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 The perfect foyer would hold two adults and ten kids in Halloween costumes.

Every time we open our front door, we should be entering the most significant space in our lives. Celebrate your foyer. It is the overture of the house, the collection of every element, those things seen and not yet seen.

The foyer is a place of coming and going. Handshakes and hugs. Kisses and tears. It gives us the basis for a reoccurring ritual we practice everywhere… seeking the elusive feeling of being welcomed.

“Home: Celebrating the Spaces of Your Heart” by Renee Garrison and Tom Szumlic