8,752 guest space Entry Design Photos

Michael Knowles, Architect
4 Reviews
Queen Anne Residence 06
Ideabooks11,449
Questions14
A rug will define the space, especially if the entry is part of a larger space such as a living room. A mirror can make the space seem larger, as well as
bench will be a good landing spot—one with storage space underneath is a good option. In tight spaces, you might look for a stool or an ottoman that can
Lamps will give the space a warm touch and add needed lighting. Plants and fresh flowers are always a nice touch. When you make this space uniquely yours,
ruining the floors beneath. Keep adjacent rooms in mind when designing this space. The entryway should set the stage for rooms that are immediately visible
add a lot of drama and beauty, casting shadows while providing light. In spaces with tall ceilings it is important that the fixtures not be hung so high
“Entry” — homemaven
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Regan Baker Design
7 Reviews
Carmadillo Master Bedroom
Ideabooks76,695
Questions26
What are the dimensions and spacing of the board and batten wood trim pieces?
What is the height of the lamp in this photo? I have a similiar space at my front door entrance.
be putting a mirror 24W X 26 L above the small half moon table. How much space should I allow between the top of the table and the bottom of the mirror
What is the spacing of the wall slats? It looks like they are 18 inch
the house. That way when you look out the windows it feels like one big space outside. I am considering a bolder color, Cay by SW 6772 for the other bedroom
Eliminate double doors and make small alcove style entry to suit the space and accommodate guests entering home. New front door allowing more privacy.
“Wood paneling” — ryestacks
Tres McKinney Design
7 Reviews
San Francisco Pacific Heights Residence
Ideabooks5,003
Questions6
t's easy (and not very pleasant) to get caught unprepared when guests stop by, or to have nothing to bring to a wedding or housewarming. But with
throwing parties, giving gifts, writing thank-you notes, hosting unexpected guests and more. Add to ideabook by Tres McKinney Design 1. Make an
everything else in the drawers beneath — that way it will always look fresh when guests pop by.
everything else in the drawers beneath — that way it will always look fresh when guests pop by.
storage bench in the entry makes last-second tidying up simple. In a smaller space, try stashing stuff in lidded boxes beneath a slim console table or in French
“Red” — jaeryun
GR Home/Graciela Rutkowski Interiors
Medina
Ideabooks10,056
Questions12
Polish up the foyer. The place where you greet your guests deserves to be gussied up a bit at party time. Pick and choose between these
variety of popular options and let guests mix their own cocktails, or offer a signature drink and pour your guests a fresh one as they come in. Offer
Set up an entryway bar tray. Offering your guests a drink on their way in the door is a festive way to kick things off. Set up a small bar on your entryway
2. Polish up the foyer. The place where you greet your guests deserves to be gussied up a bit at party time. Pick and choose between these
added space in front of stairs
“Trim bottom of stairs” — missline
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Rhode Island Beach House
Ideabooks52,196
Questions8
inviting and comfortable as the rest of your home by building in a bench so guests can take the weight off – and take in your fabulous décor at the same time
A nice place for guests to take off and put on shoes
Invite guests to take a seatMake your hallway as inviting and comfortable as the rest of your home by building in a bench so guests can take the
dominate the entrance area, adding a bench seat can make great use of the space. This one has been custom designed to blend in with the stair design, but
“Bench” — bissonnette
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Foyer: Bryant Keller Interiors
Ideabooks5,256
Questions5
easy way to make an impact when guests enter your home. And it’s a great way to utilize a bold wallpaper in a small space without overwhelming everything
what's not to love! Would be so cute in small alcove...or guest powder room
“Chinese the c year of the horse” “Chinese-patterned red wallpaper gives this space such depth and richness. Try to imagine the same wall in a sage green or
The foyer was designed by Bryant Keller. He used red to brighten a space that receives little natural light. The zebra wallpaper, tiger-print pillows (both
Decorator Show House in Manhattan. Bryant Keller used red to brighten a space that receives little natural light. The zebra wallpaper, tiger-print pillows
“Wall and picture coordinate” — dink0806
Soledad Builders, LLC
9 Reviews
Porte Cochere
Ideabooks4,232
Questions5
Flooring helps brighten the space
Perfect for guests...Cool space...lighting by guest house entrance...Possible ceiling for outdoor spaces??...Open space
“lighting by guest house entrance” — suziefrazier
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks1,884
Questions2
Like this walkway between main house and guest house.
Glass transition space...guest wing...guest house with breezeway...connection space
“Doir” — Jessica Jaramillo
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