A couple of days ago I shared photos of my entryway. Now I want to share some inspirational pictures of other entries with you. With the massive use of Pinterest, finding new eye candy that everyone hasn’t seen a zillion times can be difficult. You have probably seen most of these (and probably pinned many of them!) but that will just reaffirm that we have great taste! Hope you enjoy.I adore the work of Melanie Davis. This was a feature post on the Red Clay Soul blog. I am sure it is the plank walls, the beautiful wood floors, the transferware, the trim on the baseboards, oh and the light from the window and door that appeal to me. Enough said (but I am not a big fan of antlers…sorry.) Another one from Melanie Davis. The simplicity of the space, the plank walls (again), and the transom steal my heart. This whole house featured in Garden and Gun would make me very happy to live in. This one of Jamie McPherson’s entryway from a Southern Living piece is a little more formal and a little warmer. That door and transom combination is gorgeous.
I like this entryway by Nancy Warren for an article in Atlanta Homes Magazine because of the mix of items in the display on the wall – especially the bird prints. Click on the link, and you should take a look at the entire house. It’s pretty neat.
This home in Cashiers, NC is rustic and beautifully done by Phoebe Howard. A staircase with windows is something I have always wanted (but sadly, never had.)
If you have an enormous entry space, let Amelia Handegan decorate it for you like she did for this house in Charleston, South Carolina (featured in Southern Accents.) The collection of old pieces she chose for this hallway is wonderful.
Getting back to reality now…let’s look at some that are a little more casual (and more livable for me.) Wouldn’t you like to have that green bench from this entryway done by Urban Grace and featured in Southern Living? (Oh, and I am just now noticing there are more planks on the walls here too….goodness.)
Linda Banks does “New England nautical” so wonderfully. This little entry looks very inviting and makes me want to go back to Maine.
This foyer was my all time favorite one when I was decorating our home with nautical accents. It is from one of the early Coastal Living Idea Houses..this one in Habersham, S.C. I just loved seeing those windows on the stair landing as you came in the door. It is available as a Southern Living house plan if you care to build it!
And last, but not least, I must include my favorite that has been on soooooo many Pinterest boards and a million blogs…Sarah Richardson’s country house “come in the door” space. Like everyone else, I covet those red doors.
I hope you enjoyed seeing some of these entryways today. Do you have a favorite among them, or do you have a favorite elsewhere that you could share with me?
I would love to take a peek!