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welcomes guest for a refreshing experience.
Carnation pink. An unexpected guest isn't always a good thing, but an unexpected welcome is totally fun. What better way to surprise all of your guests than with a carnation-pink front door! Paint pick: Pink Moment 6857 by Sherwin Williams
GR Home/Graciela Rutkowski Interiors
Offering your guests a drink on their way in the door is a festive way to kick things off. Set up a small bar on your entryway table; either set out a variety of popular options and let guests mix their own cocktails, or offer a signature drink and pour your guests a fresh one as they come in. Offer nonalcoholic
Usher guests in with an inviting entryway. Your entryway is your guest's first point of contact with your home's interior. There's no need to make the entryway speak with high volume drama; in fact, the simpler it is, the better. Make sure entryway basics like a bench or a pair of chairs and a coatrack
available to guests.Entryways Take a Seat
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Fish Creek Compound Guest House
sq ft guest-house w 2 bedroom suites on the sides
Small guest house 5 of 6
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Compound Guest House
creek guest house...Guest Cottage 3...guest house...Oregon guest house
The Happy Home Project
Where Guests Can Sit (and Put Coats and Bags)Just as dinner with friends doesn’t have to be a big production to be particularly welcoming — a $20 meal of soup and cornbread can feed your 15 closest friends and fill your home with warmth and joy — your house doesn’t have to be white-glove perfect to be
be guest-ready.I’m not saying that it shouldn’t be tidy and relatively clean. But if you’re always worried about making your house perfect before anyone sees it, chances are you’re not having people over very much. And when you do, you may be stressed out about all the little imperfections that no one
The Front Door
gives guests an artful and vibrant first impression of the home within.
introduce a guest.
Saint Dizier Design
enter, guests cross over the water which separates the Guest House from the Main House. Architecture: Hugh Huddleson Photo: Mary E. Nichols
sending your guests momentarily to the misty mountains of japan or the cool rainforests of the amazon.
enter, guests cross over the water which separates the Guest House from the Main House.”