ENTRANCE HALLWAY THE FIRST THING TO SEE WHEN YOU ENTER THE HOME
Your entrance hallway is the first thing you and your guests see when you enter your home. It sets the tone for the rest of your space and creates an impression of your style and personality. But what if you have a tiny entrance hallway that feels cramped and cluttered? How can you make it look bigger, brighter, and more welcoming?
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Here are some tips and tricks to help you transform your small entryway into a stylish and functional space.
1. Use light colors and mirrors
One of the easiest ways to make your tiny entrance hallway look bigger is to use light colors on the walls, floor, and furniture. Light colors reflect lighter and create an illusion of spaciousness. You can also add a mirror or two to bounce light around and visually expand the space. A mirror can also serve as a handy spot to check your appearance before you head out the door. For example, you can hang a large round mirror over a small console table or shelf or use a full-length mirror on a narrow wall.
2. Add hooks and shelves
Another way to make the most of your tiny entrance hallway is to add hooks and shelves to the walls. Hooks are great for hanging coats, hats, scarves, bags, and other items that you need to grab on your way out. Shelves are perfect for displaying decorative items, plants, books, or baskets. You can also use shelves to store keys, mail, sunglasses, and other small essentials. For instance, you can install a peg rail with hooks and a shelf above it or use a wall-mounted coat rack with a built-in shelf.
3. Choose multifunctional furniture
If you have enough floor space, you can also add some furniture to your tiny entrance hallway. However, you should choose pieces that are multifunctional and fit the scale of your space. For example, you can use a bench that has storage underneath or a flip-top lid, or a stool that can double as a side table. You can also use a small dresser or chest of drawers that can store shoes, gloves, umbrellas, and other items. Alternatively, you can use a floating shelf or a wall-mounted desk that can serve as a drop zone for your belongings.
4. Create a focal point
Another tip to make your tiny entrance hallway more attractive is to create a focal point that draws the eye and adds some personality. A focal point can be anything that catches your attention and makes a statement, such as a piece of art, wallpaper, a rug, a light fixture, or a plant. For example, you can hang a large painting or a gallery wall on one wall or use bold wallpaper or a mural on the opposite wall. You can also add a colorful or patterned rug to the floor, or a pendant light or a chandelier to the ceiling. You can also place a large plant or a vase of flowers on a table or a shelf.
5. Keep it simple and organized
Finally, the best way to make your tiny entrance hallway look bigger and better is to keep it simple and organized. Avoid overcrowding your space with too many items or colors and stick to a cohesive theme and palette. Also, make sure to declutter your space regularly and get rid of anything that you don’t need or use. You can also use baskets, bins, trays, or boxes to store and organize your items and keep them out of sight. By keeping your tiny entrance hallway simple and organized, you can make it feel more spacious and inviting.
Your tiny entrance hallway doesn’t have to be a boring and messy space. With some creativity and smart design choices, you can make it look bigger, brighter, and more welcoming. By using light colors and mirrors, adding hooks and shelves, choosing multifunctional furniture, creating a focal point, and keeping it simple and organized, you can transform your small entryway into a stylish and functional space that reflects your style and personality.
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