Your home’s entryway is the first thing that people will see when they step inside your house. And of course, we all want a lasting impression and a constant sight for sore eyes.
Regardless if it’s a tiny home with a nook or a grand house, it’s essential to create a stunning foyer.
Here are some entryway designs that you might want to try:
Use Bold Colors
Gone are the days of boring entryways. Choose some bright, bold colors for your entryway so it can brighten up your day!
Greet Your Guests with Your Pet’s Portrait
Pet lovers are loving this idea. You can have your pet’s portrait commissioned by an amazing artist and hang it in the entryway so it’s the first thing your guests will see when they visit.
How About Some Animal Prints?
A lot of designers are using animal print rugs and runners for their stairs. It looks dashing and can easily hide muddy footprints and spills.
Go for Some Smart Storage
Living in a tiny apartment? Make the most out of your every inch by creating some smart storages. Find a way to hide all those clutters!
Use Glass Panels
If you want to create a stunning entryway that never goes out of style, go for glass panels. These are awesome in letting the light in and making your space look spacious and bright.
Don’t Be Afraid to Go for Natural Textures
If you want to step it up and bring it to another level, why not go for natural textures? You can use materials like sisal to cover your wall.
Flaunt a Statement Rug
Show some personality by choosing a statement rug and putting it in your entryway. Your guests will surely be intrigued and your rug might make it to your dinner conversation.
Aim for that Tropical Look
Depending on your design preferences, you might want to go with a classic banana-leaf motif and get that instant Luau feel.
Floor to Ceiling Pattern
If you want to style your low-ceiling entryway, try a floor to ceiling pattern to get that awesome look. And while you’re on it - add in some round mirrors, too.
Wow Them With Wood
For that cabin-like look and feel, always go with dark wood tones.
These are just some ideas that you can try in your entryway. Of course, you can always be creative and try something that will match your overall design.
What’s your favorite?
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