Hight or Low? One Front Hall Vignette

One front hall vignette has an entry-level budget; the other is VIP. Can you tell which is which?



Photography, Mark Burstyn 

Palawan pendant, Must Société,

Troy Lighting’s Calabria table lamp, Robinson Lighting & Bath,

Joss+Main’s Connerton mirror, Wayfair,

Scott vase, Roche Bobois,

Akita console, In Style Home,

Apex ottoman, Roche Bobois,

Pak Finest Gabbeh 4′ x 6′ rug, Ecarpetgallery,

Velvet Ivory ottoman, Home Société,

Kani palm, Urban Barn,

Low $2,151



Photography, Mark Burstyn 

Torared large pendant, $49, (plus Sunneby cord set, $12, and BeautiTone white spray paint, $9),  IKEA,

Ceramic table lamp, HomeSense,

Nissedal mirror, IKEA,

Konstfull vase, IKEA,

Natya console, Mobilia,

Marshmallow ottoman, Home Société,

Langsted 4’4″ x 6’5″ rug, IKEA,

Evella ottoman, Mobilia,

Fejka bird of paradise, IKEA,

Dream Weavers

Evoking a casual, tropical vibe, pendants woven from natural materials like rattan, rope, jute, wicker and seagrass bring an easy, breezy style. It’s fun to go big with these fixtures thanks to the airy, open weave that doesn’t overwhelm. Bonus: at night, they cast intriguing shadows.  



Nahanni Pendant, $198, Renwil,




Jonathan Y’s Luna pendant, $133, Amazon,



Hemp Rope Ceiling Lamp, $180, Bouclair,

Table Talk

A narrow console table in or near the entryway provides the best of both worlds: a place for a welcoming display and room to stash keys and other grab-and-go essentials. Hidden storage (drawers or cabinets) keeps clutter at bay, while the tabletop and, ideally, a lower open shelf offer space to display items that announce your sense of style at the front door. 



Cane and wood console table, $350, Bouclair,

Pick a pouf

The versatile pouf is equally at home in the entryway, living room, or even as a perch in a bathroom, if there’s space.



Circus pouf, Jamais Assez,



Everly Quinn ottoman, Wayfair,




Cambie bouclé ottoman, Tonic Living,




Keira velvet pouf, Structube,



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