An entryway is probably the most important part of your house, but it’s a normally forgotten space in comparison to bedrooms or living spaces. The first thing that welcomes a person is the entryway, so if this space is bare, it won’t give the welcoming feeling that a home should give. In here we show some one of a kind entryway to make your house more uplifting.
Singer-songwriter Holly Williams’ 1908 Nashville cottage entryway was inspired by her grandmother’s gallery wall. This hallway is full with a mix of family photos and drawings, giving a warm and familiar feeling to everyone who is there.
An antique trunk provides convenience and much-needed storage at the front door while adding a rustic atmosphere to the house.
Instead of giving a traditional entryway bench, why not fill that space with vintage seating? This Texas home invites the guest to sit in original chairs of General Motors auditorium – a shopping score from Detroit.
Classic quilt motifs are still in style. Fill your chairs with pillows featuring geomatric shapes.
If you have an enormous hallway, reinvent the space as, for example, a dining room. Instead of using a huge space as a repository for coats and keys, enjoy a meal in a bright and open room.
A floating pine shelf offers a nice spot for bags, shoes, and mail in your house entrance.
The owners of this entryway in San Francisco updated the original Douglas fir floor with a rich, custom stain. A dress form makes an ideal spot for storing and displaying your favorite coat.
Have a high-low mix in your entryway: a custom tiger-maple table pairs with bargains like simple lamps and artwork scored on eBay or a garage sale.
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