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Even the smallest entry, such as in an apartment or townhome, can have an eye-catching display. An extra-large antique gilded mirror visually expands this space, while a painted antique commode and patterned rug add interest.

"When I Saw You I Fell In Love, And You Smiled Because You Knew" Sign (Dear Lillie)

You Need to See the Amazing Renovation of This 106-Year-Old House

5 Things to Keep in Mind when Choosing an Entryway Rug

5 Things to Keep in Mind when Choosing an Entryway Rug -be true to your sense of style, will play a big role in your homes first impression

Organizing Ideas for Entryways & Foyers Without Closets

Between jackets, purses, mail and an ever-growing mountain of shoes, the entryway is a tough spot to keep under control—and less square footage unfortunately means even more mayhem. If creating a mudroom or an entryway with built-in storage is not in your floor plan future, follow the tips and tricks tucked into these eight small rooms to make your foyer a calm, fuss-free zone.

That Space Under the Stairs

In a lot of homes, at the end of the staircase there’s a wall that meets the stair treads and behind it is extra storage space in the form of a closet or shelving. Against a stairwell, the no fail accent is a console table or bench but let’s say there’s an empty space under the stairs …

Our Home TOUR

Minus the disco ball (and my inability to install wood flooring, although it is very pretty,) I ABSOLUTELY LOVE everything from the clawed feet of the re-purposed dresser, too the top of the over-the-top gold ornate mirror. Note to self: I could use connectors to keep the XL mirror I have in place on the wall and stencil OR some other fun wall art!