252 Easy Traditional Entry Design Photos

Lauren Leonard Interiors
2 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks27,618
Questions17
Lauren Leonard Interiors SaveEmail 5. Swap out accent furniture from room to room. Small furniture (side tables, stools, slipper chairs) is easy to move, and a simple swap can completely change the feel of a room. Try a side table from the living room in the entryway and a narrow entry table
ideal in entry b/c you can literally hose them off as needed. Natural-fiber rugs like jute, sisal and sea grass feel great on bare summer feet and are easy to shake out.
jute, sisal and sea grass feel great on bare summer feet and are easy to shake out.Tell us: What one item most says summer to you?
5. Swap accent furniture between roomsSmall furniture (side tables, stools, slipper chairs) is easy to move and a simple swap can completely change the feel of a room
“perfect entry” — maloo64
Crystal Kitchen Center
5 Reviews
ASID Showcase House
Ideabooks210K
Questions44
back ground simple, hooks simple, easy bench to put shoes under.
when it comes to managing kids with dirty boots, school bags and wet coats.Install hooks to hang jackets and dog leashes for easy access. Woven baskets with labels make it easy for children to store and organize their outdoor gear.If you do not currently have a mudroom, you can buy an indoor entryway
“love the bench” — Mary Helene Toth
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks25,663
Questions21
fabulous doors and an incredible carved newel, but what determines its style is that fabulous pendant light. I know this is not one of our usual cheap and easy fixes. However, this is one spot where you should spend a good chunk of time. There are many options — scout a vintage bargain light and give it a spruce-up
fabulous doors and an incredible carved newel, but what determines its style is that fabulous pendant light. I know this is not one of our usual cheap and easy fixes. However, this is one spot where you should spend a good chunk of time. There are many options – scout a vintage bargain light and give it a spruce-up
“black doors” — betsywyrick
Willey Design LLC
1 Review
Hamptons, NY Residence
Ideabooks6,658
Questions8
you see something around the house you no longer need or want, plunk it in your donations box. When it's full, carry it out to your car, so it will be easy to drop the contents at your local charity thrift shop the next time you run errands.
see something around the house you no longer need or want, plunk it in your donations box. When it’s full, carry it out to your car, so it will be easy to drop the contents at your local charity thrift shop the next time you run errands.
“Entryway” — Erika Pennington Stewart
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Fresh Modern Colonial
Ideabooks52,977
Questions18
an space that makes it easy for them to do just that. Provide hooks for coats, cubbies for shoes and book bags, and an invitation for your kiddos to put all papers that need signing into a basket (which you might need to hold as they walk in the door). By making a routine easy, you can get business out
“hall/toy storage” — jennyj27
Harvey's Kitchens and Baths
Mud Room
Ideabooks6,117
Questions4
this looks like a easy project. what do you think for a back entrance way coming in from a garage
Easy to do DIY
“simple.” — y_baros
Tres McKinney Design
6 Reviews
San Francisco Pacific Heights Residence
Ideabooks4,470
Questions6
t's easy (and not very pleasant) to get caught unprepared when guests stop by, or to have nothing to bring to a wedding or housewarming. But with a little extra
throwing parties, giving gifts, writing thank-you notes, hosting unexpected guests and more. Add to ideabook by Tres McKinney Design 1. Make an easy-clean entry with ample storage. A chest of drawers or storage bench in the entry makes last-second tidying up simple. In a smaller space, try stashing
1. Make an easy-clean entry with ample storage. A chest of drawers or storage bench in the entry makes last-second tidying up simple. In a smaller space, try stashing stuff in lidded boxes beneath a slim console table or in French market baskets hung on hooks.Make a habit of keeping the surface of your
“Do this in my foyer” — jphudson
Just a Girl
Just a Girl
Ideabooks52,031
Questions15
Can the handrail be on the other side? I think it's easy to open the door....
4. Group like items together so they're easy to find. For Chris Carey from Just a Girl, the garage in her Michigan home was a tricky space because it's also the primary way that most people use
Easy shelves
“I could do this now in my garage” — Caren Sorrells
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