Jill's entry from the garage had been a thorn in her side for months. Though the checkerboard floor was a great feature, the paneled walls were dark and dated; certainly not the warm welcome home she craved. In addition to a brighter color, Jill knew she wanted to add what she calls a "landing pad" for shoes, coats, bags, etc — a spot other than her kitchen table!
If the front door is the first impression of a home, what does an unusual door say? Even with a rather typical exterior, an unexpected front door can show that you're creative, artistic or like fantasy fiction. From Pantone stained glass to hobbit entries, these doors are anything but ordinary.
While bold prints can veer into "overwhelming" to say the least, when used in small doses it creates interest in oft neglected spaces. From the bathroom to the closet to the entryway, boldly patterned wallpaper elevates these tiny spaces to somewhere you might actually want to linger. The best part? Less to remove when you (eventually) do get tired of it.