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FOYERS & ENTRYWAYS

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foyers and entryways

 

Today we’re giving our favorite, yet oft neglected, ancillary spaces a little overdue lovin’. Because while entryways and foyers function much more as go-betweens than actual destinations… they are no less important in function and fashion than their more popular counterparts. So whether your main entry is vast and expansive or itty bitty tiny… remember it’s the first impression your interior makes. If that doesn’t call for some love, I don’t know what does…

 

foyers and entryways

 

Classic modern furnishings mix with antiques in this Toorack, Australia residence designed by David Hicks.

 

foyers and entryways

 

A gorgeously eclectic entryway in the Paris home of designers Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier. Photo © Sisters Agency / Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer.

 

foyers and entryways

 

Foyer in a 1920s Atlanta home redesigned by Barbara Hill. Photo by Gregory Miller via Dwell.

 

foyers and entryways

 

A bold runner makes a first impression in the home of designer Alejandra Redo. Photo by Simon Upton via Elle Decor.

 

foyers and entryways

 

Graphic flooring marks the entryway to a Neuilly apartment designed by Joseph Dirand.

 

Steven Volpe Entryway Design

 

Foyer design by Steven Volpe. Photo by David Duncan Livingston via AD.

 

foyers and entryways

 

A foyer / library in a Manhattan townhouse. Renovation by Annabelle Selldorf, decoration by Francis D’Haene of D’Apostrophe Design. Photo via AD.

 

foyers and entryways

 

A functional focal point created by a vintage settee in Pandros Gold fabric by Calico.

 

foyers and entryways

 

Foyer in a St. Germain, Paris apartment designed by Damien Langlois-Meurinne.

 

foyers and entryways

 

An entryway complete with Apparatus Studio’s fantastic Bowl Sconces. Design by by Joanna Jones. Photo by Travis Mark via Domaine.

 

foyers and entryways

 

And we close with this fab moment, because sometimes, all you need is one amazing Rudolf Stingel installation. Photo by Gaelle Le Boulicaut via Lonny.

 

 

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