral striped upholstered armchair provides a traditional touch. Sailboat decor gives the space a nautical vibe.
Transitional Basement Bar With Built-In Wine Storage
The basement bar uses space that would otherwise be empty square footage. A custom bar aligns with the stair treads and is the same wood and finish as the steps. A dark charcoal wall is a complementary accent to the light gray paint. Glass subway tile adds a simple pattern to the space and open shelving keeps bottles organized and accessible.
Dark stained hardwood floors make for a warm welcoming entryway into this craftsman style home. The front door gets a modern update with glass panels set high on the door. Gray walls make a nice contrast with the white molding over the doorway to the next room.
White Wainscoting, Charcoal Gray Walls and Zebra Runner in Transitional Hallway
Charcoal gray walls with white wainscoting creates a beautiful, bold color combination on the walls of this transitional hallway. A zebra print runner rug travels the length of the hall adding personality while keeping with the sophisticated look.
Guests will be welcomed into this modern upgraded farmhouse with a sleek gray built-in with overhead storage, brass hardware and coat hooks. The wooden bench below provides seating and hidden storage for shoes.
Chris' unit receives an abundance of natural light. To reflect it throughout the 17th floor property, his designer friend insisted on using mirrors. Not only do mirrors help play with the light, they give the illusion of greater space, particularly when placed in smaller spaces such as the entry hall to the master suite.
Eclectic Foyer Features Eastern Accents & Spiral Staircase
Oversized candles on a contrasting table, Eastern influenced pendant lighting, striking wood floors, a spiral staircase and decorative wool rug create an exciting entry point to this home demonstrating how the foyer – a most often forgotten home component – can create a great first impression.
Contemporary Entryway Features Bright Orange Accents
Bright orange accents add pizzazz to this contemporary foyer. A vintage fiberglass table centers the room, and a stunning crystal chandelier hangs above. On one side of the space, a wallcovering with gray polka dots and orange damask stretches from the wall to the ceiling. A vintage orange bicycle and a large self-portrait complete the snazzy design.
The pendants in the foyer were carefully chosen both to stand up to the scale of the high ceilings and seamlessly mesh with the home's midcentury modern roots. The artwork on the back wall is made up of yarn-like designs that add depth to the space.
To make an exciting impression from the moment anyone walks into this apartment, the designer chose wallpaper with a bark-like pattern and a dark jewel-toned color for the ceiling. A shagreen console adds to the layers of texture.
This foyer uses a runner in a whimsical, unique way: as an extra long and colorful doormat of sorts. All the rugs in the room are durable to stand up to pets and kid traffic. And their colors and patterns bring in lots of personality.
This rustic entrance features a neutral stone accent wall paired with gray stone flooring. A heavy wooden door is propped open to reveal the mountain view, while a green bench offers a place for sitting to remove shoes and snow attire.
Traditional Stairway Features Black and White Gallery Wall
A gallery wall of black and white family photos enhances this traditional stairwell. White wainscoting against gray walls creates a neutral background while the geometric pattern on the stair runner keeps the space feeling warm and inviting.