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Entryways and Hallways come in all sizes and shapes and decorating it can be a hard task. Regardless of the shape and size, your space may take, sometimes all it needs is a console table, a sophisticated coat hanger or a unique boot tray.
Entryways are the division that sets the mood for the entire home – it is the space that first gives the ‘I am home’ feeling, where you start to unwind and disconnect from the stressful outside.
Spice up these spaces by updating your entry door or repainting it, make your floor distinguishable from the rest of the house by using tiles, rugs or a different wood type.
Today we bring you a guide on how to decor it, covering different styles: Modern, Contemporary, Classic, Mid-Century and Eclectic. Just because the main purpose of an entryway is functional, does not mean we need to sacrifice the feeling of comfort – for us and for our guests.
The Classic style prides itself on its harmony, order and its friendly charm. Classic designed homes frequently have a neutral colour on the walls, hence the room’s furniture, artwork and accent pieces pop. The ELK Armchair is the perfect pop of colour for this entry and being it in purple makes the room even more welcoming and friendly. This armchair gets complemented by the MANUKA Side Table and the Imperial Snake by Rug’Society.
With distinctive branches, elk kelp is a species of algae known for its fascinating beauty. Just like ELK Armchair and its exceptional chair design. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with a base in glossy aged brass and black glossy lacquered, this curved back armchair will add refined elegance to any modern living room set.
The Contemporary Style is unique because it borrows elements from many other movements and styles. In it, you can see inclinations to modern, traditional, art deco and even futuristic design. A contemporary design style of decoration is deﬁned by simplicity, subtle sophistication, deliberate use of texture and clean lines. The CYRUS Wall Light, BARAKA Sideboard and White Garden by Rug’Society make this entryway a delight to look at.
The Eclectic Style is a calm harmonised mix of other styles, with neutral background colours. There is uniqueness in furnishings, which have an unexpected use of materials, patterns, shapes, textures and ﬁnishes, that are usually handmade. This entryway has the ARDARA II Console, HULI I Mirror and GOBI Rug.
Huli is a tribe from Papua New Guinea known for painting their faces yellow, red and white to impress the enemy. This ritual was the inspiration behind HULI Round Mirror, made of matte casted brass. More than a wall mirror, it is a decorative item that will shine any wall.
Mid-Century Style has organic inﬂuences, simple forms, emphasis on function, with simplicity and ﬁne craftsmanship, peg legs and hardware. The MALAY Armchairs and the MANUKA Side Table are perfect for these types of entryways.
Modern Style furnishings and decor celebrate natural materials, neutral or earthy colours and the elimination of unnecessary details. It uses natural materials such as unpainted wood, metals, leather and natural ﬁbres; reﬂective surfaces such as steel, chrome or glass and natural wood.
The image above comes to life with the BEGONIA Armchair which is the perfect choice to sit on after a long day. BRYCE Side Table gives you the support you need, with a unique design, the NIKU Pendant Light gives the warm light which will help you relax whilst resting and recovering your strength with your bare feet in the CAUCA Rug.
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