430,274 Foyer Design Photos

Windsor Companies
Windsor Companies
Windsor Companies
The entire grounds of this Lake Minnetonka home was renovated as part of a major home remodel. The orientation of the entrance was improved to better align automobile traffic. The new permeable driveway is built of recycled clay bricks placed on gravel. The remainder of the front yard is organized by soft lawn spaces and large Birch trees. The entrance to the home is accentuated by masses of annual flowers that frame the bluestone steps. On the lake side of the home a secluded, private patio offers refuge from the more publicly viewed backyard. This project earned Windsor Companies a Grand Honor award and Judge's Choice by the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association. Photos by Paul Crosby.
Hillside Drive
Hillside Drive
Mica McOmber-Three Creeks Construction
Mid-Century modern Renovation front entry. Custom made frosted glass front Door made from clear Larch sourced locally. Cedar Rainscreen siding with dark brown stain. Vertical cedar accents with Sikkens finish.
The Aurora : 2019 Clark County Parade of Homes : Foyer
The Aurora : 2019 Clark County Parade of Homes : Foyer
Cascade West Development
Inspired by the majesty of the Northern Lights and this family's everlasting love for Disney, this home plays host to enlighteningly open vistas and playful activity. Like its namesake, the beloved Sleeping Beauty, this home embodies family, fantasy and adventure in their truest form. Visions are seldom what they seem, but this home did begin 'Once Upon a Dream'. Welcome, to The Aurora.
Interior Designer, Kim Scodro's Desert Haven
Interior Designer, Kim Scodro's Desert Haven
DUCHATEAU Floors
Interior Designer Kim Scrodo designed her award-winning desert haven featuring DuChâteau's Slat from The Heritage Timber Edition
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
Washington Park
Washington Park
ROM architecture studio
Whole-house remodel of a hillside home in Seattle. The historically-significant ballroom was repurposed as a family/music room, and the once-small kitchen and adjacent spaces were combined to create an open area for cooking and gathering. A compact master bath was reconfigured to maximize the use of space, and a new main floor powder room provides knee space for accessibility. Built-in cabinets provide much-needed coat & shoe storage close to the front door. ©Kathryn Barnard, 2014
Your foyer – also known as a vestibule – is the first (and last) room people see when entering your home, so creating a welcoming space is key. It should reflect the overall style of your home, and create a single point in which all other rooms flow. Start your entry off right by choosing a front door that is style appropriate yet interesting. Next, consider how you will use the space and include the required furniture items or storage solutions, such as a key rack or umbrella stand, to ensure it remains organised.

How do I make my entry stand out?


Your front door is the first impression guests will have of your home, so make sure it is a good one. A door that looks rundown will imply what lies beneath is in need of a desperate makeover. The overall architectural style of your home should be reflected in your door, but you can experiment with size and shape, and also mix things up with paint colours and quirky hardware. If your entrance is set back from the facade of your home, consider using a brighter colour palette and adding potted plants and a welcome mat to help make it stand out. Wall sconces or hanging lights will also showcase your door and decor.

How do I organise my foyer?


To avoid turning your entry into a dumping zone, install smart storage solutions to minimise clutter. First, think about what you do when you first walk into your home. If you have a tendency to misplace your keys, leave your umbrella or kick off your shoes at the front door, consider including wall hooks, an umbrella stand and a shoe rack at the entry. Built-in joinery will further offer invaluable storage, while a console or hall table look great in bigger spaces.

How do I decorate my foyer?


In this small space, less is definitely more. But that’s not to say you can’t inject some fun into your entry. Experiment with the little details – hooks, bowls and storage bins – by using different materials, colours and textures, such as wood tones and metallics. If you have open wall space, add artwork or photographs that make you happy or have conversation-starting potential. Additionally, fresh flowers and well curated knickknacks on a table or shelf are always a welcoming touch.

Whether you want inspiration for planning a foyer renovation or are building a designer foyer from scratch, Houzz has 430,260 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including DUCHATEAU Floors and Witt Construction. Look through foyer photos in different colours and styles and when you find a foyer design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful foyer ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.
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