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Inspiration for a farmhouse entryway remodel in New York

My Houzz: Amanda CramesFarmhouse Entry, New York

Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2015 Houzz

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kareneglythompson
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 7 Ways to Make the Most of Your EntranceFeb 22, 2016

Don’t forget sound! Chimes tinkling in the wind on a front porch or the gong of a grandfather clock in a foyer adds depth and a sense of wholeness to your home. Make sure you try out the piece first to ensure that you find the sound pleasing. For example, some wind chimes sound earthy and comforting, while others can be loud, metallic and irritating. See more entryway ideas

rikkisnyder
Rikki Snyder added this to My Houzz: Color and Comfort in Upstate New YorkJun 17, 2015

Opposite the mudroom doorway is a cabinet for storing shoes, hats and mittens. “Prior to being in my mudroom, this piece was in a chicken house, used for storing feed. I gave it some fresh paint. It’s very handy in any space,” Crames says.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

julielschuster
Julie Schuster Design Studio added this to The 9 Essential Chi AdjustmentsAug 14, 2017

Sound Makers: Resonating sounds change the vibration of negative chi and can adjust an inauspicious flow of energy. Wind chimes, Tibetan bells, and meditation bowls are classic way to generate positive energy in areas that otherwise feel stale or lifeless.

vvzodvv
vvzodvv added this to EntrywayJul 25, 2017

Don’t forget sound! Chimes tinkling in the wind on a front porch or the gong of a grandfather clock in a foyer adds depth and a sense of wholeness to your home. Make sure you try out the piece first to ensure that you find the sound pleasing. For example, some wind chimes sound earthy and comforting, while others can be loud, metallic and irritating.

lauramanager
lauramanager added this to FoyersJul 27, 2016

Don’t forget sound! Chimes tinkling in the wind on a front porch or the gong of a grandfather clock in a foyer adds depth and a sense of wholeness to your home. Make sure you try out the piece first to ensure that you find the sound pleasing. For example, some wind chimes sound earthy and comforting, while others can be loud, metallic and irritating.

nanygoat
nanygoat added this to OUTDOOR DECORMar 18, 2016

Old pitchers with bulbs. Spoon windchimes.

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