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243 idées déco d'entrées avec un mur violet

Hollywood Regency Residence
Hollywood Regency Residence
Inspired Interiors
Exemple d'une entrée chic de taille moyenne avec un vestiaire, un mur violet et un sol en bois clair.
Entry Door
Entry Door
Cast Glass Images Inc.
Cast Glass entry doors add character and absolutely make an impression. The texture and design of this beach wave glass door utilizes our slumped series clear glass. The texture is dramatic provides the level of desired privacy. Featured texture is a custom design, but includes a combination of "Mooncrust", "Sand", and "Perlite" standard textures. Bring the beach to your front door!
Интерьер с историей
Интерьер с историей
Hi home
Инна Каблукова
Cette image montre une porte d'entrée traditionnelle avec un mur violet, une porte simple, une porte en bois foncé et un sol gris.
Park Slope Row House Entry
Park Slope Row House Entry
Ben Herzog
Entry vestibule
Cette image montre un petit vestibule traditionnel avec un mur violet, un sol en carrelage de porcelaine, une porte double, une porte blanche et un sol vert.
Sims Hilditch, Cotswold Manor House
Sims Hilditch, Cotswold Manor House
Sims Hilditch
Polly Eltes
Réalisation d'une grand entrée champêtre avec un mur violet et un sol en calcaire.
Ridgerunner Dr.
Ridgerunner Dr.
Living with Lolo
Interior design scottsdale
Aménagement d'une entrée bord de mer avec un vestiaire, un mur violet et un sol multicolore.
Chelsea Fashion Forward Interior Design
Chelsea Fashion Forward Interior Design
Evelyn Benatar, New York Interior Design
With an elevator that opens right into the apartment, we designed an entry with a custom faux fur bench, eggplant suede wallcovering, and jewel-like sconces. The Abstract art really sets the tone for the rest of the apartment.
Tigertail
Tigertail
Rayna Marz Interiors
Idées déco pour un hall d'entrée classique avec un mur violet, un sol en bois foncé et une porte blanche.
Serene entry hall
Serene entry hall
Kathleen Walsh Interiors, LLC
Photo by Rick Lew Black and White Floor, lilac and silver
Exemple d'un vestibule chic avec un mur violet, un sol en marbre et un sol blanc.
Scottish Castle restoration
Scottish Castle restoration
Malcolm Duffin Design
malcolm duffin design
Cette image montre une entrée traditionnelle avec un mur violet et un couloir.
Victorian Restoration
Victorian Restoration
Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting
Designer Amanda Reid selected Landry & Arcari rugs for this recent Victorian restoration featured on This Old House on PBS. The goal for the project was to bring the home back to its original Victorian style after a previous owner removed many classic architectural details. Eric Roth
Entry
Entry
Stig Carlson Architecture
Réalisation d'une entrée design avec un mur violet.
Greenwich CT Residence
Greenwich CT Residence
JDS Designs, Inc.
Idées déco pour un hall d'entrée éclectique avec un mur violet et un sol en bois foncé.
Owls Nest House
Owls Nest House
Period Architecture Ltd.
Don Pearse Photographers
Réalisation d'une grand entrée tradition avec un mur violet, un sol en bois brun, une porte simple et une porte violette.
Golden Way Los Altos
Golden Way Los Altos
Changras & Frey Construction Inc.
This mudroom was tight on space. The open shelves made room for two rows of storage baskets. The coat hooks and name tags gave a place to hang coats and backpacks. Photo by Teresa Giovanzana Photography
This Old House - Belmont Victorian
This Old House - Belmont Victorian
MANDARINA STUDIO interior design
Eric Roth Photography
Cette image montre un hall d'entrée victorien avec un mur violet, un sol en bois brun, une porte simple et une porte en bois foncé.
Chicago Penthouse by Expressive Interiors
Chicago Penthouse by Expressive Interiors
Expressive Interiors by Marietta Calas
Photo by: Norman Sizemore
Inspiration pour un grand hall d'entrée design avec un mur violet, un sol en bois brun, une porte double et une porte en bois foncé.
