2,116 An eclectic front entry hall piece Home Design Photos

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Indian Hill Contemporary
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An eclectic front entry hall piece
“colorful furniture with family photos” — almitafrankel
Duffy Design Group
3 Reviews
York Harbor Maine
Ideabooks14,923
Questions8
Where is that entry rug from?
Amazing statement piece for entry way
A well done repurpose sing of the entry table.
big, I could put a small statement piece at entry to help divide from dining area.
table base! and plant in front of side light
and weathered texture make it the star of this entry hall. It's sculptural and mysterious and makes me curious. Did it come from an old, dusty Victorian factory? Or was it a set piece in a post-apocalyptic movie? This is a great example of opening your mind and your home to new/old possibilities
Make a statement with one unique piece. This part from an antique French scale was transformed into a stunning piece of furniture with a simple board across the top. An antique or reclaimed piece like this will show guests your creativity right off the bat.
“Unusual use of metal piece.” — vpriver
Peg Berens Interior Design LLC
5 Reviews
Country French Hallway - Robert Naik Photography
Ideabooks6,146
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A coat rack is a great idea for coat and hat storage if you are without an entry closet. Look how simple and stylish this is!
Country by Ethan Allen Logan Hall Tree
Where can I buy hall tree
Hall tree still available at Ethan Allen, looked at it today. Color choices have changed, but they have many beautiful ones to choose from.
This hall tree came from Ethan Allen. I'm not sure if it is still available as this was purchased quite a while ago, but you can check! Peg
Love this front entry and colour
size is small enough for front entry
The hall tree for front foyer
“Amazing entryway piece” — Amanda Del Cotto
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Clairemont Whole House Renovation
Ideabooks11,269
Questions15
some artwork. My floor is all ceramic starting in front of door and have wood floors on living room side. When people walk in the front door, they are afraid of dirtying the floor and get all crowded at door entrance. Any suggestions?.
what entry tile would coordinate with a natural red oak floor
We need to refloor a large area- I am hoping to use tile in the entry and a light oak floor for the living/ dining kitchen area ( 5th Avenue Chablis by Robbins (what was ruined in our flood) or something more cost effective but hopefully as pretty) but I'm having trouble coordinating the colors
Create an entry hall with your furniture placement. In this case the back of the sofa effectively produces the feeling of an entry hall. You could gain the same effect with a pair of chairs.
“Entry” — tissandier
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
From Kids to Quiet
Ideabooks4,969
Questions7
Thanks for your question. We believe this hall tree was custom made.
Thanks for your question. This is a custom made piece, so not a towel bar. I'm sure if you are re-creating your own piece a towel bar would work perfectly. This bar only projects a few inches, 3"-4".
useful big piece and a pretty focal point for a narrow area
use an old door to create an interesting piece for the front door area
Old door transformed into a hall tree
Entry furniture for coat hat and umbrella
“Good idea for antique door” — fairoaks3
Traditional Entry
Ideabooks30,628
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Who is the manufacture of the entry door and screen door?
Hi, just wondering what the color is in this entry?
Where did you find the chandelier in the hall ?
Do you know if the hall color BM White Linen is in a flat or not?
Hi stephles, thank you for your interest in our project! The lantern in the entry is from Studio Steel.
Hi cguilfoyle, thank you for your interest in our project! The table in the front hall is an antique drop leaf farm Harvest Table.
large mirror, some old wood as the frame, and a large piece of thin bottom wood piece. Cut the wood pieces on both ends along 45 degrees diagonal. Secure around the mirror on the bottom wood piece, then nail the frame wood pieces on the bottom piece too. Use some old rusty mails to do the job.
“Side Table. Hall way” — Don Garnier
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Starry Night Farm - Stair Hall
Ideabooks3,883
Questions8
Starry Night Farm - Stair Hall
Where do you source the scrollwork inset above the front door from?
The front door and transom was designed by Archer & Buchanan Architecture and manufactured by Artisian Custom Doorworks.
The door hardware is an antique rim lock and strap hinges. You can either find and purchase antique pieces and have them refurbished with a metal fabricator or blacksmith or purchase antique reproduction hardware. In this case, the hardware was provided
Bench in hall of entry would be cool
exactly like our front hall and stair case - could be a really cheery color combo.
This high transom window with Gothic muntins lets the light shine in, while maintaining the privacy provided by a solid front door.Tell us: Do you have a transom window in your home? Where would you love to install one?More:Transom Windows: Why Use Them and Where?
“Entry door design...natural wood no paint” — Lilly Burkett
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
Ideabooks15,286
Questions15
I bought a sideboard like this 30 years ago. What an interesting entry piece! Type of paint used?
I love this entry. What is the wall color?
This entry way is so beautiful. I have been looking into home decor steamboat springs co
Where is the front door and sidelights from, love the arches - unique!
Hi! Thanks for your questions! The front door and sidelights were found at a salvage yard in Winder, Georgia that is now out of business. The arches are great! Hope this helps! Corynne
entry door side lights and transom, high ceiling in entry foyer
Front hall or over DR buffet...mirror and dishes
Love the entry look...Chest is beautiful!
The wall hangings. Love the entry.
floors, wall color, trim and front door. great blend. nice distressed piece for foyer.
“Everything” — trh13
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