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Country Townhouse - Batavia, Illinois
Country Townhouse - Batavia, Illinois
Sibrava & Associates, Interior Concepts
Entry foyer and staircase is decorated with striped wallpaper and coordinating pattern using fleur-de-lis. Georgian furniture pieces add style and grace while adding functionality for the homeowners. Basic neutral background colors are accented with reds, blues and golds. Drama and style is epitomized in this angular entry with the use of a custom octagonal area.rug.
Cupertino transform to a contemporary house
Cupertino transform to a contemporary house
Y.Designs
Japanese style foyer called Genkan with walk-in shoes closet
Example of a trendy entryway design in San Francisco
Cupertino transform to a contemporary house
Cupertino transform to a contemporary house
Y.Designs
Japanese style foyer called Genkan with walk-in shoes closet
Inspiration for a contemporary entryway remodel in San Francisco
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Cupertino transformation to a contemporary house
Cupertino transformation to a contemporary house
Y.Designs
Inspiration for a contemporary entryway remodel in San Francisco
Green Oasis
Green Oasis
Troy Rhone Garden Design
Entryway - traditional entryway idea in Birmingham with a green front door
Beaver Lake Residence
Beaver Lake Residence
MacPherson Construction and Design
Entryway - large transitional light wood floor entryway idea in Seattle with beige walls and a medium wood front door
Contemporary Hacienda
Contemporary Hacienda
Becker Studios
Tuscan entryway photo in Santa Barbara
My Houzz: 1970s Boho Style in the Pacific Northwest
My Houzz: 1970s Boho Style in the Pacific Northwest
STRUKTR Studios Photography
Marni Epstein-Mervis © 2018 Houzz
Example of an eclectic entryway design in Los Angeles
Art Deco Estate
Art Deco Estate
Anne Hauck Art Deco
The high-ceilinged entrance area features Art deco banding to accentuate the ceiling and doorways. The contemporary French pedestal and the Screen in the style of Jean Dunand from Anne Hauck showroom. Lighting and artwork from Paris. Area leads into office.
Less Lawn More Garden
Less Lawn More Garden
Westover Landscape Design
"The circular seating area links a large side yard with the equally large front yard, giving both a raison d'etre. The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path that cuts through it. Not too casual; not too formal. Definitely inviting. The rounded area (complete with two charming turquoise Adirondack chairs and a small side table) serves the same purpose as a front porch, providing bonus seating to the two benches on the entry threshold of this traditional home. This side yard treatment is both attractive and neighbor friendly." Debra Prinzing More at www.WestoverLD.com
エントランスエリア サンフランシスコ アパートメント
エントランスエリア サンフランシスコ アパートメント
Katsura Onoe Design
エントランスは限られたスペースでありながらもゴールドと黒のカラースキームと花器等で禅&侘び寂びの空間をコーディネートしています。
Small trendy carpeted and beige floor entryway photo in San Francisco with white walls and a red front door
Encinitas Tuscan Style Home
Encinitas Tuscan Style Home
Grayson Construction Inc.
David Gray
Entryway - mediterranean entryway idea in San Diego
Asian Style Entry Gate and Fence
Asian Style Entry Gate and Fence
Wolfe, Inc.
Jason DeAntonis
Example of a zen entryway design in San Francisco
Pattern-Rich Loft in Soho
Pattern-Rich Loft in Soho
Katie Leede & Company Studio
Lesley Unruh
Inspiration for a small eclectic gray floor entry hall remodel in New York with white walls
Entry
Entry
ODS Architecture
Atherton has many large substantial homes - our clients purchased an existing home on a one acre flag-shaped lot and asked us to design a new dream home for them. The result is a new 7,000 square foot four-building complex consisting of the main house, six-car garage with two car lifts, pool house with a full one bedroom residence inside, and a separate home office /work out gym studio building. A fifty-foot swimming pool was also created with fully landscaped yards. Given the rectangular shape of the lot, it was decided to angle the house to incoming visitors slightly so as to more dramatically present itself. The house became a classic u-shaped home but Feng Shui design principals were employed directing the placement of the pool house to better contain the energy flow on the site. The main house entry door is then aligned with a special Japanese red maple at the end of a long visual axis at the rear of the site. These angles and alignments set up everything else about the house design and layout, and views from various rooms allow you to see into virtually every space tracking movements of others in the home. The residence is simply divided into two wings of public use, kitchen and family room, and the other wing of bedrooms, connected by the living and dining great room. Function drove the exterior form of windows and solid walls with a line of clerestory windows which bring light into the middle of the large home. Extensive sun shadow studies with 3D tree modeling led to the unorthodox placement of the pool to the north of the home, but tree shadow tracking showed this to be the sunniest area during the entire year. Sustainable measures included a full 7.1kW solar photovoltaic array technically making the house off the grid, and arranged so that no panels are visible from the property. A large 16,000 gallon rainwater catchment system consisting of tanks buried below grade was installed. The home is California GreenPoint rated and also features sealed roof soffits and a sealed crawlspace without the usual venting. A whole house computer automation system with server room was installed as well. Heating and cooling utilize hot water radiant heated concrete and wood floors supplemented by heat pump generated heating and cooling. A compound of buildings created to form balanced relationships between each other, this home is about circulation, light and a balance of form and function. Photo by John Sutton Photography.
Entry Foyer for Vicki Gunvalson of the RHOC
Entry Foyer for Vicki Gunvalson of the RHOC
Leanne Michael L U X E lifestyle design
As you enter into the home you are greeted with fresh Spainish white walls in a matte finish and ebony brown doors and trim, hand painted / custom stenciled tiles above the baseboards to define the space, all original art work, custom iron candle sconces, two new oushak area rugs, a live Japanese Maple, preserved cypress trees in rustic baskets and live euphorbia in blue and white porcelain planters. Interior Design by Leanne Michael Photography by Gail Owens
2041
2041
Blender Architecture LLC
Darris Harris
Inspiration for a contemporary entryway remodel in Chicago
Asian Ambiance
Asian Ambiance
Gelotte Hommas Drivdahl Architecture
• Before - 2,300 square feet • After – 3,800 square feet • Remodel of a 1930’s vacation cabin on a steep, lakeside lot • Asian-influenced Arts and Crafts style architecture compliments the owner’s art and furniture collection • A harmonious design blending stained wood, rich stone and natural fibers • The creation of an upper floor solved access problems while adding space for a grand entry, office and media room • The new staircase, with its Japanese tansu-style cabinet and widened lower sculpture display steps, forms a partitioning wall for the two-story library
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romero + obeji interior design
The foyer of this residence has very tall ceilings and a very open feel but combined with the tile floors it was also a bit cold. The Hector Romero design team created a truly welcoming spot with a large watercolor evoking the outdoors and the bench was a really exciting find – its heavy plank rustic seat has a live edge and the base is a remarkable Japanese woodworking style with three legs. This functional spot sets the tone for the hospitality within home. More images on our website: http://www.romero-obeji-interiordesign.com
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