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.
Entryway Table - If a bench is too wide for your small space, try a narrow entryway table. These tables should sit flush to a wall and only be able to hold a few things, so you’ll have to choose your entryway table décor wisely. A small vase with flowers is usually a great piece to include on your entryway table. A small bowl or basket is not only decorative but can help you remember where you put your keys! If you can find it, a small lamp is also a nice feature to have, whether you have a light fixture in your entryway or not. A small, decorative table lamp can help add soft lighting as the sun goes down to make your home look cozy and welcoming.