This Old House, Charlestown Greek Rival Row HouseTraditional Entry, Boston

Lovely front entrance with delft blue paint and brass accents. Front doors should say welcome and thank you for visiting, I think this does just that!

Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless medium tone wood floor and brown floor entryway remodel in Boston with yellow walls and a blue front door —  Houzz
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Lizzy L. wrote:Dec 31, 2014
  • Lizzy L.

    Thank you. It's gorgeous.

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    Kathy Marshall Design

    You are very welcome. Glad you like it!


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    Kathy Marshall Design

    This was a tag find so I do not have the cut sheet on hand, it is 14" deep 32" high around 40 wide

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    ldisanto wrote:Feb 12, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      brennamedia
      Brenna Malmberg added this to 105 Ideas for Entryway MirrorsSep 19, 2016

      64. Lots of bright decor, from pug figurines to blooming flowers, surrounds an ornate mirror that Kathy Marshall Design worked into the space.

      lolalina
      Laura Gaskill added this to 20 Ways to Personalize a New HouseDec 22, 2015

      1. Paint the front door. It’s far less commitment than painting the exterior and has more bang for the buck. While you’re choosing a paint color, consider whether you want to update the hardware as well — shiny new hardware can give your home a fresh look, and you can change the locks at the same time (always a good idea when you buy a house), so it’s a win-win.

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      Steven Corley Randel, Architect added this to Key Entryway Dimensions for Homes Large and SmallNov 15, 2014

      These two photos may initially appear dissimilar; however, they are more alike than you might realize. Scale is the differentiator, but they are both rooted in traditional architecture and they function similarly. An entrance door is centered within each foyer and each has a chandelier, albeit of considerably different magnitudes. Each also has a beautiful table, upon which rests a vase of flowers. Mirrors allow the play of light and provide reflection, and color adds emphasis. These elements are common to many entries. Attention to the scale of the details and the execution of the design make them successful here.Design your entry with an architect on Houzz

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