So Classic

Huge floor length mirror in an entry way. I have the mirror, need a large entry way.

I love the way these Portuguese tiles create an area rug look at the entryway, and the classic design will never go out of style.

I love the way these cement tiles create an area rug look at the entryway, and the classic design will never go out of style.

An oversized gilded mirror establishes a beautiful display in this foyer - Traditional Home®

Entryway Foyer - An oversized gilded mirror establishes a beautiful display in this foyer - Traditional Home®

Stair runner

I need runners for our stairs to replace beige carpet. Old carpet scraps as a stair runner, what a brilliant idea and so quirky. Would be a great thing to do with old Moroccan rugs.

outer and inner doors in a classy way. Possibly with wall to wall coconut matting in the outer area.

Great entry way.love the console table, the inside entry mirroring the actual entry door. I'd love to open up my ceilings in the entry and living room to accomplish this.

Contemporary Hall by Chantel Elshout Design Consultancy :Note the ceiling and the slimline table / rad cover

Idées pour le couloir: la console Contemporary Hall by Chantel Elshout Design Consultancy :Note the ceiling and the slimline table / rad cover

Farrow and Ball Pigeon...This soft grey green has, according to Farrow and Ball, an unparallelled softness. Modern Country Style: The Best Paint Colours For Small Hallways Click through for details.

**Love love this color- Farrow and Ball Pigeon.This soft grey green has, according to Farrow and Ball, an unparallelled softness. Modern Country Style: The Best Paint Colours For Small Hallways Click through for details.

Lounge with walls in French Gray Estate Eggshell and woodwork in Mahogany Estate Eggshell.

Farrow and Ball 'French gray'. Hallway, grey-green neutral with depth. Lounge with walls in French Gray Estate Eggshell and woodwork in Mahogany Estate Eggshell.

DIY wainscoting. Would love to do this in the entry hall. I may need to rent another husband....mine is not so handy :)

Great diy wainscot instructions using actual panels and not just the wall. fill holes and smooth out all connecting boards all your hard work will look not so great once you paint

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