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Refreshing and easy decorating tips to make your house a little less shabby and a little more chic. No renovations required.

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Refreshing and easy decorating tips to make your house a little less shabby and a little more chic. No renovations required.

Entryway

Photo Credit: Stephen Busken for Homepolish

1. Anchor Your Space

If you took anything away from geometry class, it's that symmetry is key--especially when it comes to home decorating. To achieve a polished, uniform look in your entryway, place two identical (and stunning) lamps on your console table. This also helps to fill a sparse wall.

2. One for the Money

Gallery walls are great and all, but sometimes one standout piece of art is much more impactful. If you have lots of space above your entryway and not one clue what to hang, DMG Studio will create a custom piece suited to your aesthetic and according to how much wall space you have.

3. Make a Statement

SPONSORED Your entryway is the first space people see when they walk into your home, so why not make it special with a bright Kelly green chest of drawers? To get that coveted lacquered satin finish, try Valspar Chalky Finish Paint in ?Grosgrain,? followed by a coat of their sealing wax. Watch this quick video to see how it's done.

4. Try a Natural Selection

Forget fresh flowers. (Quick math: $20 a week x 52 weeks = $1,040 a year!) Instead, add some life to your entryway with a low-maintenance succulent or snake plant trio that only requires you to water sparingly.

5. Clear the Way

Remember, folks: This is an entryway, so it should be kept uncluttered for comings and goings. Limit yourself to one focal piece (a chest or a set of chairs). You don't want anyone tripping anyone tripping as they leave your house.

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