6 Beautiful Entryways That Will Make A Lasting Impression On Your Guests

6 Beautiful Entryways That Will Make A Lasting Impression On Your Guests
November 8, 2022 hometrust

6 Beautiful Entryways That Will Make A Lasting Impression On Your Guests

What’s the first thing your guests see when they step into your home? The entryway.

If you’re planning to host regularly, you’ll want to make sure that your entryway is well-designed, and serves as a welcoming environment to any guests.

Check out these 6 beautiful entryways for more inspiration:

1. This Modern Entryway Complete With Artwork

contemporary entryway with artwork and display cabinets
213 Jurong East ($60,000) by Elysian Design Studio

We love how clean and modern this entryway looks. The marble tiles are a nice touch, and the artwork is a great conversation starter.

2. This Minimal, Less-Is-More Entryway

scandinavian entryway with bookshelf and ceiling light
Alkaff Crescent ($37,000) by MET Interior

This entryway is minimal, stylish, and fun, all at once. The terrazzo wallpaper adds a touch of whimsy to the space, preventing the white-on-white approach from coming off too stark.

3. This Luxurious-Looking Entryway That’s All About The Glamour

modern entryway with mirror and seating bench
78 Kingsford Waterbay ($110,000) by Mr Shopper Studio

If you’re all about elegant, glamorous spaces, this entryway will be right up your alley. The dark wood tones are sophisticated and tasteful, especially when contrasted against the marble block that serves as a decorative shelf.

4. This Entryway That Brings Nature Indoors

contemporary entryway with mirror and seating bench
289D Punggol Place ($100,000) by Elysian Design Studio

With the vertical plant wall and the larger-than-life mirror, this entryway certainly has that wow factor. We like how the cabinetry serves dual purposes – it allows the homeowners to store their shoes and other items, and also serves as a bench at the same time.

5. This Japanese-Inspired Entryway

modern entryway with curtain and stools
528C Costa Ris ($51,000) by The Interior Lab Pte Ltd

With the light wood and white colour palette, and the door curtains, this design is unmistakably Japanese. If you’ve always liked simple, uncluttered spaces that speak for themselves, you’ll want to take a leaf out of this design’s book!

6. This Grand Asian-Inspired Entryway

asian entryway with mirror and seating bench
One Robin ($180,000) by Mr Shopper Studio

While this entryway features dark wood instead of light, it’s also undeniably Asian-inspired. The floor-to-ceiling mirrors make the entrance look a lot larger and more grand, giving guests a sense of spaciousness as they enter.

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