An Entryway With A Bench And Diagonal Shelves Provides A Glimpse Of The Kitchen When You Step Inside This House

September 24, 2020
A custom designed wood entryway with open shelving.

Davey McEathron Architecture designed a house in Austin, Texas, that includes a custom entryway bench with a bookshelf.

The wood-lined niche was created instead of using a solid wall, and as a result, it allows natural light to filter through to the kitchen.

A custom entryway bench that has see-through diagonal wood shelving above.

The diagonal shelves of different sizes provide an artistic detail to the home that’s apparent as soon as someone walks through the front door.

A custom entryway bench that has see-through diagonal wood shelving above.

The wood used in the design of the entryway also complements the wood flooring throughout the interior, as well as the wood cabinetry and floating shelves in the kitchen.

A open wood shelf provides a view of a modern kitchen.

If you’re interested in seeing more photos of this house, we’ve included them below.

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A small sitting area with a sofa at the top of the stairs.
A simple guest bedroom idea, with side tables positioned in front of tall windows.
A modern bathroom with a light blue vanity and cabinets, and a marble countertop.
A modern white bathroom with white tiles and a wood shower floor.
A white bathroom with a freestanding bathtub and shelving niche.
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Photography by Leonis Furmansky and Dave McEathron Architecture | Architect and Interior Design: Davey McEathron Architecture