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Entrance Ideas and Designs

Beckenham, Greater London
Beckenham, Greater London
Clare MarieClare Marie
Inspiration for a victorian entrance in Other.
Victoria Park
Victoria Park
Golden DesignGolden Design
This is an example of an eclectic entrance in London.
Chatsworth Gardens
Chatsworth Gardens
ZulufishZulufish
A Victorian semi-detached house with a large entrance hall leading to a spacious kitchen, dining area and family room to the rear and a formal sitting room and TV room at the front and centre. The upper floors house five bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The design-savvy owners of a fashionable London shoe boutique, which we’d refurbished, appointed us to work on their home. They wanted to inject it with character and warmth, and although initially reluctant to make structural changes, reconsidered. The inspiration was modern and trendy Scandinavian style: what strikes you immediately are the views – the uninterrupted view from room to room through the depth of the building as well as those across to the stunning garden.
Sussex Farmhouse Bootroom and Utility
Sussex Farmhouse Bootroom and Utility
Joseph John & Co.Joseph John & Co.
Design ideas for a rural entrance in Sussex.
Project for Fiona Duke
Project for Fiona Duke
Anna Stathaki | PhotographyAnna Stathaki | Photography
Photo of a classic foyer in London with beige walls, medium hardwood flooring, brown floors and a dado rail.
Boscastle
Boscastle
MH Costa Construction LtdMH Costa Construction Ltd
Design ideas for a traditional entrance in London.
Wimbledon Home
Wimbledon Home
Joy Flanagan DesignJoy Flanagan Design
This well proportioned entrance hallway began with the black and white marble floor and the amazing chandelier. The table, artwork, additional lighting, fabrics art and flooring were all selected to create a striking and harmonious interior. The resulting welcome is stunning.
a cork extension
a cork extension
Richard John Andrews LtdRichard John Andrews Ltd
This is an example of a traditional front door in London with a single front door.
Happy Place
Happy Place
Woodstock FurnitureWoodstock Furniture
Photo of a farmhouse boot room in Cheshire with pink walls and panelled walls.
Habitat Collaboration
Habitat Collaboration
Topology InteriorsTopology Interiors
Design ideas for a midcentury entrance in London.
Lizzie Green
Lizzie Green
Ben Sage PhotographyBen Sage Photography
Victorian hallway in London with brown walls, light hardwood flooring, a single front door, a medium wood front door, brown floors and wallpapered walls.
A barn-style home in Hampshire
A barn-style home in Hampshire
OakwrightsOakwrights
This is an example of a farmhouse entrance in Hampshire.
Haldon Road
Haldon Road
BetterPADBetterPAD
Design ideas for a classic entrance in London.
Rollscourt Avenue
Rollscourt Avenue
PJS Building & Maintenance LtdPJS Building & Maintenance Ltd
Design ideas for a traditional entrance in London.
Essex Country House
Essex Country House
Lisette Voute DesignsLisette Voute Designs
Inspiration for a rural entrance in Essex.
Brixton
Brixton
Angel O'DonnellAngel O'Donnell
A bespoke folded metal staircase sweeps up a rich inchyra blue stairwell. The staircase is lit by a strip of LED lighting that is hidden beneath a bespoke charcoal black handrail. Vintage mid-century cocktail chairs have been reupholstered in a bold and brightly patterned Timorous Beasties fabric. A mix of contemporary ceramics and photography fills the walls creating an inviting vignette when people walk through the door.
Bromley: Full House Refurbishment
Bromley: Full House Refurbishment
JMDesignJMDesign
Contemporary hall with custom made bench with hidden shoe storage
Design ideas for a medium sized traditional foyer in London with beige walls, light hardwood flooring and a white front door.

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