entryway feng shui

  For a traditional decorative practice dating to ancient China, feng shui has a way of appearing in modern homes all over America! One of the Five Arts of Chinese Metaphysics dating back thousands of years, feng shui is the art of arranging the objects in an area (typically a home or other living space) […]

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  We know what you’re thinking – “wait, don’t all homes have an entryway?” If you’re defining an entryway as simply “the place where your front door opens up to”, then you would be right on a technicality. But an entryway in terms of interior design is a distinct area all unto itself, one that […]

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  In a lot of homes, the breezeway (or foyer, or mudroom, depending on where you live and what you call it) can go overlooked and underutilized. Most families just think of it as the place where winter boots, jackets, and backpacks go before you need them again, but there’s actually a lot of opportunities […]

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  Sometimes it seems like no matter how nicely organized your entryway is, there’s always something you’re stuck scrambling to find in the morning before you leave the house. Keys, phones, sunglasses, wallets—no matter what you need to be able to leave the house and get on with your day, it always goes much more […]

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  It’s not something a lot of us like to consider, but there are a number of homes out there that don’t actually have an entryway. Whether due to space concerns or design intentions, some homes are built with the door leading straight into a room such as the living room, or anything with a […]

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For all the people that talk about how “email is the future” and how “everything is going digital”, it sure feels like you still get a lot of mail, right? Maybe the previous tenant at your house used to get a lot of coupons sent there, maybe your bank hasn’t quite caught on to paperless […]

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 Anyone with kids, roommates, or even anyone who just owns a lot of clothes has probably run into constant entryway clutter.   Even after everyone’s broken the habit of throwing their coats on that one poor chair nobody sits in (no judgment, we all do it) it feels like your entryway, foyer, or mudroom can […]

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