We want to inspire you, to get you thinking about your next decorating update or total redo. So browse our latest creations: each has information about HOW WE DID IT plus a link to detailed descriptions and price information on the items we used.
Make a great first impression with three entryway essentials: seat, surface, and mirror.
The red door demanded equally strong color inside, so we opted for our uber-popular Sunflower Zebra chair with nailhead trim tracing its updated wingback silhouette.
The Madrid Scrolls console fills the "surface" role beautifully. In addition to the hand-tooled leather top to catch mail, keys, and handbags, it has a lower shelf plus three deep drawers with forged iron pulls. The dark finish complements the chair legs.
With its antiqued wood frame evoking a Gothic rose window, the Olympia mirror is an architectural element blending form and function. The intriguing metal sculpture with antiqued silver finish joins greenery and books to complete this welcoming setting.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Your entry is where you make a fabulous first impression, so we immediately swooned over the bamboo fretwork of this slender console. Perfect for a small space, it's just 16 inches deep but loaded with style with its antiqued-gold finish and mirrored top.
To keep the chinoiserie chic going, we channeled the influence of traditional blue-and-white porcelain in a shapely ceramic lamp and our Panthea flatweave rug - it's reversible, so perfect for a high-traffic area!
The best wall d?cor for an entry is a mirror - it makes the space feel larger and brighter, plus it gives you a place to check your look before you're out the door. This Chippendale style has a glossy faux-horn finish.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Make a glamorous first impression with reflective surfaces and touches of gold in your entryway. Our granite-topped mirrored console offers loads of convenient storage in addition to its traffic-stopping beauty. Twin Pacifica buffet lamps are dramatic in glossy black with crystal accents and gold-lined black silk shades.
The Knot mirror is wheel-engraved and cut by hand with interlocking strips of gold and black glass forming the unique frame. We grabbed the Spode "Woodlands" serving bowl from the china cabinet and filled it with preserved hydrangeas for a low, lush finishing touch.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
One of the warmest welcomes we've created, this entryway started with a dramatic russet-hued wall that perfectly sets off the dark wood and gracefully carved detailing of our 'Maryetta' console (we tucked a basket underneath to catch catalogs and mail).
The shape and texture of Regina-Andrew's 'Ribbon Coral' lamp adds a sculptural note as well as a cozy glow. And because every entry needs a place to sit, we opted for the 'Country' armchair with woven seat -- we love the contrast of its light wood with the console.
The framed Persian tile -- one in a set of three -- picks up the color from wall and floor, where we used our so-popular 'Panthea' rug in indigo blue and white.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Every entryway has two purposes: to make an impression on visitors, and to make your comings and goings easier. Our Prescott mirrored console accomplishes both: the surface adds reflected light and a sense of more space, and two doors conceal ample storage for mail, keys, cell phone charging station, and more.
The ?Frost on Sapphire? painting, one in a set of two, adds peaceful color and picks up the shade of our grasscloth wall. We love the hourglass shape of the John-Richard double-gourd lamp. The brass horse, one in a set of two, is an antique, and the faux coral sculpture adds dramatic shape and texture. One of our most popular oushak rugs, ?Meadow? is a hand-knotted wool beauty in shades of palest blue and cream.
Every entry benefits from a place to sit; when space allows, we like this chic Linda chair and ottoman from Lee Industries ? the perfect spot to stop, drop your bag, and take your shoes off!SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
Talk about a fabulous first impression! If your entry looks this elegantly put-together, the rest of the house benefits, too.
Once again, artful restraint makes the difference, aided and abetted by classic symmetry. We started with John-Richard’s sculptural Trenton console, solid wood with ebony veneers and boxwood inlays on brass-plated feet. The ebony story continues with the Gannon lamp’s rich finish beneath a creamy fabric shade.
The pure geometry of the Norlina mirrors (sold in pairs) creates a light-reflecting focal point. Our Osburn rug, tufted by hand of hand-spun New Zealand wool, adds subtle color to this regally neutral setting.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
We admit it: we love an eclectic mix, and nowhere more so than in an entry where first impressions are so important.
We started with a bamboo-motif mirror, gleaming with hand-applied gold leaf. Flanking it are Moroccan-inspired metal sonces with a honeycomb of antiqued brass inset with faceted glass for a dazzling pattern of light.
Echoing the mirror?s frame, gilded fretwork edges an antique Chinese table. We slipped a pouf of ivory hairhide underneath for contrast in color and texture, then finished the look with a vegetable-dyed oushak rug.SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >
A good first impression is always important. In your home, that impression is up to the entryway, so we went for 'wow', starting with the graceful Hendricks double-pedestal console, a dramatic 72" wide -- large enough to support two floor mirrors: the 83" metal-framed arched style, ours exclusively, and the 68" 'Antique French' beauty with an artfully distressed frame.
We needed lamps that wouldn't be overwhelmed by the mirrors. Twin Barron buffet lamps with brass accents are the perfect choice. A lavish faux floral arrangement adds color and softness.
For this high-ceilinged space, we chose two Crescent wing chairs with gorgeous tapestry-patterned fabric, then added our exclusive Ellsworth tufted ottoman, topped with a large, shallow basket for books and magazines (or handbags and keys).SHOP ITEMS IN THIS ROOM >