A 17th-century table anchors the entry of a Swedish summer house, and its color is echoed in the custom Shyam Ahuja rug. The walls are painted in a matte finish, but the ceiling is high gloss, to bounce more light into the room. Click through for more foyer decorating ideas.
This designer transformed her one-bedroom apartment on the Upper East Side into a vibrant retreat. She found the gilded Louis XVI mirror at a Paris flea market, and the zebra Louis XV–style bombé chest was discovered on 1stdibs. Click through for more colorful decorating inspiration from Lindsey Coral Harper's New York apartment.
Designer Summer Thornton, who commissioned custom panels and massed blue-and-white porcelain for a Florida home's foyer, says she likes to make a statement in her entryways. Click through for more foyer decorating ideas and designs.
A vintage mirror hangs over a custom console in the entry of a Los Angeles home designed by Betsy Burnham. Instead of runners, Burnham "carpeted" the entry with inlaid mosaic stones by Country Floors. Click through for more foyer decorating ideas and designs.
Nod to your hometown — or a favorite summer vacation spot — with a personalized chart, like this New York home's Shelter Island print. Click through for more summer decorating ideas.
Vanity Fair style chronicler and social fixture Amy Fine Collins' weekend home is a century-old house on Fishers Island, New York, that overlooks a pond where her family swims and sails. Click through for more inspiring summer houses and summer home decor ideas.
Renowned French designer Jacques Grange spends a stretch of each summer on the southwest coast of Portugal in a bungalow that is the essence of simplicity, yet abounds in high style. Click through for more inspiring summer houses and summer home decor ideas.
For world-traveling Tommy Hilfiger executive Trent Wisehart, a house in New Jersey provides a relaxing escape from the stresses of city life and a surprisingly sophisticated setting for his global treasures.Click through for more summer house design ideas.
Updating the floor with a custom-painted checkerboard dramatically changed the entryway's personality.
This classic entryway gets all of the details right, like the color antique rug and custom artwork.
Blues and grays dominate the palette of a Swedish home's foyer.
A 17th-century table anchors the entryway of this Scandinavian house. The walls are painted in a matte finish, but the ceiling is high gloss, to bounce more light into the room.
A 19th-century Cambodian sculpture sets an exotic tone in the foyer of a Spanish Colonial Revival house.
A vintage mirror hangs over a custom console in the entry of a Los Angeles home designed by Betsy Burnham.
Under layers of Sheetrock were pleasingly distressed 18-inch-thick limestone walls.
Entry walls are in California Paints' Volute for contrast.
In the entry, a teak mirror from Antiques & Interiors hangs over a custom Andrew Martin sofa.
To soothe city-frayed nerves, the front door opens to entry walls painted in Benjamin Moore's Palladian Blue.
A Peter Beard photograph hangs in the entry. The felt "boulders" are from VivaTerra, while the Sisal rug is by Stark.
As soon as you enter you'll see a striking mural (a wallcovering that was printed in France) lining the hallway and all the way upstairs.
The entry to Kris Jenner's mansion.
If we had to describe this Victorian in two words, we'd choose "pattern addict."
In designer Benjamin Dhong's house in California's wine country, a surreal print from CB2 greets you in the entryway.