1,779 bright throw Entry Design Photos

Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Cottage
Ideabooks43,336
Questions18
activity is your thing, and your day is about getting to the next thing on time, then just create mission control in the entry. Add color with a bright color, throw down a great rug that can take lots of traffic and include all the things that will allow you to exit the house with ease.
“behind the front door mud area--but needs place for shoes” — wordnerd71
Greg Logsdon
El Taller Gallery
Ideabooks2,072
Questions4
Rama, the blue combo looks phenomenal. It's serene. The throw on the sofa looks like a Mexican serape.
How did this purely Southwestern ensemble end up tagged as French Country? From the hideous early 20th century Mexican painting to the terra-cotta stucco to the striped serape throw, this alcove SCREAMS South Of
A bright Mexican blanket, or Saltillo serape, makes a great casual chair or sofa cover, especially for vintage finds that you haven't gotten around to re-covering. Since a blanket cover doesn't have to be permanent, take a chance with extra-bright colors to add a festive touch
The Mexican culture and the throw over on the couch
SaltilloA bright Mexican blanket, or Saltillo serape, makes a great casual chair or sofa cover, especially for vintage finds that you haven't gotten around to re-covering. Since a blanket cover doesn't have to be permanent, take a chance with extra-bright colors to add a festive touch
“hfghfgh” — 9813738366
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks2,075
Questions3
Paint your door a bright color. A cheerfully bright, mood-boosting hue is a great way to light up a small or dark entryway. Try yellow, lime green or aqua.
2. Paint your door a bright color. A cheerfully bright, mood-boosting hue is a great way to light up a small or dark entryway. Try yellow, lime green or aqua.
elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile. 2. Paint your door a bright color. A cheerfully bright, mood-boosting hue is a great way to light up a small or dark entryway. Try yellow, lime green or aqua.
elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile.2. Paint your door a bright color. A cheerfully bright, mood-boosting hue is a great way to light up a small or dark entryway. Try yellow, lime green or aqua.How to choose a front door color
“iji” — Marita Materzok
Kara Weik
Kara Weik © 2012 Houzz
Ideabooks3,978
Questions4
soiled, burnished or drawn upon. Daly’s first line of defense for cases like that is Krud Kutter, a nontoxic cleaner that removes almost anything you throw at it. (In fact, she gives it to newlyweds as a gift.) If Krud Kutter doesn’t “kut” it, you may need to repaint the damaged area. That’s harder than
soiled, burnished or drawn upon. Daly’s first line of defense for cases like that is Krud Kutter, a nontoxic cleaner that removes almost anything you throw at it. (In fact, she gives it to newlyweds as a gift.)
soiled, burnished or drawn upon. Daly’s first line of defense for cases like that is Krud Kutter, a nontoxic cleaner that removes almost anything you throw at it. (In fact, she gives it to newlyweds as a gift.) If Krud Kutter doesn’t “kut” it, you may need to repaint the damaged area. That’s harder than
“kids!” — Remodel Advocates - Owner's Representation & PM
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Miller's Meadow Farm Entry
Ideabooks10,774
Questions8
I tried this color (Egg Yolk) and it is not as bright as it looks in this picture. It is more pale pastel yellow (2 coats). Maybe if I try another coat, I'll get it this shade.
Like the idea of a bright door or a rustic wood door also
I love a bright front door
may be. I'd suggest a bold hue, so it really stands out against the white. Bright yellow with subtle charcoal-gray accents has lots of impact against the soft, light color of this house.
Colorful DoorsI am a big fan of bright, bold front doors. I don't care what the color is (although this sunshine
A bright entry door color can be a signal that a traditional home has a bit more personality than you might suspect from its simple form and body color. Try a bright orange or canary yellow.
“stairs” — albybrown
Garden Studio
3 Reviews
Harbor View Hills
Ideabooks7,102
Questions8
nice entryway....like bright yellow door and porch stones
Front door paint a bright color
the task of choosing a bolder hue throws you for a loop, try this trick: Snap a photo of your house, then take it to the paint store so you can see how different colors work with your exterior. Choose a shade that contrasts strongly with the primary paint color: bright pink paired with pale gray siding
“door color” — jimcompton
Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
Ideabooks3,080
Questions6
chair. A large and bright porter's chair makes a strong design statement in this bright white entryway.
4. Go big with color and form. This reminds me of one of those lightweight summer hoodies. If you are going to experiment with a bold shape for a chair, you might as well throw in big color too.
The bright splash of color
Bright on white
“hall wall” — flashh
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
42 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks8,654
Questions12
If you do want to paint your plain wood door but you don't want a bright color, I always like a glossy black. The black is urbane and sophisticated, the high gloss adds glamor.
Silver and gold throw pillows
love throw and pillows
throw pillows
“satin nickel hardware” — claireshevlin
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