Vintage Foyer / June 12, 2018 / Kenya Kumar.
Chic Subway - Subway tiles are probably the most popular and most versatile choice around. Bathrooms, backsplashes, kitchen floors and in the foyer, it will always do its job. AM Dolce Vita showed off how sleek and chic a foyer’s foundation can be when going with a glossy white. Wooden Chevron - Maybe you’re envisioning a more farmhouse-inspired entrance. Wooden, chevron styles may be what fits that bill and here’s a beautiful example from Studio M of how you can make it happen in a tasteful way. We love this idea especially for when foyers or entryways flow into mudrooms.
Ceiling Fixtures - Ceiling lights don’t have to blend in seamlessly the way some lighting does, and if you don’t have the space for a chandelier, this type of fixture is a smart way to add visual interest to your entryway. Choose from traditional, elegant, contemporary or bold styles to fit your home and add a dynamic feel. From flushmount ceiling lights to semi-flushmount and track lighting, ceiling lights offer versatility in addition to casting pleasant ambient lighting. Track lights are a great option for highlighting specific areas or works of art, while all ceiling lights add a lovely glow to the area without limiting overhead space.
Entryway Bench - For those with an entryway that accommodates, a bench is a must. Benches come in all sorts of sizes and colors, so it’s likely you can find one that suits your needs. Look for simple styles that you can adorn with colorful throw pillows to spruce up your décor. A wooden, rustic entryway bench with storage is the way to warmly welcome people inside while upholstered entryway benches allow visitors a comfortable place to take off their shoes. Whatever style you choose, make sure it matches the overall décor theme of the room.
Imagine walking into your home as a visitor. What would greet you as you enter? Maybe a mess of shoes by the door or a less than desirable paint color. If this sounds like your entryway, it’s time to upgrade your space. Your entryway is the first impression people have of your home. So, it’s important to spend the time to make the room look its best. Here are a few tips on how you can improve your entryway.