A striking nature-inspired entrance with greenery that pops
Bring the calming feeling of nature inside with clever use of greenery like this hanging plant room divider and potted plants under the window. The dark grey and white concealed storage hides clutter, and natural elements like wood, bamboo, jute, and plants add wow-factor as you walk through the door.
A chillout corner right by the door
Transform the entrance of your home into a sanctuary with plenty of greenery, comfy wooden chairs, a rattan rug and black and white textiles. With hooks on the walls to hang jackets and low shelves for shoes and bags, everything is in its place and easy to reach when you’re coming in and out of your home.
Double up on shoe cabinets
By lining shoe storage units together, we’ve created a shoe wall under the windowsill that’s big enough to cater for the whole family. Natural elements like houseplants and an oversized rattan lamp bring extra vigour to an otherwise neutral space.
Have fun with your plants
Try some quirky and unconventional ways to add greenery to your space like creating a plant wall divider by lining up rows of hanging pots. Then liven up a windowsill by putting your saplings in a stylish propagation set, like this one with different-sized glasses and a metal tray.
Create space and harmony
Line your wall with wardrobes and add different level shelves to store shoes and clothes, then add boxes and inserts for storing smaller or seasonal items. A big mirror on the wall gives the illusion of more space, and spotlights keep the area light and airy.
Stay on top of the small stuff
Keep your space tidy easily by adding inserts and boxes inside of the drawers. By putting smaller items like keys or your purse in a specifically designated place, you’ll save yourself some extra time on your way out of the door.
Sit back and take a breather
The hallway needn’t be a place of chaos and clutter. With lots of peaceful greenery, comfy chairs with striking textiles, and plenty of hidden storage you can create a tidy and relaxing area to sit back and take a couple of breaths while you wait for the rest of the family.