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entrance hall

A large vestibule or hall at the main entryway to a Georgian style home; usually high-ceilinged and well-lighted; commonly subdivided by an elliptical arch into two rooms: a reception hall, and a stair hall that contains an elaborate open-string staircase.
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Working on the new entrance hall not only enabled us to showcase our expertise in a magnificent setting, but also allowed us to make an important additional contribution to Van Gogh's enduring legacy.
The house features an entrance hall, downstairs lavatory, lounge, dining room, dining kitchen, utility room, conservatory, four bedrooms (the master with en-suite bathroom) and family bathroom.
It has a communal entrance hall, private hallway, lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms (one could be used as a dining room) and a bathroom.
Within easy reach of Billingham town centre, the Station Road house features an entrance hall, lounge, open plan dining kitchen, three bedrooms and bathroom with a white suite.
The property, which is situated within walking distance of the town centre, comprises entrance hall, kitchen/dining room, living room, sitting room, bathroom, four double bedrooms and shower room.
A well presented first floor purpose-built retirement apartment featuring private entrance hall, lounge/dining room and modern kitchen plus two good bedrooms.
In the entrance hall, the travertine to the left is flooded with luminance from rooflights, dramatically bringing out the patterns of the fossils and finally falling on a row of classical heads.
Headteacher Phillip John said: "Although having a very positive Ofsted report sometime ago, one of the inspectors commented that our entrance hall would benefit from some kind of symbol reminding visitors of our church based foundation and the ethos of our school.
First, the camera encounters the exterior of the building and the entrance hall, but goes no farther: The entrance to the exhibition spaces has been walled up.
The Entrance Hall at Cliveden was, until 1904, embellished by a pair of Minton encaustic tiled floors.
On the wall of the entrance hall hang cards and photos of dozens of pets loved and lost, with epigraphs from bereaved owners like 'Sam--my best boy waiting in heaven' and 'For Bellamy--our first best hairiest friend.
The Questech Metals floor borders add an accent to any kitchen, bath or entrance hall and can be used as interior wall trims or accents.