Vintage Foyer / May 18, 2018 / Ellie Robin.
Turn your hall closet into a giant coat rack - If the single tension rod in your hall closet doesn’t cut it when it comes to storing your collection of jackets and coats, get rid of it. Take advantage of that precious vertical wall space by installing as many hooks as you want. You’ll be able to store at least twice as many coats and bags as before, and you won’t have to rely on mismatched hangers to do it. And in case you’re wondering, here’s how to easily organize everything in your closet.
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.
Find a unique vase or vessel that fits the space and make it a permanent fixture. Select a special piece, and then change the contents of the vase seasonally. Think branches with colorful leaves in the fall or cherry blossoms in the spring. The entry is the perfect spot for using carefully curated lighting. Be creative while searching for unusual wall sconces, a vintage chandelier, or that one-of-a-kind table lamp.
Lamps - If you have the space and you want to add a little extra visual interest to the area, lamps offer an attractive solution. Choose from floor lamps, which add a stately presence, and table lamps, which work well on consoles and shelving. Keep the lamp simple, but add a custom shade to create a sleek but interesting lighting solution. Play with different types of lightbulbs to determine the level of warmth or coolness that works best in the room. One final great thing about lamps is that you can move them around easily, and if you want to quickly change the look of your entryway you can simply swap out the lighting to keep things feeling fresh.