The Front Entry: How Do We Welcome People?

The holidays are on the way, and with them comes a busy season of entertaining and visiting friends and family. The front entry of a home seems to take on much more importance during this time of year, becoming a beacon to guests on dark winter nights, as anyone who has ever rushed through the cold to the welcome warmth and light of a friend’s front door can attest. The question of how to welcome guests got us thinking about some of the entries we’ve created at Leslie Saul & Associates.

Traditional front entry area in Weston, MA residence.

A classical round portico provides an elegant welcome to guests of  a residence in Cambridge.

The long, covered porch of a home in Weston is the perfect lounging spot for lazy summer days, but also provides a welcome shelter to visitors coming in from the snow.

The traditional front entry hall of the Brookline residence features a striking staircase, cozy alcove, and intricate paneling and moulding.

This Garrison Colonial home in Sudbury, had so much potential. We completed the renovation and were able to create a welcoming entry hall featuring a stately staircase.

The entry hall of this Boston condo greets visitors with a warm, minimalistic ambiance.

We renovated this Tudor home, with phenomenal results.

The entry is your chance to make a first impression on visitors- but what kind of impression are you making?  Whether you are renovating a historic home or creating something entirely new, Leslie Saul & Associates can help you bring your vision to life with world-class architectural and interior design services, to create an entry hall that sets the stage for the rest of your home. Contact us today for help with your next Boston home design project!

 

 

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