Your home’s front entryway should have some life just as any other part of the house. It should be well-decorated to welcome guests with a pleasant view. In this guide, you’ll find useful tips to help you with the arrangements. Maybe a little touch here and there would do the trick. Read on.
Get Creative with the Décor around the Area
Your decorative ideas could get you praises if you implement them well. Just imagine a visitor coming into the area, and paying you compliments for a job well done. Whatever the case may be, we’ve got you covered in the other tips.
For now; think about wallpapers, exquisite lighting, potted plants, narrow standing shelves, throw pillows, carpet runners, bright colors for the walls, and so on. A rug can also be used to decorate the floor in a special way. Easy-to-clean rugs with deep colors would suit high-traffic areas.
Choose Suitable Furniture Pieces that Create Depth
When it comes to furniture pieces, simplicity should be your watchword for this area of the house. You can push your creativity further in other aspects, of course. Simple furniture picks can still make the view look chic if you chose the right combination of pieces.
Ensure that the positioning of each piece isn’t a movement hazard to anybody (e.g. tripping and collision). Furniture ideas include mirrors, tables, large door mats, carpet runners, etc.
Displaying Art is always a Good Idea
OK, maybe not always. Nonetheless, art isn’t generally bad, right?
You can turn the walls flanking the entrance door into a mini gallery with large paintings on either side. Another option is to use small-sized pieces—with four or three placed on either side. Maybe a nice deep-colored tufted bench can be placed below the pieces to enhance the view. It would be useful for sitting, getting a closer look at the art, and tossing bags or outer clothing, of course.
A Touch of Nature Isn’t Bad
Think potted plants or vase plants. It can never be a wrong move to give the area a touch of nature, unless you do it wrong. Place these objects at the perfect spots and step back to admire the enhanced view.
Wallpaper instead of a Painted Wall for Uniqueness
The walls of the rest of the house might be painted, but you can let the entryway be unique. It’s a good alternative to implement when you can’t afford to fill the area with much furniture or décor.
You can even think of storage ideas for your entryway. Try using any small stretch of wall by mounting shelves (floating types) on them. A nearby upholstered chair would help to give the space some depth. You can always use this spot for relaxation—maybe to do some reading, knitting, thinking, or simply resting.…