Great Rugs in the Entryway

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Entryways can be such boring spaces that hold practical things like shoes, coats and other random items. They become a catch all for that which cannot make it to their actual home. For me, my sunglasses always gather right on the entryway table like a herd of sheep. I also have a large tray that on some days holds bouquets of flowers and other days mail and trash. Basically entryways often become ignored.

One detail that you can add to create an instantly beautiful entryway without even trying is a fabulous rug. A colored or patterned rug can set a sophisticated tone for your home. When guests first arrive, they will be pleasantly greeted at the door. For a vibrant look, choose a rug with lots of color and pattern.

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A neutral rug with simple patterns still can create a pretty tone in your entryway. The rug seen above fits perfectly with a more modern, simplistic aesthetic.

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Of course you want something durable and practical for heavy traffic. Synthetic rugs are a great option for entryways. Also dark tones, patterns and a thick weave are all important details for an entryway rug.  

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You can go simplistic with entryway furniture and accessories. But if it’s too minimalist for you, remembering that adding a patterned rug will do the job of creating a strikingly beautiful entryway!

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Kirsten Grove has always had a passion for interior design. Simply Grove is Kirsten's creative outlet for all things aesthetically beautiful. Started in 2008 as a way to show off eye catching design and decor from all over the world, Simply Grove has become a hang-out for like-minded creatives with a love of interiors and an appetite for design eye-candy. You will also find Kirsten featured in publications and sites like Better Homes and Gardens, Lucky Magazine, RealLiving Magazine, Elle, and Design Sponge to just name a few. She was also named one of Babble’s Top 50 Design Mom Bloggers of 2011 and has been a speaker at Alt Summit 2011, 2012 and 2013.