5 Entrance Ways with the Knock Out Factor



Nothing beats that first impression when you walk through the front door, the entrance way speaks volumes and sets the tone for the rest of the home. Here are 5 entrance ways with the knock out factor, ones that really pack a one-two punch. One being practical and two being design friendly.


#1 The Perfect Fit.

This shelf is snug as a bug in this enclave. Coordinating boxes and trays on shelving to make use of this entry way nook.


5-entrance-ways-with-the-knock-out-factor2Img: Better Homes and Gardens


#2 The Minimalist.

This simple area is highlighted with one very attractive industrial caged pendant light amongst designer pieces.


escapade-blogImg: Escapade Blog


#3 The Organised.

Store your gloves, scarves and hats out of site and hang straw market totes for easy organisation.


from-vtwonen-styling-marianne-luning-fotografie-marc-van-praag-en-sunna-ra-bijlImg: From vtwonen. Styling Marianne Luning Fotografie Marc van Praag en Sunna-Ra Bijl


#4 The Inventive.

Don’t have an entry way? Never fear, use a screen divider to section it off from that open plan living room. Another possible use for the screen is a vertical garden or a bookcase.


5-entrance-ways-with-the-knock-out-factorImg: Better Homes and Gardens

#5 The Naturalist.

Bring the outdoors in with this floating coat rack, a wire bin and a rustic wine crate for simple, practical storage.


simple-foyer Img: Owl and Shadow

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