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Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks11,856
Questions11
A double set of pivot doors like these may resemble hinge doors when they're closed, but the gap at the frame edge when they're open gives them away.
“Like the tile for the entry” — nmartinuzzi
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Andrew Snow Photography
Front Entry [Interior]
Ideabooks5,549
Questions6
The door here reaches vertically to touch the ceiling. It's clearly larger than it needs to be functionally, and thus is playing by a different set of rules. Notice that it matches precisely the proportion of the glazed opening. I particularly like that the solid mass of the island contrasts the
“idee hardwood floor” — lillypoupette
Stephanie Wiley Photography
6 Reviews
Colorful Cottage
Ideabooks43,830
Questions12
1. Send a messageSet the tone for how you want to feel when you walk in your front door with a positive note to self. A framed chalkboard is just the place to scrawl your
“Entrance” — h4l1c9
Becky Harris
The Upward Bound House by Vanessa De Vargas
Ideabooks3,177
Questions3
square size also mimics the square-framed art. I bet this chair doesn't get sat on much, and if it does get sat on, there's a handy basket nearby for setting the pillow while putting shoes on to go out the door.
“.” — Marta Dudzicz
Chris Barrett Design
4 Reviews
Palos Verdes Residence
Ideabooks6,110
Questions9
The rustic furnishings and architecture in this Palos Verdes, California, home are elegant and spare, providing the perfect setting for a fiddle leaf.
“Tile floors and bench” — nycmasters1
Duffy Design Group
3 Reviews
York Harbor Maine
Ideabooks14,466
Questions8
the star of this entry hall. It's sculptural and mysterious and makes me curious. Did it come from an old, dusty Victorian factory? Or was it a set piece in a post-apocalyptic movie? This is a great example of opening your mind and your home to new/old possibilities.
“Tisch” — bubsi33
Nash Baker Architects
Westbourne Grove, London
Ideabooks611
Questions3
Hang an eye-catching pendant lightStatement lighting works in a hallway and a big, bold pendant sets a stylish tone from the minute you open the front door.
“Pendant light in hall or stairwell” — isymcqueen
Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
Ideabooks2,996
Questions6
In the entry, a Versailles dome chair with blanched wood trim and kelly green upholstery clearly sets the color tone for the rest of the house.
“in the corner” — mcarroll1213
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