Gerald Anderson. Living Room. July 16th , 2016.
Many homes have an official mud room while others have the most basic entryway. Either way, this space is the first thing your guests see when they visit your home. It is important to make a good first perception. It is very easy to ignore the entryway décor as there is usually so little space to play with. But you can motionless be innovative. Here be some ideas to make the entryway feel loved, just like the rest of the house.
Whenever we talk about entryway ideas, we need to think about storage. This is where you will remain your shoes, your coats and the umbrellas in times of rain. All these threaten to lend a very messy look to the entryway. The best option of course is to have cupboards and cabinets to stow away the items. They are easy to maintain and you can keep your clutter from the glaring eyes of the guests. However, if you have childs, hooks and shelves work better as kids are more probable to use those. You can also consider mudroom bench plans. This not only gives you a place to sit and take off your shoes with ease, but also adds to the storage space. Go for the benches with a cushioned seat and covered cabinets below; they look more elegant.
A lot of people keep their entryway décor very clinical so it has no connection to the living room décor. You should not clutter the little space you have with unwanted items as the simplest things can help you connect the entryway with the rest of the house. One good way is to have a runner that runs onto the living room. If you feel maintaining a rug like runner is too difficult, you can simply paint the floor in the design of a runner. Another way is place a series of framed photographs that starts at the entryway hall and continues till the living room. Your guests can travel from the entryway to the living room, simply by browsing images.
When designing the entryway décor you need to remain both the aesthetics and the practicality in mind.
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