More than an access point, entrance halls offer visitors a first impression of the home. Whether grand black and white marble-clad or warm-hued and flooded with natural light, the entry gives visitors a peek at what’s to come. The artwork, the lighting, the colors and furnishings all preview the delights that await inside.
The entrance hall at the DeLoache residence, by Robert A.M. Stern, sets a striking tone for newcomers.
The entrance at Athens Farm gives a preview of warmth and comfort to be found within. (Complete with friendly face to greet your arrival.)
The Beverly Residence, designed by Larry E. Boerder, with interiors by Laura Lee Clark shows off exquisite attention to detail, from the focal point table to the ornate ceiling.
Turtle Creek, by Welch Architecture, with interiors by Cadwallader Design is fresh and airy, with warm wide steps that pull you in.
The entrance hall at the Holloway project, by Peter Marino, Architect, gives a preview of the owners’ fabulous art collection and the sumptuous details you’ll encounter within.