Room Recipe: Entryway

Room Recipe: Entryway

Jul 10, 2015
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We don't like to play favorites, but it's possible that the entryway is the most important room in your home. It's where you make your first impressions and last looks. It's your filter for outside 'stuff' – from junk mail to keys to coats. It's where you set the tone for your home. Here's our room recipe for the perfect entryway, including a beautiful wall color you'll be thrilled to come home to.

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For too long, pink has been seemingly limited to girls' rooms. But lately, we've been noticing it having a bit of a renaissance in other rooms of the house, used as a neutral. After all, it's a warm color that is universally flattering and quietly cheerful.

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We will always be fans of hotter shades of fuschia and salmon, but we're in love with this slightly desaturated Fresh Peonies pink. It has a laid-back sophistication, like a Parisian who just moved to California. Paired with walnut and denim-blue, it's totally gender-neutral, and utterly gorgeous.

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The smartest way to add WOW is with Glidden paint. This gorgeous color gives strong coverage and beautiful results for under $25 a can.

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