Vintage Foyer / May 18, 2018 / Ellie Robin.
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.
Make smart use of a nearby closet - If you’re lucky enough to have an entryway closet in your, ahem, entryway, take advantage of it. Even the world’s smallest, most poorly designed entryway closet has room for growth — and plenty of coats. With a smart layout (and some major decluttering), you can easily maximize the space in your entryway closet to fit everything you need. Install spice racks to hold notebooks and mail. Use wall hooks to store bags, purses, and umbrellas. Store shoes in plastic drawers. And use baskets to store accessories like hats, gloves and scarves.
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.
Entryway Color Ideas - Light is one of the biggest concerns when it comes to the entryway. They are often smaller spaces that often only have the natural light coming from the doorway. The best colors for entryway paint are always lighter hues. From neutrals that go with everything to a warm pastel, choose something that will be the backdrop of your foyer décor.