Vintage Foyer / March 26, 2018 / Mathilde Fine.
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.
Start with your front door décor. A floral wreath can really help to brighten up your entryway. Now is also a great time to get your front porch flowers planted so they are ready to bloom as the weather changes. A front door welcome mat is a great addition to your spring entryway décor. Choose one in a pastel like lavender or blush pink to get the look.
Label your coat rack - A classic wall-mounted coat rack in an entryway is always a good idea. It’s easy to install, saves floor space, and adds a welcome dose of personality to an otherwise bland part of the home. This particular coat rack, however, kicks functionality up a notch. How? With chalkboard labels. You can label your hooks by type of outerwear (like in the photo above) or by person if you have a big household. It’s a simple detail that’ll make your stuff even more organized (and — let’s be honest — a little cuter, too).
The entryway to your home gives guests their first impression of your interior space. Whether you pick a light fixture that makes a bold statement or something more subtle and subdued, your choice of lighting sets the tone for the rest of the house. From chandeliers and ceiling fixtures to recessed lighting and table lamps, the variety of light fixtures that work well in an entryway is as boundless as your creativity and imagination.