You may remember when I was playing around with wallpaper, painted stripes and color palettes for the Upper West Side apartment - here. Well, after settling into a palette for the living area, I went back and tweaked the plan for the entry. In this view you see three of the four walls and two of the four doorways, the bar cabinet and console would actually be facing each other on opposite walls. The hall to the bedroom and entry to the kitchen would be behind you. The hall to the front door is to the right. Since the living room opens up to the entry way, I wanted to keep a cohesive flow of color. I liked the blues in the original mock-ups, but I like this feel better. The ceiling fixture is vintage Fredrik Ramond from his California Collection. I have to say, I do like its masculine wood and brass look. Also, there are two other ceiling fixtures in the adjacent hallways and I found these in several sizes, so it could be a plan, but other options were sourced as well. However, the ceiling height is a bit low, which meant the giant Maskros in the original mock-up would be out. Also, I learned there is no outlet near the lamp on the console, that will be out too and, hence, the ceiling fixture would need to have more than one bulb - and that, my friends, is all you get with the IKEA Maskros. The print on the right was sourced from 20 x 200 and the one on the left is one of my photos. There is not really any natural light in the entry, so I wanted to bring some green in, if only in the art. You can see it full screen here.