If your entryway opens to a close wall, put up a sizable graphic of something that a) you love b) has depth and c) provides something you wish to bring into your life. As an example, in the event that you crave romance, put up a delightful, colorful image of a happy couple doing anything you wish you may be doing, maybe traveling. If you crave excitement and some risk, find a colorful image of the running of the bulls at Pamplona, or anything else that'll offer you a thrill each single time you take a look at it (this might be especially strong for someone who works in the stock market). If your entryway opens up to an exit doorway, arrange the furniture so the stream of traffic (and chi) has to move around a bit. This may mean including a side table, or setting a sizable plant in a strategic place. Hanging a crystal will do if there is no room for anything like that.
This really isn't to say that decoration or all interior decorating elements should be the exact same but they should interact and complement each other to strengthen the whole structure. Decor of Outstanding Leaded Glass Double Entry Doors Mounted by Exterior Door Handleset Toward Outdoor Potted Plants with Wrought Iron Pot Stand Closed to Exterior White Brick supported with many elements like contemporary entry hall console tables, shoe storage, and entryway cabinet. Particulars shouldn't be obvious but they should be right, improving the overall feel of a home design.