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Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional ceramic floor entryway remodel in DC Metro with gray walls

Georgetown TownhouseTransitional Entry, DC Metro

Entry Hall. Photo credit: Ricci Shryock

Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional ceramic floor entryway remodel in DC Metro with gray walls —  Houzz
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Andrea Burridge Interior Design wrote:Aug 5, 2012
PDX Longhorn wrote:Nov 14, 2011
  • PDX Longhorn
    Hi Wendy! Thanks so much- that is a big help!
  • bacclady
    In response to another pic, the designer wrote "Farrow and Ball Cornforth White in modern emulsion finish--the entry, living room and stairs are all the same color"
shawn1dave wrote:Nov 9, 2011
4741 wrote:Nov 9, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    These colors appear to be the same. Take a look at Horizon OC-53 by Benjamn Moore, which is similar.
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    Zoe Feldman Design, Inc.
    Farrow and Ball Cornforth White in modern emulsion finish--the entry, living room and stairs are all the same color
sam7076 wrote:Nov 13, 2014
    decoratorgirl wrote:Mar 3, 2014
      The Tile & Stone Design Center wrote:Dec 20, 2013
        hannahtracy wrote:Sep 10, 2012

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          kareneglythompson
          Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 7 Ways to Make the Most of Your EntranceFeb 18, 2016

          Even if you have a tight entry space, don’t think that you have to give up the greenery. This simple arrangement sits atop a heat register cover.

          fredalbert
          Fred Albert added this to Glass Doors That Welcome — and Protect Your Privacy TooApr 24, 2014

          Here’s a simpler version of the same concept: shirred sheers. What could be easier?Let the dancing begin.More: Get Backyard Privacy the Subtler, Stylish Way

          lolalina
          Laura Gaskill added this to Smart Solutions for Nonexistent EntrywaysOct 12, 2012

          Dilemma: An Extremely Narrow HallWith an entryway this narrow, a table (or even floating shelf) is out of the question. Use what little floor space is available to wrangle umbrellas in a chic holder, and attach a few small hooks to the wall to hold keys. Design details: In a tiny hall, you can use the surfaces to bring in color and pattern. Here, the patterned tile floor, pendant light and glossy black door paint dress up the space, and even the narrow radiator cover is used to hold a vase of flowers.

          erikaward
          Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Houzz Tour: Neo-Traditional Style in GeorgetownNov 7, 2011

          From the handcrafted limestone floors to the netted-glass pendant, Sorenson by Remains, this classic foyer provides more clues to the modern updates that have taken place in this home.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          heathersafferstone
          Safferstone Interiors added this to Window Treatment Styles4 days ago

          Shirred panel on rods / tight top & bottom

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