The first thing a visitor sees when walking into your home is the entryway, which helps set the mood for the rest of your house. In addition to creating a first impression for guests, it is also the first and last thing you see when you walk in every day.
In other words, your entryway should be a welcome sight at the end of the day! However, it should also function well. There’s no point in creating an attractive modern entryway if it doesn’t serve your needs.
Outside entryways are a great way to quickly make a fantastic first impression with your guests. What does your entryway say about you? Do you have a glass door where you are welcoming people into your home easily? Or do you have a door that is a color to show your guests your fun side? Doors are a dramatic way to set the stage for an entryway and a starting point to sprucing up your outside entryway. A door can be big statement piece or simple designs that keep you protected.
What do you want your front entrance experience to be or say about your when guests come to visit? Your entrance tells those visiting a lot about you. Some like a particular kind of door or door color, some welcome their guests with welcome mats, some say a hen is in the house with a wreath on the door, at least that is what a male friend of mine said to me once. It was kind of funny and sweet! Some use potters and planters to say hello to those visiting with blooms or green bushes to give a softer look to a front entrance. Some even have sitting areas for their guests or maybe a package needs to be dropped off and a bench is a good place to leave it. Whatever you style, let your entrance way make a grand impression, for it will be the first impression you give your visitors. Some may even like a king’s entrance. Let us know what your entrance way says about you by sharing your thoughts on the HomeZada Facebook page or the HomeZada Pinterest page. We would love to hear from you.
Here are a few front entrance experiences that we liked. Some colorful, some simple but all inviting. Read More