Have you ever lived in a tiny apartment without a proper entry? If so, you'll know what I mean when I say that it can feel too abrupt to enter a home without a moment for a breather between "outside" and "inside". Here's one idea for creating an entry where there is none. Click through for one more inspiring image:
Build a partial-height wall! I can't tell you how many high-ceilinged studios I've seen in chopped up old brownstones that are simply a room with no entry. In that situation, you're left to your own devices to create a space that receives you when you enter the apartment. In this example, a partial wall with shelves screens the immediate view from the rest of the room. And it provides a little storage space, visual interest, and sense of enclosure when you walk through the door.
What have you done to create an entry in an entry-less apartment? Would you find this solution would solve the problem? Let us know in the comments below!
Images: Côté Maison