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Entry idea...Entry way idea...Entry way seating...Cool entry...Chairs for entry
Cornelius Homes, Inc.
Shawnee, KS home
stone bridge at the front entry
Front entry idea...cool entry...Wood beams in entry...covered entry
Lucas Patton Design
entry way - like idea of
Front entry guest area
Entry hall...Entry way...Like for entry...Entry idea
Country Club Homes
Smith Ridge I
Love the entry. What type of rug do you have on the floor?
Very nicely done. Can you share who the mftr of the entry door is?
Fantastic! I love how this entry way is decorated with the weathervanes hung on the wall. Great bench, sisal , rug and white walls.
Love this entry minus weathervanes
Z+ Architects, LLC
Franklin Turnpike Farmhouse
rustic bench in entry way (maybe
a rustic bench for entry way underneath the window (with side lockers)
rustic entry bench...entry hall?...Entry bench
Keiffer Phillips - Patricia Brown, Builders Inc.
Brick int entry
floor for entry...long pew in entry...entry bench...Lovely entry
Buy Some Damn Art
Might work in tiny split level entry
Take large mirror from dr and put in lr entry
LIVING ROOM ENTRY MIRROR
Mirrors in entry space
on speaker/entry wall?
ledge for entry way...Entry nook wall...yellow entry door
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
The center section extends beyond the main body of this house, which is equally divided on each side of the entry, with a minor sunroom set back on a third plane. This front entry works because the columns on the front porch continue the strong symmetry of the facade and add another level of depth
SymmetryThe center section extends beyond the main body of this house, which is equally divided on each side of the entry, with a minor sunroom set back on a third plane. This front entry works because the columns on the front porch continue the strong symmetry of the facade and add another level of depth