425,163 Foyer Design Photos

Modern History
Modern History
Barbour Spangle Design Group
A 90's builder home undergoes a massive renovation to accommodate this family of four who were looking for a comfortable, casual yet sophisticated atmosphere that pulled design influence from their collective roots in Colorado, Texas, NJ and California. Thoughtful touches throughout make this the perfect house to come home to. Featured in the January/February issue of DESIGN BUREAU. Won FAMILY ROOM OF THE YEAR by NC Design Online. Won ASID 1st Place in the ASID Carolinas Design Excellence Competition.
Forest Hill Mudroom
Forest Hill Mudroom
BedfordBrooks Design Inc.
For many of us, our mudroom is often the first place we enter when arriving home. For our clients, a family of four with 2 young children, the mudroom had to be well designed with ample storage and an efficient lay-out. A combination of closed door and open shelving provides an abundance of storage and hanging space to house everything from boots, shoes, coats and miscellaneous gear. Ample shelving provides space for baskets of varying sizes to corral a plethora of smaller items. A generous cushioned bench for and decorative deer hooks installed above it for those easy to access items allows the family to hang and organize things and still have a space that looks clean and organized. Personal storage lockers with screen doors also provide a separated space for each person so that things can be easily stored, found and retrieved.
Urban Lake Cottage
Urban Lake Cottage
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
General Contractor: Hagstrom Builders | Photos: Corey Gaffer Photography
Duboce Park Industrial Modern
Duboce Park Industrial Modern
Regan Baker Design Inc.
Stylish brewery owners with airline miles that match George Clooney’s decided to hire Regan Baker Design to transform their beloved Duboce Park second home into an organic modern oasis reflecting their modern aesthetic and sustainable, green conscience lifestyle. From hops to floors, we worked extensively with our design savvy clients to provide a new footprint for their kitchen, dining and living room area, redesigned three bathrooms, reconfigured and designed the master suite, and replaced an existing spiral staircase with a new modern, steel staircase. We collaborated with an architect to expedite the permit process, as well as hired a structural engineer to help with the new loads from removing the stairs and load bearing walls in the kitchen and Master bedroom. We also used LED light fixtures, FSC certified cabinetry and low VOC paint finishes. Regan Baker Design was responsible for the overall schematics, design development, construction documentation, construction administration, as well as the selection and procurement of all fixtures, cabinets, equipment, furniture,and accessories. Key Contributors: Green Home Construction; Photography: Sarah Hebenstreit / Modern Kids Co. In this photo: We added a pop of color on the built-in bookshelf, and used CB2 space saving wall-racks for bikes as decor.
Martis Camp - 419
Martis Camp - 419
MWA, Inc.
The gear room with lockers offers plenty of storage. Photographer: Vance Fox
Front Doors
Front Doors
Berry Door & Window
Front Entry French Door 22"x48" 6-lite clear glass with low-e, simulated divided light exterior grills. Camelot handle set, door painted black.
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 425,163 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Ekman Design Studio and Lilian H. Weinreich, Architects. 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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