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Foyers I'm Lovin!

Hi All, and happy Wednesday. There has been a lot of hustle and bustle going on around these parts. And I have several projects going on at once. But the good news is the Foyer is almost finished. And I am excited about the reveal, as well as, checking this project off my to do list. Last weekend I took the liberty of searching the web again for more foyer ideas, and boy oh boy did I hit the jackpot. So while you are waiting for the reveal I decided to share some of the pics that caught my eye. I think these foyers are absolutely AMAZING! Enjoy!
 
Yellow, black, and white in this classic tropical fantasy. Just the right balance of Dorothy Draper style drama and Wasp-y restraint.: Yellow, black, and white in this classic tropical fantasy. Just the right balance of Dorothy Draper style drama and Wasp-y restraint.
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Palm Beach tropical entry. JMA Interior Decoration.: Palm Beach tropical entry. JMA Interior Decoration.
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LeBron James is hoping to sell his tropical Biscayne: LeBron James is hoping to sell his tropical Biscayne
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#Safari Destination Decor Inspiration// Foyer: #Safari Destination Decor Inspiration// Foyer
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The dog figure is such a great addition and they seemed to do this colorful tropical room without looking tacky. I think it would only work for Florida though, lucky I live here! lol: The dog figure is such a great addition and they seemed to do this colorful tropical room without looking tacky. I think it would only work for Florida though, lucky I live here! lol
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So was I right about how amazing these foyers were are what?  Have you decorated your foyer lately?
 
 
Thanks for stopping by!
 
Lory
 
 
 


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  1. Nice, these are beautiful Lory.

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  2. Can't wait for the big reveal!

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    1. The aqua foyer is one of my faves. Can you imagine being greeted by it on a daily basis? All I can is "WOW" and hats off to the designers!

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  4. Oh, the barrel ceiling…stunning! Happy Thursday!

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  5. Lory, I love all the examples you've shown here! Can't wait to see what you did! I recently switched things up in my foyer too. I might post sometime next week. Happy Thursday!

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    1. Thanks Stacey, looking forward to seeing your foyer redo! Have a GREAT weekend!

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