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Love the black hardware. Would you call this a recessed panel front door? Crisp Architects - traditional - Entry - New York - Crisp Architects

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Home Restorations: Farmhouse Entry - Home Restorations: Century Farmhouse - Southern Living. Stairs near front entrance.

Contrast.  Less is more here.

Transform a small entranceway into a grand space with a neutral color palette and a huge mirror. The vertical mirror, tall vase and flowers, and the thick vertical table legs make the space seem taller. Small Entryway and Foyer Ideas & Inspiration

7 Entry Halls

Crisp Architects - traditional - hall - new york - Crisp Architects - bell jar lantern

Jenallyson - The Project Girl -sidelights that look less like sidelights...

Front door/french doors, half wall Modern English - traditional - entry - minneapolis - Murphy & Co.

Looooooove this mudroom.....brick floors!!!! Drawers and a bench!!!! sigh.

brick floor and awesome door! (love this whole look.brick floor, door, staircase, molding/storage space on left, bench)

Sweeping staircase - imagine living in a place with a staircase like this…

New Home with gorgeous foyer and beautiful windows ~ Interior Design: Sandra Nunnerley, A Riverside Estate. Lovely stair case with some elegant windows

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Linda McDougald Design Postcard from Paris Home is a full-service interior design firm and home furnishings boutique based in Greenville, SC.

***not for the front door. only for the kitchen door***>>> GASP. i desperately want a two part door like this <<< Via Brambleberry Cottage | Dream Home

FARMHOUSE – INTERIOR – vintage early american farmhouse showcases raised panel walls, barn wood floor, exposed beamed ceiling, and a simple style for moulding and trim, like in this farmhouse foyer with dutch front door with windows.

Entradas sencillas y hermosas

Great entry I love this entry way! The stairway is set back just right, not falling into them as soon as you enter the house! Very nice house!

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