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Komfortabele Eingang mit Treppe Ideen und Design

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Elegant EstateElegant Estate
12/12 Architects & Planners12/12 Architects & Planners
This 6,000sf luxurious custom new construction 5-bedroom, 4-bath home combines elements of open-concept design with traditional, formal spaces, as well. Tall windows, large openings to the back yard, and clear views from room to room are abundant throughout. The 2-story entry boasts a gently curving stair, and a full view through openings to the glass-clad family room. The back stair is continuous from the basement to the finished 3rd floor / attic recreation room. The interior is finished with the finest materials and detailing, with crown molding, coffered, tray and barrel vault ceilings, chair rail, arched openings, rounded corners, built-in niches and coves, wide halls, and 12' first floor ceilings with 10' second floor ceilings. It sits at the end of a cul-de-sac in a wooded neighborhood, surrounded by old growth trees. The homeowners, who hail from Texas, believe that bigger is better, and this house was built to match their dreams. The brick - with stone and cast concrete accent elements - runs the full 3-stories of the home, on all sides. A paver driveway and covered patio are included, along with paver retaining wall carved into the hill, creating a secluded back yard play space for their young children. Project photography by Kmieick Imagery.
Foyer in a historic homeFoyer in a historic home
limetreehomestlouislimetreehomestlouis
This historic University City, Missouri home had a foyer larger than most peoples' living rooms! The homeowners wanted to keep the foyer open (as in free of furniture) to be able to play with their beloved pups. Rather than a central entry table, we used an upcycled console table they already owned and placed it against the beautiful, original wood paneling to create a focal point in the space.
Bocksel ResidenceBocksel Residence
Reuben Gross, ArchitectReuben Gross, Architect
Double-high entry foyer
Mittelgroßes Modernes Foyer mit weißer Wandfarbe, braunem Holzboden, Einzeltür, schwarzer Haustür, braunem Boden, gewölbter Decke, Holzdielenwänden und Treppe in New York
End of terrace home transformation in North LondonEnd of terrace home transformation in North London
VORBILD ArchitectureVORBILD Architecture
Kleiner Klassischer Eingang mit Korridor, grauer Wandfarbe, braunem Holzboden, braunem Boden, Holzdielenwänden und Treppe in London
25th25th
Urban CraftsmanUrban Craftsman
Kleines Rustikales Foyer mit grauer Wandfarbe, braunem Holzboden, Einzeltür, brauner Haustür, braunem Boden, vertäfelten Wänden und Treppe in Houston
Front entryFront entry
LPC ProjectsLPC Projects
Front entry way stairs consisting of limestone crazy paving with fine cut riser and treads.
Mittelgroßer Maritimer Eingang mit Treppe in Sydney
Flooring ProjectsFlooring Projects
Kitchen and BathKitchen and Bath
Flooring projects by Kitchen and Bath in different Locations. Entryway part wood, part tile
Mittelgroßes Stilmix Foyer mit Keramikboden, weißem Boden, Wandpaneelen und Treppe in New York
Historic Farmhouse Addition & RenovationHistoric Farmhouse Addition & Renovation
12/12 Architects & Planners12/12 Architects & Planners
Kleiner Landhausstil Eingang mit Korridor, grauer Wandfarbe, Einzeltür, weißer Haustür, braunem Boden, Terrakottaboden, Tapetendecke, Tapetenwänden und Treppe in Chicago
Elegant EstateElegant Estate
12/12 Architects & Planners12/12 Architects & Planners
This 6,000sf luxurious custom new construction 5-bedroom, 4-bath home combines elements of open-concept design with traditional, formal spaces, as well. Tall windows, large openings to the back yard, and clear views from room to room are abundant throughout. The 2-story entry boasts a gently curving stair, and a full view through openings to the glass-clad family room. The back stair is continuous from the basement to the finished 3rd floor / attic recreation room. The interior is finished with the finest materials and detailing, with crown molding, coffered, tray and barrel vault ceilings, chair rail, arched openings, rounded corners, built-in niches and coves, wide halls, and 12' first floor ceilings with 10' second floor ceilings. It sits at the end of a cul-de-sac in a wooded neighborhood, surrounded by old growth trees. The homeowners, who hail from Texas, believe that bigger is better, and this house was built to match their dreams. The brick - with stone and cast concrete accent elements - runs the full 3-stories of the home, on all sides. A paver driveway and covered patio are included, along with paver retaining wall carved into the hill, creating a secluded back yard play space for their young children. Project photography by Kmieick Imagery.
Grange Park HouseGrange Park House
VORBILD ArchitectureVORBILD Architecture
Photo by Chris Snook
Mittelgroßer Klassischer Eingang mit Korridor, weißer Wandfarbe, braunem Holzboden, Einzeltür, brauner Haustür, braunem Boden und Treppe in London
Haus BohnsdorfHaus Bohnsdorf
Müllers BüroMüllers Büro
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Historic Farmhouse Addition & RenovationHistoric Farmhouse Addition & Renovation
12/12 Architects & Planners12/12 Architects & Planners
Kleiner Landhaus Eingang mit Korridor, grauer Wandfarbe, Terrakottaboden, Einzeltür, weißer Haustür, buntem Boden, Tapetendecke, Tapetenwänden und Treppe in Chicago

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