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  • A COZY FOYER TO WELCOME YOU!!!  DO COME IN AND STAY AWHILE!, This is our entry foyer. It is open yet cozy with a spiral staircase.I plan on adding a "glaze" to one or two walls. I am planning to use a Ralph Lauren glaze called "Donegal" which has a golden/brown base.What do you guys think?, Living Rooms Design


    11 photos, 7,105 Views, Flag

  • Faux Finishing - an inventive Apt Living Room Foyer, A treasured acquisition rescued from demolition becomes a vestibule., Living Rooms Design

    Faux Finishing - an in...

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  • Historic Harris House Foyer, This is from the Foyer looking up the stairs.  The Living Room is on the right, with the Library behind it.  The Dining Room is on the near left.  The Kitchen is right behind that, on the left also.  The Breakfast Room is straight ahead.  

The central Foyer is a room with multicolored wallpaper in an oriental design, featuring small parrots and pineapples.  The floors here, and throughout the house rooms are oak.  There are two Persian carpets on the floor.  This room also features top and bottom frame moldings.  (Molding attached to the walls in frame shapes to accentuate the lines of the room.)  before you (on the right) is a wide staircase, and to the left, a more narrow hall, leading to the rear of the house.  The chandeliers and sconces in this room, and in all the other rooms downstairs, are original to the house.  They have been re-plated in brass, and many of the globes and prisms have been replaced.  They were originally made to produce light from both gas and electricity.  The gas lines are still inside the walls.  There are 57 globes and 424 prisms in the first floor light fixtures.  
, Other Spaces Design

    Historic Harris House...

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  • Foyer Hallway, Other Spaces Design

    Foyer Hallway

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  • Dining Room/Foyer, Thanks to the comments from fellow RMS'ers, this room is beginning to make sense. Thank you all for your help! I'll keep posting as things progress., Dining Rooms Design

    Dining Room/Foyer

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  • FOYER   NEEDS HELP.. not sure where to go from here.  , Entrance from our large front porch.  Cherry funiture purchased at auction. Need those finishing touches . Traditional colonial.  Love golds,greens and reds. Wrought iron accents., Other Spaces Design


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  • Foyer, Entrance from sitting room to Foyer into living room., Other Spaces Design


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  • Summer Foyer, Would you believe much of my inspiration here came from the dollar store?! As I always really don't have to spend a lot to update your home just have to have your eyes open all the time :), Porches Design

    Summer Foyer

    10 photos, 2,259 Views, Flag

  • Homemade Holiday, I enjoy decorating for the holidays more than anything!  I decorate my own wreaths, garland, etc.  If you would like to know how anything was made, just ask.  Please rate my space!  Hope you enjoy! Holiday decorations in the dining room, foyer, stairway, fireplace, mantle living room, windows.  , Holidays Design

    Homemade Holiday

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  • Hallway: Not "Blah" Anymore!, We took a drab hallway with absolutely no character and gave it a simple, but elegant makeover.  , Other Spaces Design

    Hallway: Not "Blah" ...

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  • Budget Shabby Chic Foyer Makeover, When you walk in the front door of a home the first thing you see is the foyer. In my opinion the Foyer of a home sets the mood for the rest of the house, so it's important that your foyer reflects your decor style and sets the tone for how you want your home to feel. I will be the first to say that my foyer is not the most appealing aspect of my house, as it has low ceilings, a gaudy door bell box right in the center of the main wall and is so small that it feels like it's closing in on you. It didn't give a great first impression, that's for sure, so I wanted to brighten up the space to create a warm and inviting feel that welcomed you as you walked through the door. My favorite decorating style is shabby chic, so I decided to give my foyer a shabby chic makeover.

I didn't have a lot of money to spend so with the help of my husband I was able to give my foyer a total transformation for less than $700.

To see the full transformation and cost breakdown checkout the link below:, Other Spaces Design

    Budget Shabby Chic Fo...

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  • My Primified Foyer, My foyer / entry way is also my computer room.I painted everything black to bring all the working area together. , Other Spaces Design

    My Primified Foyer

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  • Downstairs Renovation -kitchen, foyer, dining,living, office, We renovated the entire downstairs.  We ripped out all the floors, installed beautiful hand scrapped bamboo throughout, put up crown molding, new lighting, new paint, entire new kitchen - black leather granite counters, installed chocolate maple cabinets, glass backsplash that pulls all the colors together, added black furniture island with madura gold granite, copper farmhouse sink, lights and furniture as well as taking down the knee wall and making it a breakfast bar, changed the stairways by adding wrought iron spindles and staining the banisters. , Other Spaces Design

    Downstairs Renovation...

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  • 2013 Christmas Elegance (Part 1), Merry Christmas!  Take a tour of our family home located in Atlanta, GA., Holidays Design

    2013 Christmas Elegan...

    9 photos, 1,101 Views, Flag

  • 70's Kitchen Facelift for 21st Century Look, My home was built in the late 70's which included lots of dark wood & cabinets!  The whole space felt tired & dingy.  I wanted to create an open airy & modern space while keeping it warm and inviting.  Large items were removed such as a rod iron 3/4 wall "decorative" spindles in the foyer leading to the kitchen and a large flourescent light fixture in the middle of the kitchen ceiling.  Thanks for stopping by and to those with all your positive feedback!  , Kitchens Design

    70's Kitchen Facelift ...

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  • Foyer, The space gets great sun light.  The previous owners had a traditional front door.  It was replaced with a glass door and side lights that continue the open feeling, Other Spaces Design


    7 photos, 1,812 Views, Flag

  • Fancy Foyer, Modern Simple space, Other Spaces Design

    Fancy Foyer

    9 photos, 663 Views, Flag

  • Foyer, Please tell us what you think, we love your comments!, Other Spaces Design


    8 photos, 309 Views, Flag

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