Over the last week I have been building a piece of furniture meant to use in a foyer.
I thought I would look up the official definition of FOYER for you and share it:
A foyer in a house is usually a small entry area or room by the front door. Other public rooms such as the living room, dining room, and family room typically attach to it, along with any main stairway. It was initially intended as an "airlock", separating the fireplace-heated rooms from the (colder, in winter) front entrance, where cold air infiltration made for cold drafts and low temperatures. It is commonly used for outer garment and umbrella storage for both residents and guests.
The piece I built meets these needs perfectly and I'm eager to share it with you.
It has fancy hooks, knobs, and posts to hang your items from.
It has hidden storage and open shelves.
It also has a great mirror and big surface for catching your shopping bags
or displaying things you love, like those flowers being given to you in mid February.
HERE you can see some of the parts that made this piece come together.
Also if you're interested in an interview I recently did pop on over to: