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  • Simple, Open Entryway
    None

    Polished antiques mixed with a geometric rug add pops of flair to this open Bermuda entryway.

    3.333335

  • Icy Green Space
    Southern Accents

    A damask wallpaper in a light sea foam green perfectly complements this antique trumeau.

    4

  • Lime Green Door
    Coastal Living

    A vibrant green gives this front door extra panache, and a striped welcome mat completes the look.

    4.5

  • Light and Bright
    Cottage Living

    The entry way leads to an airy living space with an opening in the ceiling for more light from the second-story windows. The original heart-pine flooring was preserved and the horizontal siding on the walls...

    5

  • Furniture Nook
    Coastal Living

    Space under the stairs provides a perfect nook for tall furniture.

    5

  • Masonry Pavers, A Classic Twist
    Southern Living

    Protruding onto the front porch as a welcome gesture to guests, the front entry alcove is set apart by its richly stained mahogany front door. Also of interest is the brick floor. It's made from the same...

    5

  • Adorable Entryway
    Southern Living

    A striped, slipcovered settee is the perfect size for this young gentleman. The photo display is a montage of family shots copied onto wooden plates and hung on the wall with simple hooks.

     

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    4

  • Front-Door Welcome
    Coastal Living

    A wreath of broad, glossy magnolia leaves adorns the front door at left. Some leaves flip and show off their scuffy brown sides, which adds texture and enhances the wooden door.

    4
  • Welcoming Light
    Welcoming Light
    Coastal Living

    The porthole-style window in the entry invites sunshine inside and offers a peek out to the front porch.

    4

  • Cottage Entryway Nook
    Southern Living

    With a bold mix of new and old finds, the entry nook in this Charlottesville, Virginia home welcomes guests with ease and serves as a handy spot for mail and keys.

    2

  • Holiday Decor in Dallas
    Southern Accents

    This Colonial-style home in Dallas, Texas, boasts traditional holiday decorations.

    3

  • Yuletide on the Coast
    Sunset

    Wreaths are an easy way to add regional charm to your Christmas decorations, especially if you live in a mild coastal climate. Here, a dried sea star and a 3-inch-wide silver ribbon make natural complements...

    3

  • Western Wreath
    Sunset

    For a new take on holiday greenery, make a wreath of cactus pads. Fasten a wreath hanger or hook to the back of a straw wreath base. Then, using canning tongs to handle the prickly pear cactus pads (8 to 10...

    3

  • Pigmented clay plaster
    Sunset

    No coat of paint can match the richness and depth of color that clay plaster provides. Combining ground clay and water with natural pigments, it’s the easiest of all plasters to apply.

    3

  • Grand Entrance
    Coastal Living

    Accents set a relaxed, coastal tone. A small table with turned legs, a shapely lamp, and a striped wool rug offer color and style. Distinctive artwork showcases native flora.

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