172,061 entry Home Design Photos

Milestone Custom Homes
2009 Inspiration Home
Can you please tell me where I can find this entry light?
Love the entry light & cute welcome dog
Beyond dreams entry !
Entry into the farm house
Entry doors, ceiling
Warmth entry Ah Gigi
front entry by Capital lighting
Carpets in entry way
Barrel entry ceiling
Entry ceiling...Warm entry...For house entry
“Love the entry light & cute welcome dog” — mareepickens
Seattle's Architect & Design Firm
Design Ark Inc offers architectural and interior design services. We create spaces and places with the quality and beauty that will last.
Phillips Development
4 Reviews
Talon's Crest
Talon's Crest was our entry in the 2008 Park City Area Showcase of Homes. We won BEST OVERALL and BEST ARCHITECTURE.
wood beams w/stone and wood and glass entry
like having a covered entry way
I like the rustic entry and over hang. Also see pic of our MT house
like the open air entry
Front Entry...Entry door...Entry roof...Entry way...covered entry...Nice Entry!!...Entry Stone & wood...entry way idea
“Love love love this covered front porch!” — steveth1
Scott Gilbride/Architect Inc.
4 Reviews
Shevlin Commons Meadow Hacienda
courtyard entry
simple entry to execute
Front entry...Slate at entry...interesting entry...Lovely warm entry...Japanese entry...outside entry...materials for entry
“NOT THIS STONE” — rantaj
Scott Neste | Minor Details Interior Design
11 Reviews
North End Entry & Custom Stairs
North End Entry & Custom Stairs
Custom designed by Scott Neste and locally fabricated by Madera Woodworking this graceful, traditional entry way features walnut, oak and steel balusters, a luscious eggplant wool carpet and contemporary “pony” benches.
Great entry area! Please tell me ceiling & knee wall heights. Thanks.
a rug to make the entry way (to bedroom French door) more cozy.
would this work in our entry/opening to sunroom?
What do you like about this photo? Separation of entry and shakes
Column in entry, not style but idea
Entry way light. Like profile of this and
“purple rug, benches on both sides” — cjpagtakhan
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
21 Reviews
Elk Ridge Lodge
How about just the face of this entry as an entry gate?
Entry, and use of stone and texture
Stone and wood entry. Nice.
Front entry lighting
Love the covered entry way!!
love the front entry
entry, stairs...exterior entry...See grand entry
“covered entrance” — lisanewton
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
Please tell me about the hanging lamp. It's perfect for my entry as well
maybe this is the entry from the carport, notice the limestone wall
Love this rug and simply decorated entry
3. Doorway curtains. In an entry with a glass door, try hanging a floor-length velvet curtain directly behind the door — pulled to the side during the day, it would be a dramatic decorative accent, and at night, when pulled shut, it would provide an extra layer of warmth between the glass and the great
“Entry light” — daniellecouch
Jon Luce Builder
Marly Way Entry
Really like the stone on this entry...what is it?
love the look of this entry...of course I'd want a gate so maybe then it wouldn't look so great?
don't like iron work, but like the idea of the entry going straight to door
love how the gateway mirrors the home entry... so pretty!
double arched entry - high impact
“entrance” — rth273
Structures, Inc.
Modern Bungalow
Large entry, house kind of like ours.
loads of curb appeal. From the Chippendale railings to the comfortable rockers, a welcoming entry where you'll want to stay awhile is evident.
Element: Sidelights. Flanking the front door, they dress up the entry slightly more than the pilaster-lintel combo. Sidelights can be found on either side of
Build an entry, Take 2. Take the previous idea from the inside to the outside. Many homes whose front doors enter directly into the living room also have a roomy front porch, like this one. If this porch were walled in, an entry would be created, protecting the interior
of paneled or French doors.How to make it your own: For the same effect without reconfiguring your entry space, try swapping out a solid door for one with windows.
“Porch width” — centexlabman
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