After providing you with a vast gallery of furniture ideas for a modern entrance we will now delve into what are the best design solutions to furnish a small and dark entrance, then an environment with reduced square footage and a small square footage and low light.
By paying attention and a few simple factors and relying on easy-to-realize solutions, it will be possible to radically change the perception of this particular environment, for example by expanding it using the most appropriate colors, wide mirrors and the perfect lighting system. Then discover ideas and suggestions that can be the perfect source of inspiration for you about just continue to read…
Colors for a small, dark entrance
Designing and furnishing a small entrance without natural light sources will mean first of all pay close attention to the choice of colors that will characterize it. As it is easy to imagine the best choice is that of white that can be used in combination with natural wood and very muted pastel shades. If you dare, you can also insert contrasting elements but be careful not to overburden the environment.
Glass doors for a small, dark entrance
Another perfect solution to try to recover brightness is to choose a glass-front door that allows the light to penetrate even in a rather tenuous way. Here we show you some suggestive solutions that range from modern and multicolored entrance doors to more sober but equally elegant solutions.
Mirrored walls and mirrors for a small, dark entrance
Another foolproof solution to increase the brightness and amplitude of the perceived space, especially within a small and dark entrance, is to rely on mirrors. If you want to enlarge the perception of the environment by almost twice as much, you can create an entire mirrored wall that will also reflect the lights, further widening the brightness. There are also large design mirrors for entry to be combined with modern consuls with a particular character.
Lighting for a small and dark entrance
If your entrance is particularly dark and cramped, you will need to study the insertion of a lighting system that values it in a simple and decidedly unwieldy way. In addition to relying on classic ceiling spotlights you can use very special projection lights capable of giving a three-dimensional visual effect, using the LED’s you can create light guides horizontally or vertically that will enhance the whole environment.