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Keep chaos at a minimum with a designated entryway spot for keys, wallets and sunglasses.

Wood considers his entryway an introduction to the many things he loves: layers of texture and color, books, art, and chinoiserie.

A slatted door leads from the street to a covered entry in front of the foyer.

In the entry, a Pierre Jeanneret armchair in bright Cavallini pony skin from Edelman stands out against the brown paneling.

A fresh spirit starts at the front door in designer Lynn Morgan's historic Savannah row house.

A slatted door leads from the street to a covered entry in front of the foyer.

The entry hall sets the "winter forest" tone for the apartment.

All the antique American hooked rugs in this house designed by Barbara Westbrook, including those in this entryway, are from Rubs by Robinson.

  • Charlotte Franklin

    Love the wood and natural tones in this foyer

  • Violet Jones

    I love the chest and the clock. They make me think of my grandparents home where there was always a sense of safety, peace, comfort, and love.

  • Nicola Docherty Butler

    this is so inviting, warm and cosy, makes me feel relaxed straight away

A red cashmere throw from J. Roaman hangs over a bench in the hallway of the designer's California home.

The entry sets the mood of the house, mixing antiques and flea market finds in an ebullient color scheme — turquoise and raspberry.

In the entry, Fontana Arte sconces from the 1950s flank Burt Glinn's iconic photograph of Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol, and Chuck Wein coming out of a manhole.

An entry wall in Ralph Lauren's Bone Black sets off vintage chairs upholstered in the simple white cotton Fulk used throughout the house.

A weathered old table from Michael Trapp anchors a wall in the central hall.

Designer Susan Ferrier used a Richard Mulligan lantern, a 17th-century armchair, Directoire Dog Bed console, with custom finish, by Bobby McAlpine for MacRae, and Pier mirror fabricated by Stonehenge Framing.

In the entry, Schnell and Davis painted the walls China White by Benjamin Moore.

The entry of a late-19th-century house in Brooklyn is a showstopper, with walls in Benjamin Moore's Razzle Dazzle.

The entry's hand-blocked wallpaper is Claremont's Palm Stripe.