Entrance with Granite Flooring Ideas and Designs
Cummings Architecture + Interiors
This extensive restoration project involved dismantling, moving, and reassembling this historic (c. 1687) First Period home in Ipswich, Massachusetts. We worked closely with the dedicated homeowners and a team of specialist craftsmen – first to assess the situation and devise a strategy for the work, and then on the design of the addition and indoor renovations. As with all our work on historic homes, we took special care to preserve the building’s authenticity while allowing for the integration of modern comforts and amenities. The finished product is a grand and gracious home that is a testament to the investment of everyone involved. Excerpt from Wicked Local Ipswich - Before proceeding with the purchase, Johanne said she and her husband wanted to make sure the house was worth saving. Mathew Cummings, project architect for Cummings Architects, helped the Smith's determine what needed to be done in order to restore the house. Johanne said Cummings was really generous with his time and assisted the Smith's with all the fine details associated with the restoration. Photo Credit: Cynthia August
K. N. Crowder
getting into the lower floor means you've likely come from the pond, the ski hill, snow shoeing etc therefore the inset grill keeps the house clean and tidy up to 25 lbs of dirt a year are removed from these grill pans
Animark Custom Homes
Granite stone steps leading to landing, featuring a gorgeous front door. Photo by Stigan Media
Heerwagen Design Consulting
SDG Architecture, Inc.
Lischkoff Design Planning
Michelle Peek Photography
RAC Advanced Control
Martis Camp Home: Entry Way and Front Door House built with Savant control system, Lutron Homeworks lighting and shading system. Ruckus Wireless access points. Surgex power protection. In-wall iPads control points. Remote cameras. Climate control: temperature and humidity.
Main entry with custom pivot door, art gallery, lit staircase, and open-plan living.
Kelly & Stone Architects
Roger Wade Studio
China Furniture and Arts
The natural wood grains of this Chinese Ming style console table and chair are warm and inviting, which are perfect for an entryway. The classic look of blue and white porcelain (garden stool and foo dog figurines) make a perfect accent adding a splash of color.
Elaine McKendry Architect
Elaine McKendry Architect
Photo by 近代フォートスタジオ
Courtney Thomas Design
Our La Cañada studio juxtaposed the historic architecture of this home with contemporary, Spanish-style interiors. It features a contrasting palette of warm and cool colors, printed tilework, spacious layouts, high ceilings, metal accents, and lots of space to bond with family and entertain friends. --- Project designed by Courtney Thomas Design in La Cañada. Serving Pasadena, Glendale, Monrovia, San Marino, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena, and Altadena. For more about Courtney Thomas Design, click here: https://www.courtneythomasdesign.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://www.courtneythomasdesign.com/portfolio/contemporary-spanish-style-interiors-la-canada/
A flat arch, double dark wood front door with decorative wrought iron adorning the glass panels. Product Number: WI 6014a