Let’s go back to dealing with what is the real business card of a home, the first space that one finds oneself to cross and that welcomes. We are of course talking about the entrance to focus here in particular on the plant with direct access to the corridor.
L’furnishing of an entrance hallway plays a crucial role, usually these spaces are not excessively large, on the contrary they can be narrow and short or very long, creating somewhat narrow perceptions. To obtain the best in terms of aesthetic research and visual perception of space, particular attention must be paid to the choice and combination not only of the furnishings but also of colors, coverings, lighting and accessories.
By continuing to read, you will be able to discover different design ideas and particular solutions that will allow you to furnish this environment in the best possible way, inspired by different styles.
How to furnish an entrance hallway
After having properly analyzed the spaces and the structure of your hallway at the entrance, you will first have to choose the right type of covering and the most suitable colors. You can opt for minimalist solutions, capable of expanding the visual space, or play on particular decorations, for example by choosing dynamic floors that capture the eye’s attention. As for the color to prefer, you can find the perfect inspiration in our post dedicated to the colors for the walls of a corridor that will show you in detail how to use neutral or bright shades.
Another crucial element is the lighting system for the corridor which, in combination with the entrance, can create suggestive plays of perspective lights that furnish and decorate without occupying practically any space. Remember that this environment will have to enjoy a vivid and vibrant light.
We now come to the choice of corridor furniture which, as we have already had the opportunity to underline, must be functional, aesthetically refined but never excessively bulky. You can choose consoles, benches and bookcases to combine with particular mirrors, coat hangers, paintings and plants. The important thing is not to over-saturate the space.