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the entryway of a home is one the most important spaces to decorate. It is like the opening chapter of a book, its got to be good.
Old World Spanish-Style Entryway. The arched doorway and wrought-iron chandelier give this entryway an Old World Spanish look. The neutral tones blend in with the outdoor surroundings, and the tile on the floor and stair risers integrate Spanish-inspired materials into the home. The staircase rises above the doorway, which is a clever way to create more open space in the home.
This soft, neutral green entryway allows for a warm and rustic welcome. Photo by Hannah Maple Studio via Style Me Pretty
Corsican Mint ~ Wonderful, mat forming groundcover that features tight green, aromatic foliage. Tiny lavender flowers in summer. Plant as a lawn substitution or between stones so that the gentle scent of mint is released when walked on. Excellent for front entryways and back patios. Will take moist areas as well as normal landscape scenarios and will reseed easily in the garden.