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Learn how to get a bold and bright entryway from this Victoria townhouse.
Create an entryway that sets the tone for the whole house.This bold Hygge and West wallpaper is the perfect introduction to this Victoria townhouse—the playful flora-and-fauna pattern and high-contrast hues infuse plenty of personality into a formerly bland beige space. The trick to incorporating such a dramatic print? “In a narrow space, keep it to just one wall, so it’s not overbearing,” suggests designer Kyla Bidgood. “And layer smart pieces in front.” Here, a custom walnut shoe cabinet and a vase of yellow blossoms offer a sense of balance.
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