Adventurous Family Home
Daniel Blue Architectural Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. A landing padYou may not have a grand foyer, but you deserve somewhere to decompress for a moment when you arrive home. Take a little bit of space by the front door to include somewhere to drop your coat and keys, as well as a seat for quick moments such as when tying a shoe. A mirror and a glass table will open up the look of the space, and a bouquet of flowers will provide a welcoming touch.
Think clearlyIf you don’t have the budget (or the need) for a big piece of bespoke furniture like the one in the last image, another smart (and straightforward) option for petite rooms is clear acrylic furniture. You can buy anything from chairs to consoles and bedside tables in transparent acrylic, and all of them will create the appearance of more space.The open design of this console means extra seating or storage can be popped underneath it, too, without crowding the room.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
2. Tuck away furniture. A glass console table takes up little visual space while providing a handy surface in this entry. The clear table allows the custom bench to be the star, its colorful serape upholstery setting the tone for the home. It can be pulled out with ease for putting on or taking off shoes and tucked out of the way underneath the table when not in use.