7,015 room design plan Entry Design Photos

Contemporary Entry
trim work -- room dividers dining room
the little wall just before you enter the living room is fine
Entryway into Living Room; Entryway into
Love the entry tile design
Hallway and living room
Living room sofas...Room entryways...foyer floor design...Design idea...dining room
“Flooring” — iddyday
Digs Design Company
4 Reviews
long shore home
Curious as to the color combinations you used in this house with the Horizon color in the living room...it's very serene...this looks like a darker blue in the hallway?
Unfortunately the wallpaper is discontinued but the mirror, from Made Goods, is available through Digs Design. Please get in touch if you are interested. Love your digs...
Wallpaper for a room or small space
color scheme, shell, mirror, wall design
Love the colors and the design. Catchy but not overpowering
“Colours and textures” — esebbo
Nest Design Studio
20 Reviews
King West Bachelor Suite
I can't seem to email the photo to my designer-is there a way? Love it Entryway is the hardest to design
I absolutely love your design. I am sorry if someone already asked this question. I couldn't find it On the website. How do you reapholster your chairs. I would like to use the
I'm using the same wallpaper in my dining room! (Birch trees) - Dana (Leeanna and Joan's friend)
example, if the designer had placed the plugs at counter height behind the console....voila! No Cords :o)) The Design Doctor
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Could you tell me if trim is same color as wall.I am going to paint my dining room tomorrow...love this idea
“Mirror and Table” — jtlass
Gabriel Builders Inc.
9 Reviews
Gabriel Builders
Designer and builder did a lovely job
Could you please tell me the width and depth of this entry room (front door to railing wall)?
The design is beautiful but the designer and architect were NO help at all!
Thanks for your inquiry. Please contact the designer below for that information. Mariana Gardner Interior Cues, LLC. 117 Sunrise Harbor Drive Anderson, SC. 29621 Phone (864)353-1701 Fax (864)752-0889
Staircase crashing into elaborate opening to living room
“Dream grand entrance!” — gribnaua
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
19 Reviews
Caribbean Condo
what about this for dining room
Another idea to stop the chi from leaving via the commode is to construct a lattice between the elevator and the powder room. don't know
the ocean. Instead, create a view that is untouched by weather patterns by dreaming up your perfect seascape and painting it as a mural on your dining room wall.
“Living room roof idea” — koviedo
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
We have received great color advice from our interior design specialists at Dpf design in White River Junction, VT 802-295-5064.
Hi. This is a custom detail designed specifically for this house.
An idea for flooring design to differentiate the rounded space in the hall by old entrance/new entrance...
“Entry coat rack treatment” — Ken Hamilton
Bowerman Kenneth R Architect Inc
2 Reviews
Homeshow residence
Mud room - like the mailbox idea
Laundry room closet?
Mailboxes in mud room
Mud room, mailboxes...Mud room...mud room closet...Wet room...Laundry room...Mud room
“Mailboxes in the corner” — Christi Dorsey
Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
Photo by Erica George Dines Interior design by Melanie Turner http://melanieturnerinteriors.com/
this was posted by the photographer not the designer.
This bold green chair brings modern elegance to a room with crisp white walls.
For back corner in family room
This bold green chair brings modern elegance to a room with crisp white
This bold green chair brings modern elegance to a room with crisp
restoration hardware porter chair mabye two in dining room
Glam chair. A large and bright porter's chair makes a strong design statement in this bright white entryway.
Expect the intensity of your reaction to be in direct proportion to the intensity of the color. Although the new piece is undoubtedly perfect for your room (like this stunning chair), don’t expect to embrace the new palette instantly.
“in the corner” — mcarroll1213
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