We might think the entrance is neutral, but it’s actually not the case. It’s the very first room of the house which can set the scene. A sort of antechamber which sets the tone of a place. Telling a story in your entrance is a good way to express your personality and reveal your style. Instead of hiding the objects of your daily life, it’s better to highlight them by associating them to other objects of the house, thanks to their colours, forms and materials. Curios, vases, candelabrum but also holidays pictures and bargain-hunted carpets will echo each other and give a lot of character and charm to your entrance. So it’s time to empty our cupboards! Use the most original objects you find. Showcase your vestibule just like Chloé Macintosh. Use mirror effects and accumulations. Dare the mysterious panoramas just like the couple of interior designers David Chaplain and Alexandre Roussard. Add a lot of your personality thanks to strong tints. Amélie Colombet has already chosen. Dark colours for her. A pattern she used in every passing spaces in her apartment, like a feature. This is the strenght of the entrance. It’s the first and last room we see. The one we remember.