704 scale Entry Design Photos

Devonshire Custom Homes
5 Reviews
South Tampa Custom Home
Ideabooks5,644
Questions9
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
Ideabooks5,993
Questions7
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
Ideabooks3,576
Questions2
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
Ideabooks728
Questions3
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
Ideabooks8,273
Questions8
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
Ideabooks23,773
Questions10
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
Ideabooks4,415
Questions5
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
Ideabooks1,742
Questions2
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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