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Entryway Helpaeg2198203.12.2012 @ 07:22:57 PM

We are remodeling a 1965 split level with a wide entryway and need help with a number of design decisions. It's a blank slate!

* what to do to flank each wall with going up the steps (should we do the same thing on both walls?)
* railing options
* chandelier
* console/chest
* rugs on the landings vs. runners

We've painted the walls a very nice neutral - Glidden Wishes and plan on doing slate floors to replace the broken brick.
Want to make a welcoming entryway to our home! Love the thought of a chinoisserie chest and and pagoda pendant light...red would look lovely with the wall color.

Any inspiration is appreciated!!



Photo gallery?Suzie03.13.2012 @ 07:34:17 PM

We are remodeling a 1965 split level with a wide entryway and need help with a number of design decisions. It's a blank slate!

* what to do to flank each wall with going up the steps (should we do the same thing on both walls?)
* railing options
* chandelier
* console/chest
* rugs on the landings vs. runners

We've painted the walls a very nice neutral - Glidden Wishes and plan on doing slate floors to replace the broken brick.
Want to make a welcoming entryway to our home! Love the thought of a chinoisserie chest and and pagoda pendant light...red would look lovely with the wall color.

Any inspiration is appreciated!!



great options!aeg2198203.17.2012 @ 01:07:18 PM

We are remodeling a 1965 split level with a wide entryway and need help with a number of design decisions. It's a blank slate!

* what to do to flank each wall with going up the steps (should we do the same thing on both walls?)
* railing options
* chandelier
* console/chest
* rugs on the landings vs. runners

We've painted the walls a very nice neutral - Glidden Wishes and plan on doing slate floors to replace the broken brick.
Want to make a welcoming entryway to our home! Love the thought of a chinoisserie chest and and pagoda pendant light...red would look lovely with the wall color.

Any inspiration is appreciated!!