Colorful Entryways

Colorful Entryways

Sarah Coffey
Oct 14, 2009
The entryway is one of our favorite places to see color in a home. It's usually a small space, so a bright color can make a big impact when you step in the door. For ten examples, click through... Paint is one of the cheapest and easiest ways to add color to your entryway, but you can also use artwork, wallpaper, or colorful furniture. If you have the room, a large-scale painting is one of the best ways to create a bold first note as you walk in the door. FIRST ROW1 Blue Paneled Entryway from Living Etc.2 Entryway with Orange Painting from Living Etc.3 House Tour: Amy's Vintage Modern Nest4 Green Geometric Entryway from Homes & Gardens5 From Blah to Brilliant: A Colorful Entryway SECOND ROW6 Small Cool Contest 2009: Theresa's Eclectic Donations7 Entryway by Amanda Kyser from House Beautiful8 Entryway by Jeffrey Bilhuber from House Beautiful9 Kevin & Dop's Playful Uptown Loft10 Painted Stairs from architect Roy McMakin's portfolio MORE ENTRYWAY INSPIRATIONColor Tip: Paint the EntrywayHow To: Make a Colorful and Organized Entryway10 Different Ways to Organize an EntrywayInspiration: Entryways, Foyers, and Landing StripsFive Dramatic Entryways Photos: Living Etc., Living Etc., Sarah Coffey, Homes & Gardens, skarpetka86 under Creative Commons License, Theresa, Ngoc Minh Ngo / House Beautiful, Julian Wass / House Beautiful, Evan Thomas, Domestic Architecture
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