389,038 entry furniture Home Design Photos

Artistico
28 Reviews
Condo on the Riverfront
Ideabooks33
Questions0
Custom Contemporary Condo on the Riverfront Tom Kessler Photography
“Nice” — elhouderi
O'Connor Brehm Design-Build
12 Reviews
Clifton
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Design by Brehm Architects http://brehmarchitects.com/projects/houses/?id=05Clifton
“Like base board. Trim around doors too fancy. Like the light risers and the dark wood steps. Floo” — ahelbling
O'Connor Brehm Design-Build
12 Reviews
Clifton
Ideabooks8
Questions0
Design by Brehm Architects http://brehmarchitects.com/projects/houses/?id=05Clifton
Salt Interiors
2 Reviews
Living Room - Double Bay
Ideabooks4
Questions0
For this Double Bay living room, Salt Interiors created a floating credenza with a Calcutta marble top. Salt also produced the rooms accent pieces including the Macassar Ebony drum, finished in a 100% gloss with a cross-banded shadow line and a Calcutta marble top; the framing for the photography with a custom GR&A profile; small black storage box with coral art. The room also ...More
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Constance Chantilis
Ideabooks65
Questions0
Sarah Greenman © 2012 Houzz
“artsy crafsty” — plineberry
EJ Interior Design, Eugenia Jesberg
5 Reviews
Piedmont Perfect
Ideabooks120
Questions0
furniture layout
“chairs” — Mirga Jazbutis
James Traynor Custom Homes
1 Review
Moriches, NY
Ideabooks41,989
Questions22
Did you coose the rugs first and then furniture and wall paint?
It all binds in very well together, but I was curious: furs rug or first paint and furniture?
Can you tell me if the front entry door is stained or painted & color
do you happen to know the dimensions of each of the windows above the front entry ?
“the rugs and how the pics are placed on the wall of the stairs” — melanbie
Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Tyrol Hills Modern
Ideabooks8,274
Questions9
house and is facing a dilemma: I have a room facing the entry (we'll currently use it as an office but might turn into a 3rd bedroom in the future). If I use this idea of putting glass on top of the sliding door for light to infiltrate the entry, isn't it hard to clean? I'm just considering the post work
seating and lighting in the entry
Front entry floor and wall color
glass plus wood and tile entry
If your entry has high ceilings, try a vertical stack of artwork. It’s easy to create a grouping of artwork from an old atlas, a book with botanical or wildlife plates, or a calendar.
12. If your entry has high ceilings, try a vertical stack of artworkIt’s
“Entryway dark and light” — ktomc
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