Philadelphia PenthouseEclectic Entry, Philadelphia

Courtney Apple Photography

Example of an eclectic entryway design in Philadelphia with blue walls —  Houzz
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alexsandriaab wrote:Oct 16, 2012
  • jennprida
    LOVE the mirror!!
  • bethanee76

    yes please! Where is this mirror from?


gg13 wrote:Nov 6, 2012
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    Caitlin Wilson Design
    Benjamin Moore Key Largo Green
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    Cocoweb
    great interior decoration. We are happy to offer you the picture light for your cute set photos
Samantha Kate Design wrote:Nov 4, 2012
  • kawsmartt
    I would also love to know. Thanks!
elfreela wrote:Oct 2, 2012
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      C.B Seating, etc. llc wrote:Jul 22, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        lisabatsongoldberg
        LBG Interiors added this to 6 Ways to Personalize Your Home (Without Breaking the Bank)Jul 27, 2017

        When it comes to creating an impactful feature wall, the more you mix it up the better. Use different sizes of photos, prints, art and items to add visual interest to your wall design. Try mixing new and old, big and small, square and round, colorful and black-and-white. Framing your photos in different colors, styles, thicknesses and shapes will add even more flair.

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to Pick-a-Paint Help: How to Quit Procrastinating on Color ChoiceJun 16, 2013

        Don't be afraid to snag exact shades. See a wall color you love in a magazine, on a blog or on Houzz? On Houzz, clicking the photo can lead to more information ... and there is no reason not to use the color yourself.This wall: Key Largo Green | Tips for matching colors from photos to real life

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to Do You Have a Signature Color? Here's How to Find and Use ItJan 24, 2013

        What Is a Signature Color?Personal. A signature color at its heart is a hue that is associated with you. Friends are reminded of you when they see "your" color, and a home feels more authentically you when it is woven in. Sometimes it happens accidentally, but you can also intentionally cultivate a signature hue.

        cathylara
        Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Energy and Color Aplenty in a Live-Work RentalNov 14, 2012

        The designer's foyer sings a happy note in Key Largo Green by Benjamin Moore. Wilson purchased the mirror from Joss & Main and hand painted the ampersand canvas. Artwork from her parents' collection, digital prints and family photos make up the gallery wall.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        monylr
        monylr added this to monylr's ideasApr 27, 2019

        I like the center with other things around it

        glaraby
        glaraby added this to glaraby's ideasDec 16, 2018

        Key Largo Green Benjamin Moore Door color?

        michelle_ritzen
        Michelle Ritzen added this to KitchenNov 27, 2018

        eclectic art, books, occasional table

        meakman
        meakman added this to Les new homeSep 16, 2018

        Mirror over table by garage door with chair on one side or both

        ms3105
        ms3105 added this to テーマカラーSep 11, 2018

        テーマカラーとは? あなたという個人を示す色。テーマカラーとは、基本的に、自分に関連する色のこと。お友だちは、「あなたの色」を目にするとあなたのことを思い出しますし、あなたの家の中にその色が使われていると、ますますあなたらしい家になります。テーマカラーは知らず知らずにきまっている場合もあれば、意識して自分のものにすることもできます。

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