Dean Morrison - June 6, 2019
You don’t get a second chance at first impressions.
The front entrance of your home is the first thing that guests and visitors will see – and let’s not forget the most important person – you! So, why not leave a lasting first impression by styling your Arden Home entryway to create a warm, welcoming feel, that sets the tone for the rest of your home?
We’ve put together a list of three of our favourite foyer features to greet your guests and welcome you home.
Let’s be honest – most of us like to have a quick look in the mirror before we leave the house. Placing a mirror in your home’s foyer area can be useful for this purpose, while also serving as an enhancing décor piece. A large wall mirror can give your home’s entrance a sense of grandeur, by giving off the illusion of a bigger space. If you’d like to implement a sleek and contemporary interior, a circular hanging mirror can bring a more modern look to your home.
A mirror will serve as a practical and pretty addition to your foyer!
Your entryway wall doesn’t have to be bare, boring or bland! Hanging up some of your favourite artwork is wonderful way to make a statement within your foyer.
If you have an ongoing accent colour throughout your home, tie this in with artwork of the same colour. Whether you love abstract, classic or panoramic art, placing it in your home’s entrance is a surefire way to impress your guests as they enter your home.
Keep your doorway neat and tidy by utilising the space to position a slim hallway table. Use this surface to store your keys, wallet or any mail you collect on your way in. Installing shelves can be just as practical – and eye-catching! You can use the shelves to not only store commonly used household items, but to also display beautiful ornaments, books, plants and art.
At Arden, we’re experts at integrating smart design solutions into your home. Visit our display homes to see how we can incorporate in-built shelves or other storage solutions into your home’s entryway. There’s so much interior inspiration to be found at our display homes.