March 7, 2012

shut the front door!


How do you create a fun and
charming impression for friends and family

Keep your entry hall clean and uncluttered.

Have useful and pretty lighting,
and a table of counter space
to set down keys, bags and other things
that you may be carrying
when you come in the front door.

Remember first impressions are important! 




























ciao! fabiana

15 comments:

Style Sisters said...

Love all these ideas! I grew up in Newport Beach and I miss all the unique front doors!
Karin

Pieced Pastimes said...

You found some real beauties. The front door can really make such a huge difference on a house. Thanks for sharing.

Handbags*N*Pigtails said...

As someone who owns an old home and will be renovating the front entryway(hopefully this summer!) I found a lot of inspiration in this post. Thanks so much!:)

chateau chic said...

All these gorgeous front doors and entry ways are reminding me how ugly our front door is. We still have the builder's special. Ick! We need to work on that.
I'm a new follower and hope you'll stop by.
Mary Alice

Millie said...

Love this post Fabiana, the Dutch door is my absolute fave! Wish we didn't have a steel door at my house or I'd probably have sawn it in half by now!! xo

Carey Brown Strombotne said...

i am all over those lime green doors! they make the perfect welcoming statement.

Princess Kate said...

I love every single one!!! Thanks for sharing.

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Gorgeous inspirations!! Love them! Thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!

Gwen @ The Bold Abode said...

Those are amazing! I'm about to update mine..so it was so fun seeing these!

Ruth said...

I love the first one.

SwedishCorner-DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Beautiful!
... some great ideas and lovely inspiration :)

Greetings from Australia♥

Laguna Dirt said...

Love the doors! I have been collecting shots of doors around Laguna to post, but I love your idea of photos taken from inside as well!!

arrielle_p said...

What a lovely doors. I adore these door pictures + loving them all, #8 is my favorite. Thank you for sharing. :)

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Tameka Lauricella said...

I would have to say all of them are fitting to be inspirations! However, I think aesthetic value only comes second to the functionality of the door. You wouldn’t want a beautiful door that can’t protect your home from intruders, right? Well, all of them do look sturdy and durable, so they’re combinations of beauty and function.


@Tameka Lauricella

Patio Door Replacement said...

Thanks for sharing such a great blog... I am impressed with you taking time to post a nice info.



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