Upon entering the foyer, a view of the stunning traditional staircase is juxtaposed by clean white walls and contemporary lighting – the first example of the seamless transitional style found within the rest of the home.
Boy's Red and White LEGO-Themed Playroom With Play Table
This boy's red and white playroom was designed to match his love of LEGO bricks. It includes a red and white striped area rug with matching cornice, a white window seat with cabinet storage, a clear acrylic play table and a creative bundle hanglamp pendant light.
Home's Entry With Orb Crystal Chandelier & Inlaid Hardwood Floor
The entryway opens up to the living room on one side and the dining area on the other. The intricate front door is influenced by the home's Mediterranean design, and an orb crystal chandelier dangles above the inlaid gray hardwood floor with a herringbone design.
Transitional Crafts Room With Built in Cabinet Storage, Moveable Table Panels and Adjustable Pendant Lights
Built in storage including traditional white cabinets, glass door cabinets and open display shelving leave this space organized and free from clutter crowding the work space. Moveable table panels slide over the white countertop for creating a comfortable and suitable workspace. Adjustable pendant lights allow for light control over the tabletops.
A large black console table with white drawers sits beneath a large square mirror in this sleek entry space. Contemporary sconce lights provide soft lighting for a metallic gray ceiling, which continues to the adjacent stairwell area.
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.
Opt for hide rugs in high-traffic areas, like foyers and hallways, because they can stand up to the hustle and bustle. “I love to use hide rugs in foyers and hallways. Since hides are natural animal skin, the material is incredibly durable and cleanable. Hides can be made into rugs in a variety of patterns that include checked, striped, chevron and even circular patterns. This striped hide rug was an ideal choice for this large, central hallway. We custom made it to size and only included white and gray colors which gives the rug some variety, but still allows it to have a neutral and soft effect, says Claire Paquin of Clean Design Partners.
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.
A large mirror reflects a view of the living room from the hallway of this open living space. In case extra seating is needed, ottomans are stored beneath a slim black console table. A potted houseplant is a fresh and lively accent.
Transitional White Foyer With Console Table and Wall Mirror
White walls, an eye-catching mirror and an eye-catching console table make this transitional foyer feel clean and welcoming. The fiddle-leaf fig tree adds a refreshing splash of greenery and makes good use of the corner space.