Be inspired by this Neutral Entryway Design Plan. Creating functional spaces doesn’t have to mean sacrificing style.Come see how they can blend together!
We’ve been working on our entryway for a while. It started with tearing down a wall that originally divided the entryway to make it a duplex. That’s been gone for a while now, but then we had to re-route some plumbing and electrical and cover up an old, non functioning door that goes into our closet. It’s come a long way already and I’m sharing the whole process on Instagram Stories, so make sure and follow along if behind the scenes stuff is your jam! Today I’m stopping all the work and deciding on our Entryway Design Plan before jumping back into painting. Here’s what it looked like when we first moved in.
Sometimes it’s hard to keep going when you don’t have a design in mind. The thing about designing a room, is that it’s completely ok to change the plan. But for me personally if I don’t know what I’m working towards I have a hard time finishing the project. Here’s where we are as of right now!
As I mentioned earlier, we tore down the wall that divided the entryway and now it opens it up to see the stairs from our dining room. It’s honestly a fairly large space, which is nice because our back entryway is pretty cramped so the kids will finally have a little space in the closet to store all their backpacks and such!
Neutral Entryway Design Plan
I’m sure this will change slightly since that cabinet isn’t really in my budget ;). But it gives me an idea of tones and colors… and if it is in your budget, please buy it because it’s gorgeous and it deserves to be in somebody’s home, haha!!
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Looking for more design boards? Check out the designs from other rooms in our house.