Small Spaces: Entryways

Sometimes, our favorite apartments come devoid of space to actually welcome you  in  (let alone guests) after a long day. Most of the time, we end up chucking our shoes, umbrellas, bags, and junk to the side of the door as soon as we walk in and call it what it is: floor space. But, that can wear on a person–especially because you feel less of the whole ‘welcome home’ vibe and more of the ‘eh screw it’ vibe as soon as you get home.

I think it’s important to do something with the space you have there. Even if it’s as minimal as throwing a bright chair against the wall and adding a basket for shoes and a bucket for umbrellas. The smallest change can make the biggest difference.

I’ve compiled some ideas I think can make a big impact with a small budget and most importantly, in a small space. From bright colors and wall papers to simply throwing in a coat hook and a basket, these are some great ideas to use as a guide when laying out your own entryway.

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This entry was published on April 12, 2013 at 6:00 am. It’s filed under Entryways and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “Small Spaces: Entryways

  1. Loved the idea about the mirrors! It definitely opens up a small space. Thanks for sharing!

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