Foyer

For quite some time, our foyer was a blank canvas, waiting for some infusion of our family’s personality. As you may have noticed, we like to have fun in this house. We also have 3 sparkling, girly girls. I wanted to take these elements of our family into consideration, when designing the first room that people walk into, when entering our home. I also wanted to capture the wonderment and fun that comes with having a lively 5 year old: I wanted some whimsy and texture to capture that movement. Our home is alive with energy & high-pitched laughter! We want people to “get us” the moment they step inside our door. And to feel warm, welcomed, happy, and loved. Because that is really who we are, and what our family is about. I think we hit a home run. Welcome inside!

DW6A1518

DW6A1469-2

DW6A1481-2

DW6A1514

DW6A1478-2

 

DW6A1480-2

DW6A1475-2

DW6A1502

DW6A1525

DW6A1527

DW6A1529

DW6A1535

DW6A1543

Photography: Ray Candelaria

You may also like

2 Comments

  1. I love the use of hard and soft textures and colors, and the very interesting geometric designs. A delightful foyer. A nice welcome to the Candelaria’s home.
    Didn’t know about the ‘Haint Blue” legend. Fascinating. I heard on a recent survey, Charleston, So. Carolina is one of the top destinations in the U.S to visit. I’ll have to check it out someday.

    1. I very highly recommend Charleston! Take a nice carriage ride and enjoy the hosts narrative as he/she takes you around the town, in style. Tremendous history, authentic Lo-Country food, majestic mansions, and timeless charm there. Also, the Charleston architecture and general aesthetic is very distinct and welcoming. It’s one of my favorite places. It leaves you feeling warm and happy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *