18,317 Entryway Home Design Photos

Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Gibson House Dresses up for Christmas
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in the entryway, called Japanese leather, imitates the expensive leather wall coverings that were popular at the time.
Embossed and gilded wallpaper in the entryway, called Japanese leather, imitates the expensive leather wall coverings that were popular at the time
in the entryway, called Japanese leather, imitates the expensive leather wall coverings that were popular at the time.
“Leather wall coverings.....#YESPlease!!!” — joimaison
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Cynthia Lynn Photography
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Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio
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is the entryway into the first level of the studio, and straight ahead is a set of stairs leading to the second-floor balcony.
is the entryway into the first level of the studio, and straight ahead is a set of stairs leading to the second-floor balcony.
“wall color and trim” — joe7777
Cynthia Lynn Photography
1 Review
Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio
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rail at entryway - for upstairs?
this entryway leads to an open floor plan
but this entryway leads to an open floor plan. Wright chose to focus on a simple design aesthetic and emphasized the use of horizontal lines.
“Oak Park” — David M. Sanders, Architect
Traditional Bedroom
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bedroom, entryway or living room, or even in a large bathroom that is short on storage.
bedroom, entryway or living room, or even in a large bathroom that is short on storage.
“for bathroom” — robynld
McKay Landscape Lighting
11 Reviews
Spring 2012 Installation - Contempory
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Lighting, entryway and wood on house
front entryway. The art in the entry is down- and uplit for drama, illuminating the object itself and projecting its shadow on the wall behind. Note the line of light at the base of the foyer wall behind the art object. This striking strip lighting accentuates the strong geometry of the architecture
“Lys” — ladidamo
Le jardinet
Glass art
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porch or entryway. Think gazing balls, welcome signs, small statues and mosaic stepping stones tucked into corners of your garden. Visitors almost have to draw near to see them, making them delightful discoveries.
porch or entryway. Think gazing balls, welcome signs, small statues and mosaic stepping stones tucked into corners of your garden. Visitors almost have to draw near to see them, making them delightful discoveries. Tip: A little goes a long way. Unless your aim is to have an over-the-top artsy front yard
porch or entryway. Think gazing balls, welcome signs, small statues and mosaic stepping stones tucked into corners of your garden. Visitors almost have to draw near to see them, making them delightful discoveries.Tip: A little goes a long way. Unless your aim is to have an over-the-top artsy front yard
“Pretty balls hidden among foiliage” — abunkermom
Julie Ranee Photography
playroom
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office or entryway a lift with this quick and easy DIY project. A staple gun makes quick work of covering a basic cork board with fabric; add decorative nailhead trim if you want a bit of extra polish.
office or entryway a lift with this quick and easy DIY project. A staple gun makes quick work of covering a basic cork board with fabric; add decorative nailhead trim if you want a bit of extra polish.
“To decorate the bulletin board in room with fabric” — ale22
Beccy Smart Photography
1 Review
East London Terrace Oasis
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from an entryway.
from an entryway.
“mirror” — hhirst
Battery operated LED wall sconces
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Exterior paint color for kitchen door
Thinking of a mossy green color for my kitchen door. I've always loved a blue door but don't think it would match the old brick chimney. Will change...
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