Ready to energize your entryway? Our most common tips include a mirror, a welcome mat, and a surface to sort mail and drop your things - otherwise known as a landing strip. Check out this entryway inspiration for all types of living spaces from rentals to homes to apartments and more.
We ask a lot of the entryway: As a landing strip, it does the double duty of filtering what junk is better kept out of the house (stuff like mud and pocket doodads) while also keeping together everything you need to exit (like keys and umbrella). But that’s only half its job! The entryway is also tasked with making a home’s first and last impressions. That’s a lot to do in a little space! So how do you do it?
Angela Ferdig's entry hall becomes a sophisticated mudroom with the additional of key elements: coat storage, personal reflection, shoe storage, and seating that doubles as a bag holder. ON REMODELISTA: Steal This Look: Entryway with Hairpin Leg Bench