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Inviting grand entrance

Foyer

Add overhead lighting such as a chandelier 8'6" above the floor and a slender lamp to give off an inviting glow as guests enter your home. 

Foyer

Cozy up your nook in your foyer by adding a small table and chair, or just a chair with a blanket. This will be welcoming to your guests.

Savvy Solutions for your foyer

Savvy Staging suggests placing a mirror at the end of of your hallway or foyer to catch light when entering. To add more brightness paint the mirror white!

Enhance your foyer

You can place a runner to draw your guests in your home. Just make sure there is enough space around the furniture to create a feeling of openness.

Foyer table

Arrange some of your favorite things such as a cluster of vases, books,and photo frames by kind or color. This will make your entrance very welcoming for your guests. You will also feel happy when you see all of your favorite things when you enter your home!

Welcome your guests.

Welcome guests by placing a beautiful entryway bench draped in linen for soft lines and a relaxed attitude. It's nice to have a place to slip off your shoes. This bench will be enjoyed by the young and old.

Welcome your guests

Welcome guests by placing a beautiful entryway bench draped in linen for soft lines and a relaxed attitude. It's nice to have a place to slip off your shoes. This bench will be enjoyed by the young and old.

Creating a Grand Entrance

You can create an inviting nook along your foyer wall, or in your bedroom.  Just add your favorite bench to the area to create a functional seating area.  By placing a cornice and attaching lightweight curtains you can create a dramatic grand entrance.
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