68 neoclassical Entry Design Photos

Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Tuxedo Road
Ideabooks10,905
Questions6
France. The style came into widespread use in the 1750s and has remained popular ever since, though it’s especially characteristic of Louis XVI and neoclassical designs, such as those by Hepplewhite and Sheraton. We’ve really only scratched the surface of tables — figuratively speaking, of course. There
France. The style came into widespread use in the 1750s and has remained popular ever since, though it’s especially characteristic of Louis XVI and neoclassical designs, such as those by Hepplewhite and Sheraton. We’ve really only scratched the surface of tables — figuratively speaking, of course. There
“Entry piece” — cbirdwell13
Letitia Holloway
12 Reviews
Tuscan Project
Ideabooks5,089
Questions4
Tapestries with a Renaissance, Neo-Classical theme add an Old-World charm. Try one with rusty reds in it for a warm feel. It can hang over an accent table or buffet. Add sconces on either side
“I like this room.... doors, flooring, table” — clhv1978
Affiniti Architects
7 Reviews
Neoclassical Oceanfront
Ideabooks1,486
Questions2
Neoclassical Oceanfront
“Dream entrance” — kristianjf
Seattle Remodeler & Custom Home Builder Best of Houzz 2012, 2013, 2014
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Pinneo Construction
Neoclassical Home
Ideabooks220
Questions2
Neoclassical Home
“Utility” — taz80
Elizabeth Reich
22 Reviews
Jenkins Baer Associates
Ideabooks2,312
Questions3
French neoclassical bench
settee french neoclassical
“love the rehabbed settee” — fish131
CM Glover
1 Review
My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
Ideabooks536
Questions0
The foyer has what Wall refers to as a Frenchy European vibe, with sequined pillows on leopard print chairs, an antique neoclassical desk and a brass wall sconce. "I love a real mix," she says. Paint: Davenport Tan HC 76 (dark stripes); Shelburne Buff HC 28 (light stripes), both by Benjamin Moore
“Color” — Jennifer Marsicano-Appolonia
GenuineAntiqueLighting.net
Very Large Sandwich Bell Jar Lantern, Circa 1850
Ideabooks7
Questions0
Light Power / GenuineAntiqueLighting.net 59A Wareham Street Boston, MA 02118 617.423.9790 tom@genuineantiquelighting.net
“entryway” — dbernard
Buildmentor® Inc.
9 Reviews
Neo-Classical, Colonial house
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Neo-Classical, Colonial house
neo-classical style
“Railing” — nella13
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