The foyer. The grand entrance to to any home. Why would you not want to make an impression from the moment your guest walks in your home?
Its tough to decide on a budget for your foyer as it all depends on the space your designating to it. Personally I feel the more space you can afford to give to the foyer the better. As well as being the crown to your beautiful home it also adds a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ feeling when you walk into your home.
In my personal opinion if you are needing space for coats, shoes, umbrellas etc then make a separate space for this. ( see storage solutions, mud rooms, lockers. ). You want to achieve a clean, spacious, light but grand entrance which makes you stop… just for a second to take in its beauty. Enjoy our collection.This design by Blue water Home Builders uses the sweeping wooden stair case makes use of great colours to highlight the bannister rails and the central walk way. The stair runner adds warms and softens your steps on the wooden stairs. White walls brings a clean, open space. Susan E. Brown Interior Design brings a light & airy feel with this design. Using white marble floor tiles, cream carpets with a black bespoke cast iron stair rails. The surounding walls are white with gold coloured decorations which emulate the bannister and the hanging light. Dark wooden floors add to this illusion. Michael Del Piero Good Design has used a deep sunk design into the ceiling to add an amazing unique grandness to this creation. This is continued over the walls. The solid dark wooden furniture bring a grounding to this inception. Every feature, every item plays a part in this design. Handman Associates have crafted this to the finest detail. The cream sofa under the stairs with its leather top which matches the stand for what looks like the first ever wheel! The stairs is a magnificent piece of art. Its sweeping design and solid polished wooden steps together with the beautifully crafted cast iron rails make this one of the most majestic creations I’ve seen. A slightly more traditional approach to the foyer. This solid wooden stair case continues the polished hall way floor up to the first floor. Renaissance South Construction Co have focused the thick dark patterned wooden stanchions to bleed Victorian era. The white walls open up the room making what could be a dark room due to its size, a very light spacious one.