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Entryway style with Nicole Valentine Don, Korryn Bentley and Steph Bond-Hutkin

It’s the first thing you see when you walk into your door; the first glimpse of home after a long day. We think of the entryway as your first impression – and as we know, first impressions count!

We asked three style buffs on what they cant live without in their entryways.

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Nicole Valentine Don, Stylist and Blogger at The Transcontinental Affair

“An entryway for me is not complete without a doormat for wiping dirty shoes. If you come to my house, I prefer that you actually take your shoes off and leave them on the mat (I’m Canadian like that). A nice mirror is always a good idea for a quick check before you run out the door and I love adding circular shapes to my space wherever I can.”
Nicole’s pick: Madras Mat in Natural

Follow Nicole on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and check out her website.

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Korryn Bentley, Freedom Senior Homewares Buyer

“I can’t live without my Sixties console – it welcomes me every time I walk in my front door. I have a table lamp that sits upon it that I turn on when I get home to find my way down the hallway. I detest clutter and my console hides away all the junk mail and newspapers I bring home. Plus, it’s a perfect spot to leave my keys.”
Korryn’s pick: Sixties Buffet in Natural

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Steph Bond-Hutkin, Blogger at Bondville

“I love the soft glow of a welcoming lamp in my entryway when I come home. The Cordon Table Lamp ticks all the boxes – minimalist, chic and the red cord makes it a real head-turner.”
Steph’s pick: Cordon Table Lamp

Follow Steph on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and head to her blog for more. 

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