704 scale Entry Design Photos

Devonshire Custom Homes
5 Reviews
South Tampa Custom Home
Bring in the baby grand. Some foyers are so large that they need bigger items that will stand up to the scale. A piano is the right size for this staircase corner, and the ivories tickled here can probably be heard all over the house.
“Floor” — lisadurello
Tab Premium Built Homes
8 Reviews
River Cottage #3
Why it works here: Curb appeal. Propping the wheel up against the coastal-colored shingles reminds visitors where they are. Also, its large scale stands up to the size of the entryway, which keeps the wheel from looking like a piece of clutter.
“Front Door Idea” — bethanybrown411
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Courtyard House
makes the courtyard an integral part of the home. The dramatic pivoting door is 5 feet, 4 inches wide and 9 feet, 7 inches high; this stands up to the scale of the ceilings, which soar up to 21 feet. Pivoting door: custom, Great Northwest Door
“Snygg entré 4” — superck
Nash Baker Architects
Westbourne Grove, London
Hang a fabulous lightIn a plain white or neutral scheme, go all out on a decadent light fixture. Mix and match styles and scale for a really striking look. The quirkier, the better, I say…
“Merdiven” — teomel97
Katerina Tana Design
Santa Monica, California
This mini chandelier fits the scale of this mini entry. Again, grand is great, but small can be just as compelling.
“Style” — aroedi01
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
White Brick Mediterranean
3. Let the Architect Translate Your VisionAlong with drawings and scale models, part of an architect’s job includes translating a client’s vision (even if it looks like a Jackson Pollock painting at first) into a clear design
“Tile” — margenett
The Cross Interior Design
Mather's Avenue
If it’s the latter, take your cue from a mirror like this, which has been edited in harmony with the side table and chair. Yes, it’s neutral but the scale makes it stand out beautifully.
“dressing table” — dinah78
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
architects, "The carving of the front facade, introduction of wood and detailed approach to the entry steps, guardrail and handrail introduce a human scale and warmth to the house as you approach from the street."
“Steps” — patgen
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