From left, the screened-in porch area of a lake home owned by a client of designer Betsy Burnham’s. Rugs can be a great way to delineate the space at an entryway. An imprinted concrete entryway of another home owned by a client of Burnham’s. Some designers suggest avoiding pale neutrals and solids in favor of slightly bolder colors, patterns and textures that hide dirt and signs of wear. The stone-tiled entryway of a lake home owned by a client of Burnham’s. It’s good to make entryways durable to withstand dripping umbrellas, muddy shoes and more.

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