Entryway cabinet is providing valuable storage or display space, and offers a wide variety of design options. Even a normal cabinet can add character and charm if paint is used to dress up – and get creative on design and finish you choose.
If you prefer a less detailed corridor to entryway cabinet, dress with a striped pattern design. stripes are easy to paint, even if you are not artistically inclined, since you can use masking tape to separate sections and keep lines straight. With a striped pattern, colors you use have biggest impact on appearance of cabinet finish. If you prefer a discreet design, start with a base color to match corridor walls, and add a second color stripes in a darker or lighter shade.
Like stripes, dots make an easy to paint in a riding hall closet when you want to give more personality and style. Keep scale of cabinet in mind when choosing size of their points, however, a larger cabinet and look amazing with great points and a smaller cabinet will look best with small dots. You can use any home circular object is right size to create points tracing around it with a pencil. For a more three-dimensional appearance, you can vary size of dots through housing. As with stripes, colors you choose are important. Try to paint entryway cabinet a neutral white or cream-colored, and use of your wall color to complete dots for a fun but simple look.