We all know how important that first impression can be.
House Beautiful And it isn’t just about a firm handshake and eye contact. (And those shoes that make you feel oh-so confident!)
SCW Interiors The first impression your home makes is almost as important as the first impression you make!
Veranda The furniture, the lighting, the accessories and the wall decor are all important parts of that first impression.
pinterest But nothing says “Welcome” quite like a beautiful entryway rug.
New England Home You all know that we adore natural fiber rugs.
Greige Design They are casual, comfortable and work with absolutely any decor, from the luxuriously lavish to the delightfully down to earth.
James Radin But the floor is also a great place to play with patterns, colors and bold accents. It is the perfect place to start layering eye-catching patterns that define the personality of the space.
Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Of course, when another element in the room is the major eye catcher, sticking with something simple is always a good idea. And we are crazy for these big, bold stripes! Aren’t you? Talk about setting the tone!
Veranda The rug in this entryway anchors the rest of the elements and creates a space that we would love to come home to!
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Coming home is always a wonderful feeling. Pulling in the driveway, walking through the front door…
That’s why we think the front door is so, incredibly important!
We’ve been ruminating over color choices for the front door of the Beaufort house. It is white, white, white, and, looking at these homes, we can’t think of anything more classic and striking than a black front door. If you’re looking to do a little sprucing to your house too, it’s a great time to considerhome improvement loans.
Pacific Peninsula Group – David Buergler Architect
It’s gorgeous on these white backdrops, but, really, we can’t think of any facade where a black door wouldn’t look great.
The little black door…
Jeffrey Alan Marks
It’s the little black dress of entryways.
It’s a bold statement to mark the passage between the outside world and your indoor sanctuary.
It’s the dividing line between outside stress and indoor relaxation.
We can’t think of a better way to say, “Welcome home!”
We hope you’re all lounging around in your fat pants after a resplendent day of turkey and a few too many treats. Happy weekend!