Sometimes a foyer is small and sometimes it is grand, but in any situation a foyer sets the tone for the rest of the home.
Small doesn’t mean unconsidered! The reflective wallcovering, detailed mirror, and dainty artisan pieces make this cozy entrance feel considered.
Before & After: Everything is the same and yet totally different! By removing the dated chair rail and adding a cork wallcovering, this antique-style space now feels updated and fresh.
If not considered correctly, this large Haddonfield, NJ center hall entry could become stodgy. However, by choosing more casual finishes and accenting the space with a large lean-to mirror, our client is setting an easy-going tone from the start.
A fifteen year old home in Colt’s Neck, NJ needed some love, and our client’s casual leanings inspired this simple paneled moulding addition and railing update.
This generous Sea Isle City foyer was designed for storage! Weekend guests now have a place to keep all of their sand covered flip flops.
When you want simple and neutral, it’s important to pick interesting case goods and mirrors. This rustic U-shaped table with iron details plays with the delicate shell mirror hanging above.
All About the Stairs
What this entry lacked in space, it made up for in great mouldings and attention to details. The runner helps add texture and pattern while the family photos add wonderful interest to an otherwise wall-less space.
Letting the Light In
MDG defined this Riverton, NJ entrance with a new opening that included a restored window from a salvage yard. The full-light door creates a light filled foyer ready to welcome any homeowner at the end of a long day.
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Posted by Bridget McMullin on March 22, 2016