Beautiful Whole House Remodel - Glen Ellyn, IL
Beautiful Whole House Remodel - Glen Ellyn, IL
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
  Free ebook, Creating the Ideal Kitchen. DOWNLOAD NOW   The Klimala’s and their three kids are no strangers to moving, this being their fifth house in the same town over the 20-year period they have lived there. “It must be the 7-year itch, because every seven years, we seem to find ourselves antsy for a new project or a new environment. I think part of it is being a designer, I see my own taste evolve and I want my environment to reflect that. Having easy access to wonderful tradesmen and a knowledge of the process makes it that much easier”. This time, Klimala’s fell in love with a somewhat unlikely candidate. The 1950’s ranch turned cape cod was a bit of a mutt, but it’s location 5 minutes from their design studio and backing up to the high school where their kids can roll out of bed and walk to school, coupled with the charm of its location on a private road and lush landscaping made it an appealing choice for them. “The bones of the house were really charming. It was typical 1,500 square foot ranch that at some point someone added a second floor to. Its sloped roofline and dormered bedrooms gave it some charm.” With the help of architect Maureen McHugh, Klimala’s gutted and reworked the layout to make the house work for them. An open concept kitchen and dining room allows for more frequent casual family dinners and dinner parties that linger. A dingy 3-season room off the back of the original house was insulated, given a vaulted ceiling with skylights and now opens up to the kitchen. This room now houses an 8’ raw edge white oak dining table and functions as an informal dining room. “One of the challenges with these mid-century homes is the 8’ ceilings. I had to have at least one room that had a higher ceiling so that’s how we did it” states Klimala. The kitchen features a 10’ island which houses a 5’0” Galley Sink. The Galley features two faucets, and double tiered rail system to which accessories such as cutting boards and stainless steel bowls can be added for ease of cooking. Across from the large sink is an induction cooktop. “My two teen daughters and I enjoy cooking, and the Galley and induction cooktop make it so easy.” A wall of tall cabinets features a full size refrigerator, freezer, double oven and built in coffeemaker. The area on the opposite end of the kitchen features a pantry with mirrored glass doors and a beverage center below. The rest of the first floor features an entry way, a living room with views to the front yard’s lush landscaping, a family room where the family hangs out to watch TV, a back entry from the garage with a laundry room and mudroom area, one of the home’s four bedrooms and a full bath. There is a double sided fireplace between the family room and living room. The home features pops of color from the living room’s peach grass cloth to purple painted wall in the family room. “I’m definitely a traditionalist at heart but because of the home’s Midcentury roots, I wanted to incorporate some of those elements into the furniture, lighting and accessories which also ended up being really fun. We are not formal people so I wanted a house that my kids would enjoy, have their friends over and feel comfortable.” The second floor houses the master bedroom suite, two of the kids’ bedrooms and a back room nicknamed “the library” because it has turned into a quiet get away area where the girls can study or take a break from the rest of the family. The area was originally unfinished attic, and because the home was short on closet space, this Jack and Jill area off the girls’ bedrooms houses two large walk-in closets and a small sitting area with a makeup vanity. “The girls really wanted to keep the exposed brick of the fireplace that runs up the through the space, so that’s what we did, and I think they feel like they are in their own little loft space in the city when they are up there” says Klimala. Designed by: Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD Photography by: Carlos Vergara For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
Cozy Chat Area and Entrance
Cozy Chat Area and Entrance
Zajac Interiors, LLC
Entrance area adjacent to cozy sitting area. Zajac Interiors, LLC
Inspiration pour un petit hall d'entrée minimaliste avec un mur violet et un sol en bois brun.
mix with vintage
mix with vintage
Ample DESIGN
Designed by Louis Lau
Inspiration pour une entrée design avec un mur violet et un sol en bois clair.
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