Design Details:

  • For your entryway I kept the design very clean and simple. With a small entryway that opens into the dining room and living area you want to keep the lines of travel free of clutter while still providing a place to hang jackets, bags, and a place to drop keys etc.  

  • A narrow entryway table provides extra storage and a surface to decorate.

  • I also added shiplap to the bottom portion of your chair railing. This adds a touch of character and charm.

  • You will also notice the use of black metal accents. This ties everything together and gives a cohesive look.

  • A faux (or real) fiddle fig and some greenery adds warmth and life to the space.

  • A jute runner grounds the space and provided a nice feature to separate the space from the dining room.

  • Hooks provide a place for hanging and the basket for hiding away shoes etc.




Design Details:

  • For the revision I replaced the table with a floating corbel shelf and a neutral wood mirror giving it a more french country look.

  • I also removed some of the items making the corbel shelf and mirror the focal point of your entry. Clean, simple and timeless.


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