Entrance, Hall, Foyer Design Ideas & Photos

Traditional Entry with Buffet Table and Blue White Accents

A pop of Mediterranean blue enlivens this sophisticated and large-scale entryway, where bold moldings accent the barrel-vaulted ceiling and tall arched doorways, and a soft color palette lets the architectural details shine.

The dark-stained floors, console, and large brown wood mirror anchor the space visually while matching the architecture’s timeless style. The blue-and-white porcelain lamps are just as classic, and their round shape adds life and vibrancy to the scheme and picks up the color in the area rug.

Traditional Entry with Blue White Accents
Eclectic entry design by Other Metro Design-build Farinelli Construction Inc

Contemporary Rustic Entrance with Natural Wood Console Table

This foyer’s grand proportion calls for large-scale furnishings that won’t get lost in the space. The sculptural wood-slab console used as a focal point is up to the task, and it also adds both drama and rustic texture to the subdued color scheme. The warm palette of gold, sand, and taupe serves as a handsome canvas for other natural accents, including the Mission-style wood column, the antiqued gold metal Gavino Mirror, and the lamp rendered as a vertical bouquet of daisies.
Contemporary Rustic Entrance
Rustic Entry design by Omaha Architect Coffey & Co. House of Interiors

Rustic Entry with Modern Primitive Table Lamp

Your entryway says a lot about your personality. For a rustic style entrance, having a modern primitive table lamp placed on a carved wood table is a good option. The various earth tone colors of brown, cream, and white further this warm and exotic look. Find this ” Tamil Musician Lamp” with 3 musicians riding on an elephant.

Rustic Entrance in Primative Style

Traditional Staircase with Picture and Mirror Collage

A collection of gold framed mirrors and family photographs bring interest to this staircase. The arrangement is cohesive because the colors have been limited primarily to gold with accents of black. Using the handrail as a guide, the placement is balanced as it stair-steps the stairwell. The variety of shapes and sizes as well as the introduction of corbels into the arrangement, make an interesting design solution for the staircase.

Stairway with Collage Mirrors

Traditional Mirrored Entry Adds Opulent Flair

Sometimes less is more, but if you’re going for opulent, don’t hold back. This entryway makes a big statement in a small space by paneling one accent wall with smoked-glass mirrors, capturing the opposite wall’s reflection and casting it as another layer in this elaborate tableau. The staircase is actually located behind the photographer.

Accessories like the candelabra wall sconces and large gold mirror heighten the grandeur. The symmetry of the wall sconces and the repetition of the various vases against the mirrored wall establish a foundation of order. The blue-and-white porcelains are similar enough to function as one group.

Traditional Entry with Mirror Walls
Entry design by DC Metro Interior Designer Sroka Design, Inc.

Traditional Entry with Buffet Table in Neutral Tones

Refinement can convey a sense of personality and charm as easily as eclectic and vibrant decor can. The free-form floral arrangement brings drama to an otherwise quiet entryway.

Its bold scale and just-picked allure are less formal than the dignified, elegant console, and its reflection amplifies this impact. A large white mirror with classic European detailing sweetens the room too, with its light tone and artful texture.

Traditional Entry with Buffet Table
Traditional Entry design by Los Angeles Interior Designer Zuniga Interiors

Contemporary Hall Design with Green and Purple Accents

From the tray ceiling to the rich exotic wood floors this hall is a truly beautifully appointed space. The indentations of the wood floor add a lovely texture to the otherwise smooth texture palette. Expertly designed lighting creates exquisite shadows on the walls behind the tall greenery set on simple open Contemporary styled tables. The purple chairs the perfect touch of color. La piece de resistance to this hall is the Odalis Round Black Wall Mirror. ($434.00, 4′ Diameter)

Contemporary Hall Design
Contemporary Hall design by Los Angeles Interior Designer Jennifer Bevan Interiors

Traditional Entry in White and Wood

Farmhouse chic take a stylish spin with beadboard and beams on the ceiling of this entry. A lantern-style chandelier adds to the area’s Americana spirit, and because it’s small, the black finish doesn’t overpower the fresh white-on-white scheme.

A fine drop-leaf console with turned legs looks like it might have been made by a talented carpenter down the lane and passed along for generations. Find similar rustic wood mirrors here.

Traditional Entry in White
Traditional Entry design by Chicago Interior Designer Tom Stringer Design Partners

Traditional Foyer with Tall Ceiling and Swag Curtain

The key to this classic and spacious entryway is to take advantage of its breezy, open layout. Sky-high windows and windowed arch around the front door invite lots of light to this foyer, and the sheer curtain fabric keeps the area feeling graceful and relaxed, instead of heavy fabric that could feel foreboding at such height. The loveseat adds to the casual, inviting atmosphere.

Traditional Foyer with Tall Ceiling Photos
Design by Dc Metro Interior Designer Gina Fitzsimmons ASID

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