The common belief is that it a first impression is formed within a few seconds after meeting someone. The first impressions always matter. When it comes to your home, that introduction is made in your entryway. This first impression of interior design will set the tone of your abode not just for your guests, but for yourself as well. Today we’re offering a few tips to improving the look and feel of your corridor.
Hanging a large mirror will open up your hallway, manipulating the illusion of space. If your hall is short, a wide angle mirror will elongate the scene. If your hall is long and barren, installing a series of skyscraper-styled mirrors along the corridor will open up the setting. Guests also appreciate the addition of a mirror to your entrance hallway as it allows them to “fix themselves up” upon arrival and departure.