It is official, Spring has sprung and that means it is time to give your home a fresh and colourful look. Start by clearing out all of your winter belongings from your main entryway, getting rid of old and unused items, and from there you can get into the fun part. These 6 effortless Spring updates for your entryway are bound to brighten your home, as well as your mood.
Whether you lack natural light in your entryway, or you are just looking to add a stylistic element, table lamps are perfect for this kind of space. One or two matching lamps with somewhat low wattage give an inviting look and can offer a pop of colour with the lampshade you choose.
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Want to make a good first impression with your house guests? Entry rugs are the perfect way to do so. Spring is all about fresh colours so use this element to add some to the space with fun patterns and hues. When choosing a rug, be sure that it can withstand the mud and moisture from the various pairs of rain boots coming and going.
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I cannot think of a better way to add a touch of Spring to your entryway than to add some fresh greenery and flowers. If you feel as if you don’t have enough time or inclination to take care of real plants, buy some faux ones that will give you the look you want with no commitment required.
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With the cold weather behind us, we can start thinking about planting outdoors. Adding a beautiful potted arrangements with greenery and flowers is a sure-fire way to add some curb appeal to your entryway, and draw people in. The best looking planters are ones that combine various textures, colours, and sizes.
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Fresh Coat of Paint
Your front door should be the focal point of your entryway, yet many people tend to disregard it and its potential to add curb appeal. This effortless and cost effective update has the potential to completely change the look of your home, especially if you choose a bright colour. Shades or red, yellow, and teal and perfect if you are looking to make a statement. Wanting something less in your face and more traditional? Navy blue, charcoal grey and black are also good options for front door colours.
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When we think about front door wreaths we tend to think of those we put up for Christmas, but Spring wreaths are another way to dress up the front door. Boxwood wreaths are vibrant and colourful, and require absolutely no maintenance.
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Can you think of any other ways to update your entryway for Spring? Comment below to share your ideas with the entire HomeStars community.
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