From the inlaid marble floors to the elaborate groin vault ceiling, this traditional hallway exudes elegance and opulence. Rows of engaged columns frame large windows that bring in loads of natural light.
This romantic stretch of hallway creates an elegant feel with a curved ceiling, alternate lightning and traditional columns. The contrast of the tile floor against the hardwood works to define the separate spaces.
An iron mirror with filigree pattern fills the wall space entering into this vibrant bedroom. A sconce light flanks the mirror to give added visual interest and bring more color to the space with a burnt orange candle.
Clear globe fixtures light up the traditional hallway, where classic moldings and wainscoting bring architectural detail to the space. An entryway antique dresser is topped with an ornate mirror and pretty accessories for an elegant vignette.
Luxurious Entry Hall is Full of Stunning Architectural Details
The Palazzo, a 200-year-old mansion located in Rabat, Malta, boasts 10,700 square feet of living. The dramatic entry hall features an impressive skylight, as well as a thick glass floor that allows views of the floor below.
This neutral sunroom features a picturesque bay window trimmed in crown molding and framed in tropical print curtains. Fresh, neutral furniture is positioned around an oval coffee table, while a metal pendant light hangs above. Two columns provide a traditional finishing touch.
Polished marble floors, interior columns and a foyer with a sweeping curved stair rail and cloud-painted dome bring unmistakable elegance to this Washington home. The 10-acre property features an expansive list of amenities, from a theater room and library to an exercise room and elevator. Neutral walls throughout create a harmonious palette.
Although the home is newly built, the owners wanted it to have the charm and character of Southern homes from the 18th to early 20th centuries. To pull off that look, designers used six different types of casings and white painted millwork common to houses of that era.
Stone Tile Floor Hallway With Arched Wood Doors, Stacked Stone Door Frame and Stone Staircase
Red tone stone tiles continue from the staircase to the floor of this downstairs hall space. The warm wood finish of the arched doorways compliments the red tones of the tile. Stacked natural stones frame one door adding texture against the smooth neutral walls.