1,329 vestibule Home Design Photos

LDa Architecture & Interiors
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Cambridge Modern Entry
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The vestibule should be at least 5 feet deep in order for the door to open and a person to walk behind it.
You mean a Vestibule? They're worth having If you live in a cold climate and you use it as an airlock - keeping the inner door closed unless you're entering or exiting. If you're going to
Love the idea of the vestibule
An idea for integrating the two doors - vestibule and front
old-house vestibule in a new house: a door between outside and inside, and a door between the vestibule and the front hall. The space of the vestibule is compressed and tight, making the space of the home all the more explosive and impressive.
Vestibules. Originally conceived as an air lock to keep
home, the vestibule has taken on a character all its own. Not quite inside nor outside, a vestibule is meant to be a transitional space that keeps rain, mud and unwanted guests out of the house proper. These transitional spaces, though more common on older homes, can find their way into a more contemporary
“Lovely double entry hallway” — tangogurl
Diana Abrashkin AIA
Architectural Design + Consulting
Ideabooks457
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Vestibule attached to front of house
Vestibules were often built outside the wall of the house and were a device for creating a human
Vestibule to update the front of house
Cool vestibule if we want a transition from out to in
vestibule outside the wall of the house
Vestibules originally served two purposes: providing a formal entrance and keeping the cold
Vestibule as back entry? 2 story with addition to office above?
A vestibule with a balcony above reminds
Vestibules were often built outside the wall of the house and were a device for creating a human scale as one approached the front door.
Vestibules originally served two purposes: providing a formal entrance and keeping the cold from the rest of the house when opening the front door.
“Porch” — Caren Cadieux
Douglas Design Studio
7 Reviews
Toronto Cabbagetown Home
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idea of a vestibule to keep out the weather
Add a vestibule. If your front door opens directly into your living space, consider building a small vestibule. A petite glassed-in version, like the one shown here, won’t take up too much space and will still allow light to pass through. A vestibule will protect the interior from wind blowing in each
“Double entrance” — hopeparnell
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Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
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Slomin Residence Vestibule Addition
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The vestibule is exactly what we are thinking of doing for our home. Do you have an estimate on the cost to build? Thanks, It's beautiful.
entrance vestibule in a somewhat contemporary style, but still being complementary to the existing home. It's hard to pinpoint the exact cost of the vestibule alone because there was other exterior work done as well, such as residing the entire house, window trim, garage doors, etc. Their original budget
that the vestibule cost in the neighborhood of $20,000. Keep in mind that we reused the existing foundation. The exterior finish is primarily Azek, roof is copper, and the windows and doors by Andersen. We also constructed a new bluestone landing and steps.
“vestibule, railings.” — Morlikster Cron
Cynthia Lynn Photography
1 Review
Simplifying in the Suburbs
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adding a vestibule, enclosing a front porch is a great way to keep wind and drafts from entering a home. A covered porch has the added benefit of providing shelter to visitors as they wait for you to answer the door.
adding a vestibule, enclosing a front porch is a great way to keep wind and drafts from entering a home. A covered porch has the added benefit of providing shelter to visitors as they wait for you to answer the door.
“shape and colour of stone” — joselyndv
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
East Jefferson Residence
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form the vestibule of a former brick home turned minimal and modern.More: Vestibules Remake an EntranceBrowse more vestibule photos
glass back vestibule
“Sleek” — tia2688
CARIB DANIEL MARTIN architecture and design llc
Cavalcanti Entry Porch
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modern exterior vestibule perfect for my contemporary house
And just as traditional designs can have a vestibule-like transition space on the outside, so too can modern designs
might be a great feel for a vestibule at river
have a vestibule-like transition space on the outside, so too can modern designs.More Architect's Toolbox: Scale and ProportionMore:Decorating Around an Open EntrywayKeys to a Stylish Entry
Glass panels and wood slats frame this open vestibule designed to complement a contemporary home.
“Slat/ timber” — bentomason
Home Restoration Services, Inc.
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A VIntage Vestibule
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Glass-enclosed Vestibules are an uncommon, friendly entrance to any home. This 1917 Vestibule had been patched and repaired many times. The design was a collaborative effort with Lee Meyer Architects; rebuilt to match other remodeling on this home. SOLUTION We rebuilt the structure with hand-built arched roof
Add a vestibule to the front of a house.
“pretty vestibule - exterior” — surc
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