Whether you have a spacious hall or only one m2; this transitory space fulfills an important function. The entryway sets the tone for the rest of your home but is also the place where you store a lot of things.
First things first
time to clean up the hallway. Whether you have a spacious hall or only one m2; this transitory space fulfills an important function. The entryway sets the tone for the rest of your home but is also the place where you store a lot of things.
Coats, shoes, umbrellas, keys and maybe a pair of stray socks; no one likes unorganized clutter. So first think carefully about what you will use the space for and make sure that everything gets a functional place. Don't have enough storage space? Then opt for extra cupboard space or a large basket in which you can store individual items.
Match the entrance to the rest of your interior
Match the entrance to the rest of your interior. This way you create unity in your interior and it gets a well-considered look. Especially in smaller rooms where several elements are combined with each other – such as the living room and entrance – it is extra important to coordinate the whole setting.
Give some extra love to forgotten corners
The little corners next to the door are the perfect place to showcase personal accessories, such as pictures or drawings. Do you prefer a functional option? Then place a container where everyone can put their keys.
Go bold with colour!
Elevate the overall ambience with adding colour: it ensures a warm welcome and a hallway that makes you happy. Are you going for subtle accents? Then choose cheerful accessories. Want to make a grand entrance? Then make a statement with colourful wallpaper or a tiled floor with a vibrant colour palette.