4. A floating staircase provides a direct view of the courtyard from inside the front door. “The foyer sets the tone by immediately stopping you with the view,” says architect Michael G. Imber.
5 & 6. Limestone floors and rough-hewn fir beams reclaimed from a 110-year-old barn imbue the foyer with a rich, timeless look.
7. The foyer serves as more than just a point of entry with a cozy reading nook tucked in beneath the staircase. “This is a retreat spot,” says designer Marcus Mohon.
8. Blue trellis fabric on the bench adds a pop of color and pattern to an otherwise neutral space.