Entrance with a White Front Door Ideas and Designs

Country Home, Gloucestershire
Country Home, Gloucestershire
Justin Van Breda LondonJustin Van Breda London
Photo of a farmhouse foyer in Gloucestershire with beige walls, dark hardwood flooring, a single front door, a white front door and brown floors.
Coats and Cubbies
Coats and Cubbies
Crisp ArchitectsCrisp Architects
Rob Karosis
Farmhouse boot room in New York with beige walls, a single front door, a white front door and feature lighting.
Fixer Upper-Inspired Modern Farmhouse
Fixer Upper-Inspired Modern Farmhouse
Cypress Homes, Inc.Cypress Homes, Inc.
This entry way is truly luxurious with a charming locker system with drawers below and cubbies over head, the catch all with a cabinet and drawer (so keys and things will always have a home), and the herringbone installed tile on the floor make this space super convenient for families on the go with all your belongings right where you need them.
Foyers, Hallways & Mudrooms
Foyers, Hallways & Mudrooms
Clean DesignClean Design
Regan Wood Photography
Inspiration for a classic boot room in New York with beige walls, a single front door, a white front door and white floors.
19th Street
19th Street
UserUser
New custom beach home in the Golden Hills of Hermosa Beach, California, melding a modern sensibility in concept, plan and flow w/ traditional design aesthetic elements and detailing.
Admiral's House
Admiral's House
Meyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and InteriorsMeyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and Interiors
This stately Georgian home in West Newton Hill, Massachusetts was originally built in 1917 for John W. Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of War. The home’s original architectural details include an elaborate 15-inch deep dentil soffit at the eaves, decorative leaded glass windows, custom marble windowsills, and a beautiful Monson slate roof. Although the owners loved the character of the original home, its formal layout did not suit the family’s lifestyle. The owners charged Meyer & Meyer with complete renovation of the home’s interior, including the design of two sympathetic additions. The first includes an office on the first floor with master bath above. The second and larger addition houses a family room, playroom, mudroom, and a three-car garage off of a new side entry. Front exterior by Sam Gray. All others by Richard Mandelkorn.
Old Irving Park Kitchen Remodel
Old Irving Park Kitchen Remodel
TKS Design GroupTKS Design Group
Download our free ebook, Creating the Ideal Kitchen. DOWNLOAD NOW For many, extra time at home during COVID left them wanting more from their homes. Whether you realized the shortcomings of your space or simply wanted to combat boredom, a well-designed and functional home was no longer a want, it became a need. Tina found herself wanting more from her Old Irving Park home and reached out to The Kitchen Studio about adding function to her kitchen to make the most of the available real estate. At the end of the day, there is nothing better than returning home to a bright and happy space you love. And this kitchen wasn’t that for Tina. Dark and dated, with a palette from the past and features that didn’t make the most of the available square footage, this remodel required vision and a fresh approach to the space. Lead designer, Stephanie Cole’s main design goal was better flow, while adding greater functionality with organized storage, accessible open shelving, and an overall sense of cohesion with the adjoining family room. The original kitchen featured a large pizza oven, which was rarely used, yet its footprint limited storage space. The nearby pantry had become a catch-all, lacking the organization needed in the home. The initial plan was to keep the pizza oven, but eventually Tina realized she preferred the design possibilities that came from removing this cumbersome feature, with the goal of adding function throughout the upgraded and elevated space. Eliminating the pantry added square footage and length to the kitchen for greater function and more storage. This redesigned space reflects how she lives and uses her home, as well as her love for entertaining. The kitchen features a classic, clean, and timeless palette. White cabinetry, with brass and bronze finishes, contrasts with rich wood flooring, and lets the large, deep blue island in Woodland’s custom color Harbor – a neutral, yet statement color – draw your eye. The kitchen was the main priority. In addition to updating and elevating this space, Tina wanted to maximize what her home had to offer. From moving the location of the patio door and eliminating a window to removing an existing closet in the mudroom and the cluttered pantry, the kitchen footprint grew. Once the floorplan was set, it was time to bring cohesion to her home, creating connection between the kitchen and surrounding spaces. The color palette carries into the mudroom, where we added beautiful new cabinetry, practical bench seating, and accessible hooks, perfect for guests and everyday living. The nearby bar continues the aesthetic, with stunning Carrara marble subway tile, hints of brass and bronze, and a design that further captures the vibe of the kitchen. Every home has its unique design challenges. But with a fresh perspective and a bit of creativity, there is always a way to give the client exactly what they want [and need]. In this particular kitchen, the existing soffits and high slanted ceilings added a layer of complexity to the lighting layout and upper perimeter cabinets. While a space needs to look good, it also needs to function well. This meant making the most of the height of the room and accounting for the varied ceiling features, while also giving Tina everything she wanted and more. Pendants and task lighting paired with an abundance of natural light amplify the bright aesthetic. The cabinetry layout and design compliments the soffits with subtle profile details that bring everything together. The tile selections add visual interest, drawing the eye to the focal area above the range. Glass-doored cabinets further customize the space and give the illusion of even more height within the room. While her family may be grown and out of the house, Tina was focused on adding function without sacrificing a stunning aesthetic and dreamy finishes that make the kitchen the gathering place of any home. It was time to love her kitchen again, and if you’re wondering what she loves most, it’s the niche with glass door cabinetry and open shelving for display paired with the marble mosaic backsplash over the range and complimenting hood. Each of these features is a stunning point of interest within the kitchen – both brag-worthy additions to a perimeter layout that previously felt limited and lacking. Whether your remodel is the result of special needs in your home or simply the excitement of focusing your energy on creating a fun new aesthetic, we are here for it. We love a good challenge because there is always a way to make a space better – adding function and beauty simultaneously.
