Traditional Entry, Detroit
A foyer should make a statement and set a tone for the rest of the house; it’s the first thing guests see. We took cues from this home’s straight-lined Georgian colonial architecture, and made a focal wall of layered paper squares and rectangles. We contrasted it with sculptural pieces like the sconces and a Venetian mirror we found in San Francisco . More squares in the Tibetan rug and the contemporary Italian chairs flanking the Regency commode tie the space together.
Example of a classic entryway design in Detroit
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28. Dunlap Design Group staff took cues from the straight-lined Georgian Colonial architecture when they picked pieces...
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Chest of drawers without roses!!!!
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