This is a classic look that I adore (above). The blue/grey/white scheme on the walls is subtle but interesting and the antique table is beautiful.
My dream entryway is Windsor Smith’s. There’s nothing I don’t love: glossy black doors, chequered floors, amazing staircase and the circular grey seat that she designed. The colours, furniture and architecture are all perfection!
Even a tiny corner like this one (above) can function as an entryway and make you feel that you’ve ‘arrived’. The wallpaper is key and really makes the space feel like a separate room of its own. The drawers that function as a storage unit for keys etc. are small but because the scale is in proportion to the mirror and light, it makes the space feel taller and larger. Love it!
Maybe in my future dream home I could have an entryway like this (above). I dream of those doors, an arched entry and that staircase (literally). Love the white floors and the blue french chair – and the cute owl umbrella stand.
Again, you don’t need a lot of space to have a welcoming entry area. Doesn’t the shape of the mirror above go well with the geometric wallpaper?
I couldn’t tell you how many times I have looked at this image from domino (above). Love the combination of antique furniture with modern accessories.
You can hardly see the wallpaper in this entryway (above), but the turquoise lamp and painting highlight its colours. It’s a luxury to have room for a sofa in the front hall, and in my house would be a great dumping-ground for shoes and school bags!