Houzz is the new way to design your home.
18,052 color Entry Design Photos
Allison Lind Interiors
An equally arresting style statement, this coatrack has a dark color and unpretentious branches and leaves — along with a constrained scale — that give it an "I'm modern, but I don't take myself too seriously" appeal.
Alexander Michael & Assoc
Home in an ICBM Missile Silo
pressure from a nuke blast by bouncing the waves off concrete walls and through a series of blast doors.”As for the appearance, you won’t see any bright colors or graphic wallpaper. “I wanted to keep it like a nuclear bunker,” he says. “I wanted it to look exactly like it did when airmen entered it.”
Warm colors and bright lights make this modern entryway feel inviting. Imagine the same space with bright blues or cool greens - it would still be beautiful, but not nearly as cozy.
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
Whimsical Tromp l'Oeil tented entry
a brand new spin on what usually involves clowns, tightropes and tiny cars. Sure, it's common to associate circus tent stripes with yellow and blue color schemes; however, the black and white gives it a classic, designer spin.
Dallas, TX: Mike & Jill Wood
estate sales and thrift stores. "Mike likes more ultramodern, sparse decor, while I like a lot of stuff, so we compromised by using a lot of bright colors," says Jill.Console: McCobb, Love Field Antique Mall (now closed); artwork: Paul Jablonka
Shelf Decor in Entry
resident Caylin Engle. "I have accumulated quite the collection over the years and love displaying them in miscellaneous nooks."See more: My Houzz: Color and Cupcakes in a Denver Loft
Dan the Sparky Man
Burbank - Energy Efficient Traditional Queenslander
while their linear and curving details work in harmony with the exterior of the home and the traditional furniture nearby. Painted in the same pale colour as the walls and surrounding timberwork, the effect is subtle and charming. WE’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU…As you can see here, the distinctive features