As it is known, the main entrance is the first point of contact with the building. The moment we stepped into a house; our eyes will immediately roam at the interior.
We do realize that every home is unique, and it doesn't matter how large or tiny the entrance is; it's all about how you plan to make it appear comfortable when they approach your home.
The entryway, although sometimes underestimated, can be one of the most crucial area in your home.
Previously, other rooms were given more importance, and other areas such as the hallways and entry were only adorned with essentials. We can be certain that the whole house should be beautified.
In order to give the perfect first impression and brighten the atmosphere, you definitely need to incorporate clever design elements. The entrance serves as a hint of the décor to come in the rest of the building. It establishes the character of the house and provides an indication of what can be found inside.
Aside from that, it is important to make the room both visually appealing and relaxing. Aim for something clear and significant, as well as a style that attracts guests! Here are some examples of various design for your entrance that you can suggest.
In this case, we superimposed the painting over an otherwise bland and uninteresting wall. Will you look at how the colour pops! The entrance is now even lighter and more enticing!
Other entry area suggestions and inspirations can be found under this post. You can also see more on our Artisan Malaysia Gallery website.
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