130 about Transitional Entry Design Photos

Wind and Willow Home
Eden Prairie Home
Ideabooks7,183
Questions1
spray deck products for driveways and pool decks to high-end trowel-grade materials for interior residential and commercial spaces. The overlay is about ⅛-inch thick and can stand up to freeze-thaw conditions if applied and maintained properly.
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spray deck products for driveways and pool decks to high-end trowel-grade materials for interior residential and commercial spaces. The overlay is about ⅛-inch thick and can stand up to freeze-thaw conditions if applied and maintained properly.
“stencil on concrete” — slittlemc
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks10,376
Questions10
Want to know more about the sideboard.
Please tell me about the sideboard on the left side of the photo.
wouldn't come into your home unprepared and spend a few quick minutes snapping shots — so you shouldn't either. Before you pick up the camera, think about the story you want to tell with your images. Where are the critical spaces, and how do you want to express them? What pieces are stifling the scene
“Entryway” — kswiggs
Blue Tangerine Art
Art as Pop
Ideabooks19,796
Questions16
too, am curious about type of wood and stain used for the dark hardwoods. Would you please share? thanks!
Wondering how I could go about getting the sidelights
Can you please share any information about this rug? What is the material & brand? It is perfect!!! I love the Natural look of it. Thank you!!!
Something about this entry made me think of this getup by Oscar de la Renta. In both looks, modernity and edginess are tempered with softness in the form of florals
“The table with a mirror over it” — 123jill
Lisa Stevens & Company, Inc.
Family Residence Forest Hill
Ideabooks610
Questions4
there’s extra time, attack all those junky slots in your wallet, dump your change in the Coinstar-bound jar and sort your coupons. Then get excited about tomorrow’s trip to Coinstar and plan something fun for all that bonus dough: Starbucks gift certificate, Jim Gaffigan ticket, some more lemon verbena
“birds” — jbvinnik
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Rustic Canyon New Home
Ideabooks15,282
Questions10
open-plan living, especially since many of us favor letting more natural light into our homes. With modern heating and insulation, we're not as concerned about drafts and dust from the front door, so opening the interior doors can be an easy solution. This hall has a partially glazed paneled door at the end
“Newel poste” — Jane Sewell
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
Noe Valley Entry
Ideabooks9,217
Questions12
the stairs to reach the living room, family room, dining room and kitchen. The elaborate newel post and stair rail hint at the home’s age.Read more about the history of newel posts
“Carpeted stairs” — brownjenifer
Morgante Wilson Architects
7 Reviews
Historic Transformation
Ideabooks2,229
Questions6
Could you please provide details about the floor?
Moore9620, these are all Benjamin Moore colors. We are unsure about the walls, they are grey/beige neutral. However, the trim is called "White Dove". Thank you so much for your question!
Väggfärg: Moore9620, these are all Benjamin Moore colors. We are unsure about the walls, they are grey/beige neutral. However, the trim is called "White Dove".
PRO Morgante Wilson Architects Moore9620, these are all Benjamin Moore colors. We are unsure about the walls, they are grey/beige neutral. However, the trim is called "White Dove". Thank you so much for your question!
“Front door” — aprilz0104
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
Ideabooks20,118
Questions18
Please tell me about the hanging lamp. It's perfect for my entry as well
Yes, please tell us about the hanging light, thank you! Looking for one similar for my screened porch.
Again, I like the floor, what to you think about the randomness. Seem more realistic since wood would be more random too?
Love the texture of wall and flooring. Not sure about wood on ceiling, but maybe.
“Front door” — palmerdeb
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