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Entry and staircase decorating ideas

October 9, 2019

Although not the most important place in the house and serves only as a passage from one room to another, the staircase should not be neglected when you decide to bring innovation and style to your home. It places your guests first see when they enter the house and make sure it exudes a fresh and welcoming atmosphere.

Check out some of our ideas for designing your foyer in any style you can imagine.

If you want your kids to feel special and helpful, decorate your hallway with their drawings. This way, you will make the child happy and make space bright at the same time.


Put plenty of pictures on your staircase. Feel free to cover an entire wall with pictures, be it art paintings, old photos, photos of your family or photos of your furry friends that you consider to be part of the family.

If you are a „playful“ type of person, a colourful staircase design will be the right thing for your house. And if you have a child, the better: you will make more than one person happy. And just be imaginative. We gave just some of the many examples of how this sappy staircase can look - in one of countless colours.

Also, if you love colourful, consider patterned ceramic tiles that will give your home a sophisticated look.

If you are more of a modern spirit, an entry of this type would be perfect for you: modern details and a bold choice of colours and furniture.


Lately, a lot of people who want a little different style from what they have seen so far are choosing this kilim-style oriental carpet runner for stairs (but also for rooms).

If you are not a fan of this pattern, there are many other stair runner patterns. In addition to providing softness and warmth underfoot, the runner also prevents walkers from slipping on possibly slick wooden treads.

The sculptural stairs look more like a work of art and require the work to be done by a connoisseur of this work. Stairs like this change the whole impression of the house and create a dramatic first impression.

If you have room under the stairs and don't know what to do, there are many ways to create storage space like the one in the picture. If you want to cover the things you store there, consider inserting beaded-board panelling. The wallcovering could disguise the entrance to the storage space.


The timeless look of a combination of dark and white is the right choice when it comes to stairs. Choose a durable colour and a firm transparent finish for the surface you are treading.

In addition to being very effective, the wraparound staircase has an open construction that allows the house to be filled with light and emphasize high ceilings and windows.

This type of classically decorated staircase with slender wood poles is elegant, warm and welcoming.

Woodin every shape gives warmth to your home, so that is the case with the wooden staircase. It comes in many shapes, patterns, and colours, so it's up to you to choose your style.


The staircase provides many storage options, and this is just another one. Consider whether it is possible to make drawers inside the stairs and use them for the things you always need in the staircase, such as footwear.

If you want to create a specific atmosphere, you must also pay attention to the floors. The two-tone wooden floor reflects the spirit of the old wooden-themed foyer, and you can incorporate it into a contemporary design with fence and light colours on the walls.

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