6,126 Kitchens Entry Design Photos

Howell Custom Building Group
13 Reviews
Mudroom
Ideabooks7,548
Questions2
The mudroom is open to the kitchen
delineating a mudroom space off the kitchen area
1/2 Wall separates entry & kitchen
very finished- could have our kitchen table in here as well
Idea of half door to kitchen from mudroom
Mud room to kitchen
“Lots of natural lights.” — kentrung
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks7,243
Questions10
like this- cold be cool between formal dining room and kitchen
LOVE this kind of door that splits in the middle (easy way to keep kids/dogs out or in). Not for front door though. Maybe in kitchen/greatroom area??
love the 1/2 door = thinking kitchen
Love this custom made Dutch door, the idea would also be great for the kitchen door leading to a patio/grilling area.
“back door” — joukes22
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Fish Creek Compound Guest House
Ideabooks1,162
Questions5
the hallways in the foreground lead to bdr. suites - kitchen on rt. - looking from the rear of the house
open living kitchen and suites on each end
alaskan cedar deck, living room kitchen central core of 980 sq ft guest-house w 2 bedroom suites on the sides
Layout for kitchen and living/dining
combined living kitchen
Open kitchen, living and dining
“A whole WALL of cool windows!!!” — skalahar
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
Combination Mudroom and Laundry Room
Ideabooks65,771
Questions13
Entryway with Kitchen behind - exactly what I want for my entryway.
wood trim - for kitchen drop zone
welcome area. walk around into the kitchen. shoe storage. quick coats.
use as divider wall into kitchen
mudroom to kitchen flow
Muddy kitchen
“wood on bench” — cth932
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
North Framingham, MA
Ideabooks201
Questions2
and patios, and created vibrant gardens. The side and primary entry is closest to a detached three-car garage (added in 1980) and leads into the kitchen.
“Colorful and light Plants” — Allison
Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
River House
Ideabooks6,707
Questions6
you may be able to get away with using it inside during the cooler months. If you don't have enough space in your entryway, consider using it at the kitchen table or near a window.Tip: Use a soft-bristled brush to remove loose dirt and then gently scrub with soapy water. If there is mold or mildew, you
“Cutout” — blue0810
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Noho Loft
Ideabooks1,021
Questions4
fling your hat at it and it might actually stick. Want ideas for making the most of corners in other rooms? Check out our ideabooks on corners in the kitchen, corners in the home office, corners in the bedroom and corners in the living room and family room.
“door after elevator” — tavafh
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Wells Hill
Ideabooks2,282
Questions3
First up was unifying the spaces, which had been opened up in the 1990s but lacked cohesiveness. The floors were cherry-colored oak except in the kitchen, where they were light pine. Meisels restained all the floors a uniform brownish-gray tone. She also had the house painted white and changed the brass
“Zilewicz 2013 Our names scribbled in” — amandazilewicz
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