Hopkins Whole House Renovation
Hopkins Whole House Renovation
Revolution Design and BuildRevolution Design and Build
Design ideas for a large classic boot room in Minneapolis with a single front door, a white front door and grey floors.
Memorial - Kitchen Remodel
Memorial - Kitchen Remodel
Edwards Interiors and Design, LLCEdwards Interiors and Design, LLC
This is an example of a large traditional boot room in Houston with white walls, a single front door, a white front door and multi-coloured floors.
Westchester Traditional
Westchester Traditional
ChangoChango
Architecture, Interior Design, Custom Furniture Design & Art Curation by Chango & Co.
Design ideas for a large traditional foyer in New York with white walls, light hardwood flooring, a single front door, a white front door and brown floors.
Rénovation d'une maison classée à Nogent-sur-Marne
Rénovation d'une maison classée à Nogent-sur-Marne
Atelier DevergneAtelier Devergne
Rénovation complète d'une entrée avec pose de carreaux de ciment, peintre de l'escalier d'origine en noir avec marches en bois, pose d'un décor mural en papier peint et création d'une verrière permettant d'ouvrir l'espace et d'apporter de la luminosité tout en laissant une cloison. Réalisation Atelier Devergne Photo Maryline Krynicki
Down to the studs
Down to the studs
restyle design, llcrestyle design, llc
This ranch was a complete renovation! We took it down to the studs and redesigned the space for this young family. We opened up the main floor to create a large kitchen with two islands and seating for a crowd and a dining nook that looks out on the beautiful front yard. We created two seating areas, one for TV viewing and one for relaxing in front of the bar area. We added a new mudroom with lots of closed storage cabinets, a pantry with a sliding barn door and a powder room for guests. We raised the ceilings by a foot and added beams for definition of the spaces. We gave the whole home a unified feel using lots of white and grey throughout with pops of orange to keep it fun.
Hadley Flush-Mount
Hadley Flush-Mount
HinkleyHinkley
Hinkley Lighting Hadley Flush-Mount 3300CM
Classic entrance in Cleveland with white walls, dark hardwood flooring, a single front door, a white front door, brown floors and feature lighting.
Nestledown Farm
Nestledown Farm
peter c quinn architectpeter c quinn architect
Lauren Rubenstein Photography
Inspiration for a country boot room in Atlanta with white walls, brick flooring, a stable front door, a white front door and red floors.
Hinsley Residence
Hinsley Residence
Alleanza Custom HomesAlleanza Custom Homes
Design ideas for a medium sized traditional boot room in Houston with beige walls, a single front door, brick flooring, a white front door and beige floors.
Mud Room
Mud Room
Meyer DesignMeyer Design
This mud room entry has a great farmhouse addition feel. There's a large walk-in closet, custom lockers for everyone, a nice counter and cabinetry area with a second refrigerator. Meyer Design
Mud Room Organization System Replaces Traditional Closet
Mud Room Organization System Replaces Traditional Closet
UserUser
Keeping track of all the coats, shoes, backpacks and specialty gear for several small children can be an organizational challenge all by itself. Combine that with busy schedules and various activities like ballet lessons, little league, art classes, swim team, soccer and music, and the benefits of a great mud room organization system like this one becomes invaluable. Rather than an enclosed closet, separate cubbies for each family member ensures that everyone has a place to store their coats and backpacks. The look is neat and tidy, but easier than a traditional closet with doors, making it more likely to be used by everyone — including children. Hooks rather than hangers are easier for children and help prevent jackets from being to left on the floor. A shoe shelf beneath each cubby keeps all the footwear in order so that no one ever ends up searching for a missing shoe when they're in a hurry. a drawer above the shoe shelf keeps mittens, gloves and small items handy. A shelf with basket above each coat cubby is great for keys, wallets and small items that might otherwise become lost. The cabinets above hold gear that is out-of-season or infrequently used. An additional shoe cupboard that spans from floor to ceiling offers a place to keep boots and extra shoes. White shaker style cabinet doors with oil rubbed bronze hardware presents a simple, clean appearance to organize the clutter, while bead board panels at the back of the coat cubbies adds a casual, country charm. Designer - Gerry Ayala Photo - Cathy Rabeler
102 Banyan
102 Banyan
Wittmann Building CorpWittmann Building Corp
Photo of a traditional foyer in Miami with white walls, a double front door and a white front door.
Mud Room
Mud Room
Haver & Skolnick LLC ArchitectsHaver & Skolnick LLC Architects
Custom designed "cubbies" insure that the Mud Room stays neat & tidy. Robert Benson Photography
Large rural boot room in New York with grey walls, a single front door, medium hardwood flooring and a white front door.
Parade of Homes 2013
Parade of Homes 2013
Brighton Homes UtahBrighton Homes Utah
Photo of a traditional hallway in Salt Lake City with white walls, a single front door, a white front door and feature lighting.

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