Continued from Part 1

Define the Space

A good entryway design is generally the one which is clearly defined and is not spilling into adjoining spaces. If you don’t have an entryway or don’t have a clear demarcation between the entryway and your room, a good idea is to understand the amount of space that can be allocated for it. Having a sense of the area you have, however small, it may be will help you plan the things that can be incorporated that space accordingly. Define the space by adding a rug or painting the walls (or using wallpaper).




Entryway area deofned by placing a rug and treating walls differently from the rest of the area

Entryway area defined by placing a rug and treating walls differently from the rest of the area.

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Assemble & Arrange the furniture and accessories

While placing furniture and accessories, keep in mind to not overdo anything. Remember that the entryway is just the beginning/entrance of your house and hence doesn’t need to be a showcase of everything that you own or stuff that couldn’t fit into your space. The entryway sets the mood thus avoid it being cluttered and over accessorized. Start with the functional elements like a shoe rack, seat and then further on to adding decorative features like plants, sculpture, pillows etc. Use items in conjunction with the space available and the function it will serve.

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Find the right balance of function pieces ans accessories.

Find the right balance of function pieces ans accessories.

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