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Entries can be to the front, the back, or even to a different part of the home. It is a transition zone and probably the most underutilized and appreciated part of a home. Often I think it is a key in making a house feel special to its owners upon arriving home, and to the guests who are visiting.
I probably would not have noticed this entry walking by, but the wysteria pops out. The slightly A-symetrical element to a clasically symetrically balanced entry way catches the eye. The other elemnts are very welcoming but might not be noticed otherwise.
Soooo Inviting! You know you are going somewhere special when you cross that bridge!
I know they are not related, but I can imagine crossing the bridge above and coming into this entry! The large beams, glass, wood, rock, and trees seem in perfect balance. Welcoming and enchanting.
That is a great door.
Warm, simple, protective, and inviting.
beautiful and functional combo of wood, stucco, and iron. Nice "Peek-a-boo" affect.
Feels like a safe haven.
Three doors. Releases me to the outdoors and invites me back into the house. Just very appealing to me.
I like the dark wood with the cream. I probably would have painted just the rails and left the casing dark also. The glass balls are pretty and unique too.
The plant the mirror and the dresser, over head light is very soft and comfortable. Can put keys, mail etc. away when you come in, they are hidden. Good look for small entries or big ones like shown.
The colors, small touces of personality in the art work and magazines. nice shoe storage.
Very serene. I'd use more in the entry hall to the bedrooms than the front door entry.
Rear Entry space. I Love the circle details in the door. Makes for a visual piece, still allowing good visibility to the yard beyond.
Artesa House SaddleBrooke (1) -This foyer is (so far) my favorite of all time. It is a great architectural space as well as having nice interior design. It had a nice wall display, a coat closet that was unobtrusive and a Peek into several rooms of the house. Plus the high ceiling, it just felt very welcoming.
Roof shape, curved porch entr4y, Driveway & garage door combo
Like sliding walls instead fo doors.
Like how the wall panel matches the feeling of the door.
Think I would enjoy walking into this front door. There is space to adjust can see in all directions but don't feel rushed into the space.
I like the blue door and and the whimsical chalkboard. Feels more of a side or garden entrance than main entrance, and I like that it HAS a "feel"
Like the small entry into a larger hall. appears as though you would be able to see the upper landing without being pushed into the stairs, and that you would also be able to see other rooms in the home. I would have loved to see the view as walking into the home to see if I still like it from that P.O.V