184,072 dramatic entrys Home Design Photos

valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
Botkier residence
Ideabooks6,921
Questions6
replaced by a painted wall or if there were a busy combination of guardrail, newell post and balusters. The painted stair element, along with the entry door and trim, are the dominant elements in this compressed space. There’s simply not enough visual room for competing objects, and the glazing insertion
show an architect if ever building a dream house. This massive front door with its curved lines and painted gray millwork would set the tone for a dramatic entry and home.
were replaced by a painted wall or if there were a busy combination of guardrail, newell post and balusters.The painted stair element, along with the entry door and trim, are the dominant elements in this compressed space. There’s simply not enough visual room for competing objects, and the glazing insertion
“Wall under stairs” — esbyrd
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Jamestown Residence: Living Area
Ideabooks15,597
Questions17
Entry posts/cabinets...glass front doors with lighted shelves?
Entry to living room
A cascading threshold opens up endless opportunities for dramatic entries.
Entry from kitchen...kitchen/LR entry
“Windows all around the room like our back room” — lvaleni
Angelica Henry Design
20 Reviews
Dramatic entry
Ideabooks10,369
Questions10
to the entry door. I like the textured material. Is there a showroom in phoenix that carries it. thanks. ashwin. 602-692-5595
Do you have another picture of this entry door,
Is this entry table available in Australia?
I believe what you are asking about is actually a glass panel that is part of the entry. It was custom fabricated at a local glass shop. Call me if you would like any other information.
My entry way vases in grey
“Iyg” — doudouceure
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Master Hallway
Ideabooks5,282
Questions9
It it so dramatic, love it!
love the dramatic effect of the black & white
Dark colors look most dramatic. Black, charcoal, navy and other dark hues have an inherent glamour and mystique that lacquer amplifies 10-fold. The gloss of the finish combined with the depth of the color creates a spectacular contrast. Although lighter shades look lovely in lacquer as well, the effect
“lacquer accent wall” — loriloumcd
Phinney Design Group
Saranac Lake house
Ideabooks397
Questions0
drive reveals the low slung arched timber entry canopy, supported by large fieldstone piers and a long stone wall lining the length of the house. This entry acts as a portal through the stone wall to the open structure beyond, creating a welcoming and dramatic sense of arrival.
nice way to join the U shape entry
“color combo of rock and wood.” — jenileigh
Creative Design Construction, Inc.
5 Reviews
Dramatic Entry Way with Staircase
Ideabooks12,952
Questions4
Vaulted entry to make a dramatic statement when entering this home. Complete with a beautiful staircase. Photos: Peter Rymwid Photography
Dramatic Entry Way with Staircase
Paneling Staircase entry
stairs wood, entry marble
Entry table...Entry idea...entry way idea
“Escalera” — maripilizavala
Urban Design Associates
5 Reviews
Arizona Mediterranean
Ideabooks348
Questions0
dramatic entry
Entry with an outside view
Entry exterior lighting
entry hall...arched entry...Entry with an
“Like these windows” — cassiezeper
Flavin Architects
18 Reviews
Gap Head
Ideabooks117
Questions0
Revival into a captivating summer home. The first floor was lowered to open up a cramped interior and the glazing was greatly expanded to bring the dramatic seascape into their daily lives. The addition's folded copper roof becomes structural origami as it sweeps up and out towards the sea. Photos by
“Master ensuite as addition to existing lower level” — jbcavinder
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