301,118 entry detail Home Design Photos

Group 3
8 Reviews
Sea Pines Home
Ideabooks6,810
Questions10
Can you provide any details on the doors?
trim detail in front door unit
Like the solid door with the lights and details above
like detail above door
entry rug...entry way...details and molding...Entry windows
“Doors” — camilla_woods
mark cutler
7 Reviews
misc
Ideabooks3,340
Questions3
DO you know if it is possible to have a double door entry using a dutch door?
functionality of an entry hall - I'm definitely using that next time I'm in that situation
creating entry way with furniture sofa table behind a sofa with back to ddor.
add a sofa table to create an "entry"
for keys, mail and (if there’s a lower shelf) even shoes — all the paraphernalia that ends up in our entries.
how the entry is open to the living room, a sofa table is being used behind the sofa to create some separation.
Put a hall table behind a couch in the library room to create the illusion of an entry hall
Love the shingles and the bench, cozy entry!
the back of the furniture. You’ll gain storage for keys, mail and (if there’s a lower shelf) even shoes — all the paraphernalia that ends up in our entries.
“Welcoming” — theisslife
Shehan Pools
1 Review
Private Estate #10
Ideabooks28,123
Questions6
This lagoon swimming pool features a vanishing edge, rock waterfall, slide, beach entry with rock accents, water geysers and a large travertine patio Shehan Pools
This entrance is called a beach entry. You gradually walk down into the water like you would at the beach. If you would like to see more of these installations, please visit our website at www.shehanpools.com
The water feature in the beach entry
Like the entry into the pool don't care for the big rock water fall
Beach entry pool love the umbrella stand integrated
“beach walk-in” — dookie2525
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Tudor Exterior
Ideabooks9,788
Questions8
Love the cedar beam detail over front door.
I like the extended front entry roof with columns
Entry way post and beam type
Entry pillars and wood wook
reasonable beam detail, exterior
cream with cedar entry
Front entry and yard
love this entry...entry gable...Entry porch...Front entry...timber entry...like covered entry
“entrance” — tamra21
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
32. Small 1950s Eichler Expansion
Ideabooks1,303
Questions3
Entry space -- materials, airiness, details
Slate floor in entry with transition to wood
wall (maybe for entry instead of glass block or on side wall
Floor and entry style
Door lever entry ss...Mcm entry...door detail...Slate entry in...Black entry tile...Entry area...Entry way tile and
“entrydoor white” — scavanger72
Scott Gilbride/Architect Inc.
4 Reviews
Shevlin Commons Meadow Hacienda
Ideabooks2,143
Questions1
Posts with beam detail above beam
simple entry to execute
outside entry...Japanese entry...materials for entry...Front entry...Slate at entry...interesting entry...Lovely warm entry...courtyard entry
“hall” — Leonardo Vencato
Resort Custom Homes
2 Reviews
The Newsom Residence
Ideabooks3,559
Questions3
stone entry monument
covered entry for cat porch
entry, rock, and roof
entry into house...Flagstone entry...Beam detail example...Entry door...entry way...Entry beams...Entry roof...front entry
“like the front porch idea” — sammulake
Buckingham Interiors + Design LLC
5 Reviews
Wicker Park Historic Restoration
Ideabooks4,433
Questions5
I have been looking everywhere for the detail scrolls for my staircase. Any suggestions?
I love the detail on the side paneling of the staircase, was this created by hand or can you provide the company that did this? This is beautiful!
where the entry doors original or custom-made? If you got them made, would you please give me the name of manufacturer? Thanks!
The detailed scrollwork shown here on the staircase was original to the house. Thank you for your inquiry! Julia and the Buckingham Interiors + Design Team
dark wood flooring next to entry way tile
well-matched to the foyer and the colors of the black cords and the warm bulbs are a good match for the dark woodwork.This home has incredible period details in the staircase and door and even in the ceiling cartouche to which the chandelier is attached. Going with a traditional fixture here would inexorably
“Cut work on the stairs” — Hilary Top
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