Vintage Foyer / June 24, 2018 / Millie Humphreys.
Entryway Decorating Ideas - Once you’ve sorted out your entryway furniture, you’ll want to focus on decorating. As I’ve already mentioned, an entryway table allows for a nice place to display flowers or a decorative lamp. But, your décor should also help enhance the space, large or small. If you have many pieces of art you’d like to include in your entryway, consider making a small gallery wall. This is a great way to show off multiple works while still creating a statement that guests will certainly admire!
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.
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.
Here are tips from a stylist for creating a compelling entryway: Think of your entry as a gallery space. Use the walls for art and important personal elements that reflect you and your history. This is the perfect spot for showcasing that special piece of art since you will see it whenever you come and go—as will your guests. A chest of drawers is a great piece of furniture to put to use in an entry. Drawers can hide essentials like keys, gloves, or a dog leash while providing a horizontal surface to display a cherished collection, or create a vignette that reflects your passions and personality.