4,007 foyer Living Room Design Photos

Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Asheville Home
toward a foyer of sorts, created by adding a small dresser and a bench with hooks over it," Garuti notes.
“Coat rack idea” — tommychen
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
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Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Early 1900s Home blends Traditional Design with Comfort and Style
from the foyer and opens into an office and sunroom. The soft tones and textures added by Tubb effortlessly enhance the living space without taking away from the room’s architectural beauty. The large windows and warm tones bring in light and warmth. The room’s original fireplace remains Atalie’s favorite
“Chair for living room” — dipa28
Cynthia Lynn Photography
1 Review
Simplifying in the Suburbs
another. The foyer opens up into the living room, which overlooks the kitchen — one of Dona's favorite features. "In our previous home, I missed out on all of the discussion, because I was always closed off in the kitchen," she says. Now she can easily talk to guests while prepping.Floor lamps: Pottery Barn
“Tables” — zigtina
Renewal Design-Build
12 Reviews
Druid Hills Mid Century Modern
stairs, the foyer opens to the living room on one side and the kitchen on the other; the dining room is just beyond the kitchen. New windows and doors expanded the existing views to the courtyard.
“paint color & kitchen color” — danijunet
Brenna Barzenick
My earthy, contemporary home
the back foyer (behind us) toward the bedrooms in the distance. The terminus of the axis is a canvas for artwork, the tall piece mounted on the wall perfectly framed in the opening.
“design” — jprotasio
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
28 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
front foyer, the home opens up into this living and dining space. It was extended out the back beyond the column as part of the renovation, because the clients needed a dining table that would seat 14 people. "The clients entertain all the time," says Donadel. "My client is like Martha Stewart; she always
“Living” — sophia1979
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Project in Progress
get a foyer table that does double duty as storage, get a lamp and use it. Change the areas that affect you and you’ll see your mood shift.Get creative. Splitting up a household often means a change in financial status. Not always, but when it does, think outside the box on how to best furnish, change
“Living” — Marcia Querejazu
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Classic San Francisco
foyer chandlier
foyer light
“waterfall” — brasel
should I keep the rug?
I bought the rug for the foyer, but it was too small. Does it work with what I have now in the sun room?
Planning to buy a new house. Currently living in a condo.
Is this a good layout? We are thinking of breaking the wall between living and family room? Any advice on how to place tv and furniture in family room?...
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