First Impressions Matter

Whether spacious or small, these 8 entryways set the tone of the home

Like a first impression, a home entryway is the first thing a guest sees. This simple but important space sets the tone for the rest of what is to come. Whether you’re returning home after a long day or entertaining guests, the first glimpse of interior is a preface for your mood.  Here’s a roundup of the 8 most eye-catching entryways that effortlessly set a precedent for the rest of the home.

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This Vail home went from drab to fab in 2021. See more at A Bright and Airy Contemporary Mountain Home


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By highlighting historic details like the staircase alongside subtle pops of color, a traditional Denver home pairs the old with the new. See more at A Denver Square Home With Queen Anne Details

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Photo by Emily Minton Redfield

With intricate flooring on this Tudor home in Hilltop, you’re ushered into a delicate balance between busy and fresh. See more at 2021 Home of the Year: Great Expectations

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Photo by Emily Minton Redfield

Dark-toned wood against the white walls of this Weld County home entryway transports guests from the rustic outdoors to a lighter and brighter living area inside. See more at The Ultimate Hangout With Views for Miles

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A coat rack created by JMD and built by Joe Burleigh of Carbondale’s Roaring Forge adds depth to a small entry in this Aspen abode. See more at A Customized Contemporary Haven in Aspen

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The eye-catching tile tone coaxes visitors into this color-friendly ranch in Cherry Hills Village. See more at A Contemporary Farmhouse With Coastal Style

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Photo by Emily Minton Redfield

At Five Points, the Burkett family opens their doors to a personalized tile installment. See more at A Beacon in Five Points 

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Photo by Jess Blackwell

The brass wall shelf from CB2 is home to a collection of in theme pieces for this Capitol Hill loft. Without peeking at any other rooms, this delightful collection primes visitors for an eclectic artwork experience. See more at A Bright and Modern Loft in Capitol Hill

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