Vintage Foyer / June 12, 2018 / Kenya Kumar.
When it comes to choosing the perfect lighting for an entryway, start by considering the scale of the entryway along with any furniture, artwork or mirrors that you might want to highlight. Select fixtures that complement the architecture and design of your home while casting the right glow. You won’t find a strict set of rules that tell you exactly what type of fixture to use in every situation, but Pottery Barn has some entryway lighting ideas to get you thinking about your options.
Display plants on DIY floating shelves - We’re all for practicality, but why not add some happiness-inducing greenery to spruce up your entryway? We even put together this list of the best houseplants and planters to make doing so as easy as possible. You can also install a couple floating shelves (here are 15 breathtaking shelves you don’t have to DIY) above your console table or coat rack to display potted plants or vases of flowers.
Your entryway is often the first impression that visitors have of your home. Not only is it the space outside the home that can enhance your curb appeal, but the inside foyer that can also be a place where you can welcome guests and make them feel comfortable. If you decorate your home for the seasons, now is a good time to change up your entryway décor to match the warming temperatures of spring.
High Gloss - Check out this chic, high gloss tile and the stunning, crisp entrance it helps to create! For a no-fuss finish we definitely recommend going with a similar design in a neutral of your choice. Again, you’ll set a solid foundation that can easily blend and change when and if the decor around it does. Small Checkered - Checkered prints are a timeless choice as well. And the smaller you go the more interest and contemporary appeal you’ll be bringing into the space. Check out similar inspiration over at Enig Wonen.