{Entrance Hall) The Rug

I’m too excited to chit-chat, so let’s get right to the first layer of creating an inviting Entrance Hall.

 Hi Sugarplum | 5 Steps to a Fab Foyer

Hi Sugarplum | 5 Steps to Creating an Entrance Hall: The Rug

I’m not a big fan of our tile, but replacing it isn’t in the budget…so covering most of it with a rug is the more affordable option. It’s also an opportunity to bring warmth and texture to the space.

Hi Sugarplum | 5 Steps to Creating an Entrance Hall: The Rug

Hopefully, you have a good mat outside the door, so guests can wipe
their feet before coming in. But with kids, that’s not always the case.
It didn’t take me long to discover light-colored rugs near the door are not
our friend. So after ruining a few good rugs, I went with this durable jute rug.

Hi Sugarplum | 5 Steps to Creating an Entrance Hall: The Rug

Dirt can easily be shaken out, and I can flip it if we have any accidents. The jute is also comfortable on bare feet, and the price can’t be beat. #thatrhymed #thisisnotaninfomercial

Hi Sugarplum | 5 Steps to Creating an Entrance Hall: The Rug

It also adds good texture to balance out the shiny floors and mirror, and warms up the space.

Hi Sugarplum | 5 Steps to Creating an Entrance Hall: The Rug

Hi Sugarplum | 5 Steps to Creating an Entrance Hall: The Rug

The room is already improved and more defined! What kind of rug do you have in your entry?

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