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The foyer in interior designer Kim Brockinton’s home features antique iron railings, terra cotta tiles salvaged from a barn in France and a Louis XVI-style chest, which Brockinton “found at a little shop in Versailles on a Sunday afternoon,” during a trip abroad.

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Black and white tile pops in this small, narrow entry

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I want this tile for my entry foyer. .. love it !!

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I am loving this foyer flooring. Tile and wood? It is beautiful. Cool transition from one material to the next.

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O. J. and Gary Shansby enlisted Andrew Skurman Architects and decorator Suzanne Tucker of Tucker & Marks to transform their San Francisco apartment in a neoclassical style reflective of its Beaux Arts building. Tiled with Belgian marble, the foyer floor makes a dramatic statement; the George III mirrors and demilune tables are all from Kentshire Galleries.

not sure if this was a foyer, but I love the idea of a fireplace being near an entry... very inviting. love the tile, white walls, dark ceiling mixture.

wonderful, inviting entryway. I like the white soothing colors, natural light from the French doors and the black and white tiled floor (of which I would love to have someday in my own foyer!)

This foyer acts as the main hub of the home as all rooms branch off from here. Stairs lead to the dining and kitchen areas as well as the living and family rooms. The stone tiles define the space with an inlay river rock border. The long window that runs above the width of the doors lets in additional light and adds height to this main point of entry.

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