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A Relaxed Reception

    • Carve Out an Entryway

      If a home’s architecture doesn’t include an obvious area for an entry, establish one with a substantial piece of furniture, like a chest, to anchor the space. Add a single side chair and you’ve got an instant entryway with storage and a place to sit to take off your shoes.

      Photo by Eric Piasecki / The Interior Archive

      Carve Out an Entryway
      • Pick a Palette

        Paint is a great way to set the entry hall apart from the adjoining rooms, and can also act as the jumping-off point for the furniture and accessories in that space. Match your table to the wall color for an especially pulled-together look.

        Photo by William Waldron / The Interior Archive

        Pick a Palette
        • Build a Working Way Station

          Your entry is the first line of defense when it comes to keeping muddy shoes out of the living room. Supplying ample storage for shoes, gloves, and other essentials will keep the rest of your home looking pristine, no matter the season.

          Photo by Simon Upton / The Interior Archive

          Build a Working Way Station
          • Put Passions on Display

            Consider your entry a chance to message to guests from the minute they walk in what matters most to you. Books, artwork, and favorite objects are always great additions to the space, regardless of whether it’s a grand entry or an apartment nook.

            Photo by William Waldron / The Interior Archive

            Put Passions on Display