Spacious, Traditional Foyer with Faux Water Feature
Parquet flooring and a dramatic, tiled faux water feature add interest to this traditional home's second-level main entry. Neutral colors dominate the light-filled space, allowing visual interest to come from architectural detail, use of texture and strategically placed pops of color. To create the "water" feature on the accent wall, the design team installed soft aqua quatrefoil tile behind a textured acrylic panel, using directional lighting to give it a waterfall effect.
Neutral Traditional Foyer With Pendant Light and Hardwood Floor
Perfectly poised on a striped rug, the client's dog, Riley, takes in a view of this neutral traditional foyer with crisp white molding and doors. A drum-shade pendant light provides soft lighting for the adjacent stairwell.
Look out below! The entry of this stylish home was jazzed up with a crisp, geometric pattern painted on the floor in white and eggplant purple. The high-gloss finish is a durable choice for the high-traffic area.
Neutral Master Bedroom Entry Hall With Sconce Lighting
This long, arched hallway with oatmeal-colored walls leads into the master bedroom's sitting area, seen at the end of the hallway. The master suite features a crystal chandelier and elegant draperies creating a warm and inviting retreat.
A corridor in the master bedroom suite of a Brooklyn, N.Y., townhouse maximizes storage and utility space with side-by-side closets. Wood floors and glass doorknobs are traditional touches in this functional space, while a beaded flush-mount ceiling fixture adds a touch of pizzazz.,
Constructed in 1853, this beautiful Federal-style home has been the residence of a number of high profile individuals, including August Coppla, brother of director Francis Ford Coppola. Can't you just imagine the family walking these halls or gathering in the kitchen?
Wide, traditional moldings with a glossy white finish add classic style in the traditional entryway of this Brooklyn townhouse. Dark-stained treads on the stairway and a dark handrail pop against the bright white trim for a crisp, pleasing contrast.
Clever shoe storage tucked beneath the stairway maximizes space in this traditional Brooklyn, N.Y., townhouse. Dark-stained stair treads and a dark handrail offer pleasing contrast against the crisp bright white trim.
The progression of the rooms across the back of the house is viewed from the living room through the dining room and into the breakfast room at the rear. The outstanding millwork and plasterwork are accented with green tones and lavish wallpaper.