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My Houzz: Early 1900s Home blends Traditional Design with Comfort and Style
The large living room breaks 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
My Houzz: Asheville Home
resolved the issue by purchasing a reclaimed door from Old World Architectural and installing it to swing the opposite way. "Now you are directed toward a foyer of sorts, created by adding a small dresser and a bench with hooks over it," Garuti notes.
Cynthia Lynn Photography
Simplifying in the Suburbs
The efficient floor plan has fewer but larger rooms that flow into one 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
My earthy, contemporary home
Moving slightly within the living area, we can see the axis that extends from 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.
Druid Hills Mid Century Modern
This shot gives you a clear idea of the floor plan; at the top of the 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.
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
1. A sense of entry. I absolutely love this room. I imagine walking into the house and seeing this view from the front foyer. I love that the furniture isn't blocking me visually, with a sofa facing the fireplace or the too-typical formal layout with two sofas flanking the
Lisa Petrole Photography
Project in Progress
a dark and dingy entry is the first thing you’re faced with every day, change that! Repaint, put up a wall covering or a great piece of art, 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