42,178 Traditional toilet Entry Design Photos

Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency Estate
Ideabooks14,483
Questions10
Beautiful hand painted silk wall covering in this traditional home
well in a traditional setting. This chinoiserie wallpaper is both era appropriate and modern.
The finished look is typically traditional, but it can
Here green used in the most classic way: on gorgeous wallpaper in a traditional dining room. It's quite dramatic against the black-and-white checkerboard
black-and-white shiny tiles in a harlequin pattern create a bold yet traditional flooring for a foyer or hallway.
Elizabeth Dinkel's design shows how well a traditional chinoiserie pairs with graphic elements, like this black-and-white marble
“Wallpaper in dining area” — auntqueenie
Kim Pearson Pty Ltd
Swan River Home
Ideabooks1,596
Questions0
transoms can be found in many traditional configurations, as seen in this foyer in Perth, Western Australia. Traditional-style American sidelights are
transoms can be found in many traditional configurations, as seen in this foyer in Perth, Western Australia. Traditional-style American sidelights are
9. Pick a parting phrase“Farewell” [traditional]“Take it easy” [tropical]“See ya later, alligator” [eclectic]“Catchya
“I don't know” — toppers22
Brian Watford ID
7 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks6,029
Questions10
Contrast: Modern Rugs in Traditional Spaces
love the wood paneling and traditional elements like leaded
Geometric patterned runner in a traditional home
pattern. A simple graphic patterned carpet lines the stairs of this traditionally paneled entry. On closer inspection, we see that the modern pattern echoes
pattern. A simple graphic patterned carpet lines the stairs of this traditionally paneled entry. On closer inspection, we see that the modern pattern echoes
“stair runner” — jaln
Patty Kennedy Interiors, LLC
Seacoast rustic modern kitchen
Ideabooks1,948
Questions1
I always feel like my traditional hangers scratch the rims of the plate and they never hang as flat as yours do
What did you use to hang the plates? - I always feel like my traditional hangers scratch the rims of the plate and they never hang as flat as yours
classic plate display by mixing in a few brightly colored pieces with traditional blue and white. Using different shapes, sizes and colors will make for
Love the colour mixed into the traditional blue
classic plate display by mixing in a few brightly colored pieces with traditional blue and white. Using different shapes, sizes and colors will make for
classic plate display by mixing in a few brightly-coloured pieces with traditional blue and white. Using different shapes, sizes and colours will make for
“Plates on wall” — dlc102944
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks27,502
Questions22
basically indestructible and a vegetable dye is not likely to bleed. Traditional Turkish and Persian rugs for a pattern that won't show dirt (or wine!)
example, has made its way from upholstery and drapery to pendant lighting. Traditionally, silk brings an air of elegance to any environment and provides this
say enough about this foyer. I love the tension between the heavy and traditional newel post, doors and crown moulding and the uber graphic rug and modern
fixture in the entryway lets guests know they are not entering a strictly traditional space.
According to Lusthoff, a newel post traditionally encapsulated the architecture of a home and reflected the social class
“black banister and front door” — Nancy Mitchell
Natural Balance Home Builders
10 Reviews
Custom Renovation
Ideabooks3,429
Questions3
L O V E. Use of modern and traditional classic pieces
I love the modern architecture with the traditional and antique decor
Traditional and modern mix...Mixing modern & traditional
“chairs beside table in foyer” — randblueslover
LSA Architects
1 Review
East Malvern
Ideabooks1,874
Questions2
This is very Victorian/traditional but I love the detail in the columns and the wide trim
Tradition tce entrance...traditional home
“The arch and scrolls under the arch” — Tracy McMurrey
Michael Knowles, Architect
4 Reviews
Cedar Park Residence 03
Ideabooks4,727
Questions4
glass options offer more of a traditional look. You'll often see seeded glass (glass with tiny air bubbles) in traditional applications.
use just a touch of privacy, consider using frosted glass instead of traditional transparent glass. Tip: Frosted glass tends to have more of a contemporary
of traditional transparent glass. Tip: Frosted glass tends to have more of a contemporary feel, but other glass options offer more of a traditional look
look. You'll often see seeded glass (glass with tiny air bubbles) in traditional applications.
“Opaque glass” — genitaann
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