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ARCHITECT: BILL INGRAM  PHOTO: LAUREY GLENN  GALAPAGOS GREEN 475 in a high gloss finish. (actual color)

20 Breathtakingly Gorgeous Ceiling Paint Colors and One That Isn’t

Country House — Bill Ingram Architect | French doors all around wrapped by full length operable shutters. BellaRusticaDesign.com BellaRusticaDesign.com

Country House — Bill Ingram Architect | French doors all around wrapped by full length operable shutters. BellaRusticaDesign.com BellaRusticaDesign.com

Although the overall look and feel is traditional, Bill included a few minimalist elements for impact. "The foyer's stairs and bridge are modern in their structural honesty," says Bill. The graphic staircase adds a sculptural wow factor right inside the front door. He coated the wood-clad walls and exterior trim in glossy white paint (Benjamin Moore's Creamy White) to contrast with the rustic stone.

Our Most Fabulous Foyers

Although the overall look and feel is traditional, Bill included a few minimalist elements for impact. "The foyer's stairs and bridge are modern in their structural honesty," says Bill. The graphic staircase adds a sculptural wow factor right inside the front door. He coated the wood-clad walls and exterior trim in glossy white paint (Benjamin Moore's Creamy White) to contrast with the rustic stone.

"It's very calming to walk into a room that's been dipped in one color," architect Bill Ingram says ... - Sylvia Martin

12 Fresh Summer Paint Colors That Feel Like a Tropical Vacation

The Front Doors and windows align for cross ventilation, a standard feature of turn-of-the-century structures before the advent of air-conditioning. Architect Bill Ingram and the contractor worked with salvaged materials, made windows the old-fashioned way (by securing the glass panes with putty), and selected a tin roof, another nod to age-old building practices.

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The Front Doors and windows align for cross ventilation, a standard feature of turn-of-the-century structures before the advent of air-conditioning. Architect Bill Ingram and the contractor worked with salvaged materials, made windows the old-fashioned way (by securing the glass panes with putty), and selected a tin roof, another nod to age-old building practices.

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