I don't know about your entryway, but the space can end up a dumping ground for mail, jackets, shoes and dog leashes. Unfortunately, it's the first thing someone sees when they come into your home. Entryways can be an afterthought, especially if yours isn't technically its own room. But there are easy changes that can make your entry beautiful.
Start with the door. This chevron wood beauty adds a relaxed California vibe before you even set foot inside. Wouldn't you love to come home to this every day?
Or just add a coat of paint.
Moving inside, why not add a bold wallpaper?
Painting the trim black and adding moulding and millwork lends an air of sophistication.
Or maybe you have room for a little area where you can sit and put your shoes on before rushing out the door.
Don't overlook your entryway area when making changes to your home. It's an easy place to make an impact. Think of it as making a good first impression on visitors to your home, whether it's family, friends, your mailman or the occasional Girl Scout selling cookies. Plus, it'll make you smile every time you come and go.
Jessica Lipscomb for Walter Price Design Build