Vintage Foyer / July 13, 2018 / Ariel Ely.
Classic Retro - Over at Lorri Dyner Design, you’ll see how you can fashion a foyer around classic, retro black and white tiles. Give your home a sophisticated throwback feel by complimenting the space with something similar. Yes, the checkers go well within kitchens but it certainly spruces up the entryways too. Colorful Vintage - Original Style went with a vintage design at the doorway as well. Don’t be afraid of a little color. Dive in and make bold choices, especially If you’re set on truly transforming your home. And if you’ve got vintage style in mind – this could be your very first step.
Entryway Storage Ideas - For most homeowners, clutter is one of the biggest issues in the entryway. From shoes to purses and bags, each one of these items needs a designated space in the foyer. Fortunately, there are many tricks you can use to tidy up. An entryway storage shelf with hooks is the perfect way to keep coats and purses off the ground and where you need them. You’ll want to make the most of your entryway furniture. Look for an entryway bench with shoe storage, especially if you have a small entryway. Some entryway tables can have small baskets or bins on top for keys and other important items you need on a daily basis.
You’ll want to start by removing all of your winter and holiday décor. Décor related to any holiday or timely event should be taken down at the most two weeks after the holiday has ended. Keep this in mind as you change up your décor throughout the year. When decorating your entryway for spring, it’s a good time to give the area a refresh as well.
Put hooks on the side of your console to hang bags - If you’re lacking space on your coat rack (or want to nix it altogether), install stylish hooks on the side of your console or entryway table. They’re perfect for hanging purses, briefcases, backpacks, and even reusable grocery bags. Create a space-saving mail organizer using magazine holders. Here’s the gist: Find a few sturdy magazine holders, screw them upside down on the bottom of a shelf or tabletop, and bam! You have instant folders to organize your mail.