8,195 enterance Home Design Photos

Natalie Dionne Architecture
Montreal Modern House
Wide sliding doors expand the bedroom space, allowing light to enter and adding plenty of intrigue to the expansive opposing walls. Here, the sliding door partially divides the bedroom (at left of image) from the hallway. When the doors are closed, the space allows for privacy and contemplation.
“walldivider” — Daniela Attard
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House - Kitchen
a simple space made of dark wood cabinets and marble countertops, elegantly integrated into the living and dining spaces. Since it's visible upon entering the home, the kitchen needed to be as sleek and contemporary as the rest of the house. All appliances are hidden behind a set of bi-fold doors.
“K” — tangmb56
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
Upstairs Office
3. Stop junk mail. I live by the phrase "Junk mail should never touch a surface." • Recycle junk odds and ends before entering the house. If junk mail finds its way indoors, it's best to dispose of it immediately.• If your schedule doesn't allow for daily processing or if
“Up out of the way - loft” — corydineduguay
Marco Antunio
Fabio Galeazzo Brazil
"Most everyone who enters the place says they would like to spend some time here to unwind, and really, that’s what the whole point of the project was: to make people feel good in a place," says Galeazzo.
“Screen” — ablyons
Sarah Susanka, FAIA
Libertyville Not So Big Showhouse
The living room, to the left after you enter the house, is made special and spacious with a raised ceiling that incorporates indirect lighting. The screen wall keeps the room open to the stairs while providing enough of a barrier to ensure the space has its own integrity. In the view down the hall
“Lamp” — Andre Moll
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
34th Street House
have an extensive art collection; white walls and colorful, eclectic pieces transform even the eat-in kitchen into a gallery.Guests and family usually enter the house through this yellow door. The transparent glass door on the right leads to the guest bathroom, which connects to the more private bedroom
“brightly colored kitchen chairs” — veedub47
Shigetomi Pratt Architects, Inc.
Master Bedroom
Sophisticated brown. Brown symbolizes orderliness, which is the sort of state any busy person yearns for at night. Leave chaos at the door when you enter a room with a brown accent wall.Get the look: Try ICI Dulux's 511 Le Chateau MP20YY 18/140 as an accent to its 756 Basic Beige MP45YY 65/084.Your turn:
“Different wall colors” — ryan0630
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
11 Reviews
This room is dripping in masculine details: pool table, monochromatic color scheme and an entry that makes you feel as if you are entering the boys' club.
“FLOOR PATTERN” — Melody Martin
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