Storage and Style in Bar Area Connected to Dining Room
Just off the dining room in this home, designers added a bar space to make entertaining easier for these homeowners. Although a small space, it is both stylish and functional, from its metallic penny round tile backsplash to its glass paneled cabinets for storing drink glasses to the multiplicity of cabinets and prep sink, this space is perfect for mixing drinks and setting up hours d'oeuvres it looks great, too!
Connected to the living area and dining room, the foyer creates flow between the spaces with a soft, neutral color scheme. Modern art and funky light fixtures add both color and interest to the entryway.
Living Space with Wallpapered Ceiling, White Paneled Walls and Wood-and-metal Sideboard Hutch
Intricate and well-thought-out details create a special, elegant space. Starting with the wallpapered ceiling and including a spectacular circular mirror and metal-and-wood sideboard hutch, this hall space exudes class.
A charming and classic entryway greets guests when they walk into this Bronxville, N.Y., home. Hardwood floors are softened by traditional area rugs, while damask wallpaper brings texture and elegance to the walls.
In addition to a wine cellar, this luxury home comes with its own lounge and wet bar. In turn, the owners can easily host intimate gatherings with close friends and large-scale parties without ever leaving their property.
This sunlit entryway receives another dose of color with a painted front door. The blue hue, combined with coral and rope accents, suggest a subtle nautical theme. Urn pendants and a curved ceiling add further character to the transitional space.
To create the look and feel of an entryway although the home is completely lacking in one, a properly scaled console table was placed just inside the door to hold keys, mail and wallets. The space above is used to hold jackets, scarves and bags while the space below houses baskets for shoes, boots and pet supplies.
A glass-paneled banister with a chrome railing lines this long modern hallway on the second floor of this tropical home. Custom art was installed to add visual interest and a door leads out to a patio with an amazing landscape view.
The beautifully crafted ﬂoating walnut wall tiles evoke blooming ﬂowers throughout the entryway and stairs. To add a statement-making touch, the panels are backlit. For the railing beside the stairs, recycled resin with actual wheat grass pressed inside adds a touch of nature.
Dark stain on moldings and doors complement the traditional architecture of this Brooklyn townhouse. Original details include a wood paneled wainscot and a transom window above the wide front door. A glass pendant with antique brass hardware fits with the style of the entryway.
A round leather ottoman takes center stage in this traditional hallway. A dark console table with a pair of lamps on either end features a collection of books, small plant and a vertical piece of art to add visual interest to the space.