Now that fall is in full swing, before we know it, winter will be here. Is your home ready for the cold season? More importantly, is your entryway ready for fall and then winter? Getting your entryway ready for fall and winter is necessary to take on the cold weather. You trudge in on a wet day and you’re greeted by warm, accommodating entryway. Accommodating? Yes. Ready to fulfill your wishes of getting out of those wet shoes/rain boots. We’ve got 3 very easy and quick tips to help make your fall/winter easier. They will make your life easy during the cold seasons and easy to overlook or forget about, but don’t! They will help, check them out!
1. Grab A Seat.
Get yourself a bench or something to sit on you can get out of those wet shoes fast! You can also catch your breath and then continue stripping off all the layers.
2. Toss The Coat.
Get a couple coat hooks for the wall or a coat rack. You want that coat off your body ASAP to get the cold weather off of you so you can start warming up in the house.
3. Lay Down A Rug.
You’re gonna bring a little Mother Nature in when you get home, so make sure you have your indoor/outdoor rug ready and in place to help against the mess.
These 3 simple tips will go a long way during the upcoming seasons. I know they are easy and almost common sense, right? Well, you’d be surprised how easy it is to overlook these simple ideas. Don’t forget and be ready for the cold weather!
Right when you swing open the front door to your home the first thing you see is your entryway. You see your side console that gives you a quick place to unload and compose yourself before moving forward through to the rest of your home. You see the art and accessories you used decorate the console. You see your home.
Your entryway sets the expectations and tone for the rest of the home. It’s the first thing anyone and everyone will see when they enter your home. Every more reason to decorate to impress. Putting a little time into your entry will leave you thanking yourself over and over.
One tip before we’re done here, create a simple and minimal entryway. There are two very good reasons as to why. First, it looks good. Pretty straight forward and easy to do. Second, the actual reason, if there is a small amount of space it deters you and the family from making it the “drop zone”. You know, the area that gathers everyone’s stuff, is never clean and always a mess. Let’s skip all that by not allowing the space to be used like that.
Last, but not least, here’s a little coastal entry home decor inspiration. Take a look at these homes and what these owners are greeted with when they come home.
Go coastal with a chandelier that makes a statement! Complete the look in your home’s dining room or entryway with a chandelier that radiates coastal style. Once you’ve picked out a dining table that works in the dining room, accompany the space with chandelier that truly shines. Looking to finish your entryway? Hang an elegant chandelier that fills the space and welcomes all to your home. Well designed chandelier decor can complete a dining room or entryway unlike any other decor piece. Check out three of our favorite chandeliers we carry at Tuvalu Home!
The white wash metal and wood beads chandelier is a coastal inspired chandelier with wood beads has the perfect balance of natural elements and elegant lines. Shop this chandelier here!
The moroccan metal chandelier with coco sticks is a great way to add a touch of elegance to your coastal home. It creates a light and airy look in the space and hangs with purpose. Get a closer look the moroccan metal chandelier!
The currey & company palm beach lantern showcases a great combination of bamboo and wrought iron with its graceful curves and detailing. It’s a perfect chandelier for a tropical inspired beach home. Shop the palm beach lantern online!
The front door is one of the first things seen when you look at a home. It can add curb appeal and style to the house. A red front door, however, offers more than just curb appeal and style. Not only does the hue immediately grab the eye and draw you into the home, but it could signify more than just a style choice.
During American Colonial and Civil War times the red door was a symbol of safety. It meant that it was a safe place to stay and rest during travel and times of war.
In Feng Shui, a red front door means ‘welcome’ and red is the color of prosperity and abundance. Use the color of your front door to bring positive energy to yourself and your guests.
Another meaning behind a red painted front door is the Scottish tradition of a paid off mortgage. It’s a fun, semi-subtle way of saying you officially own your home and you’re debt free.
Colors sometimes carry meanings and so do objects. It’s a fun way to say something without actually saying it. If you’ve got free time you should look up more color and object meanings that have to with the home
Look what we found in this month’s Country Living! We found Dash & Albert’s Molly Indoor/Outdoor Rug! Dash & Albert create a classic, wide plaid rug with a modern combo of coral, brown, and taupe stripes. The rug is crafted out of recycled materials into a durable, washable indoor/outdoor weave. This rug would be perfect for high traffic areas and great in outdoor spaces! Take advantage of the durable, washable rug in places like the kitchen or even the bathroom! Shop the Dash & Albert Molly Rug now on TuvaluHome.com!