Vintage Foyer / June 24, 2018 / Caylee Arnaud.
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.
Store shoes, bags, and accessories in baskets on a console. - For style and function, store everything from purses and gloves to stacks of mail and shoes in matching baskets. Easy, obvious, and yet totally impactful. Build a DIY wooden boot rack - If you want to keep your winter boots (or summer sneakers, for that matter) organized and easy to grab when you’re rushing out the door for an impromptu snowball fight, this DIY wooden boot rack is exactly what you need. Stephanie Lynn features her boot rack outside, but you can easily display it below your coat rack or next to a storage bench. If you decide to keep the boot rack inside, remember to place a tray beneath the rack to collect melted snow, dirt, and dust so your entryway floor stays clean.
Modern Art - Are you inspired by art? If you want no-fuss with a twist of personal style, you may want to create a fun design all on your own. Like this custom, modern art tile floor that’s sprucing up an elegant foyer. Black and white Pattern - And finally, we leave you off with another black and white design to peak your interest. This is just another beautiful way to set the tone of your home from the moment one walks into the foyer and onto the tile floor.
Hang a shelf above your coat rack for extra storage - This entryway storage tip sounds obvious, but it’s worth repeating: A single shelf (above a coat rack or on its own) does wonders for an entryway. Use the self to store mail, sunglasses, purses, or baskets full of winter gear. Turn a closet into a storage nook - The House of Smiths breaks down this minor renovation process in full. The basic idea is this: With some resourcefulness and patience, you can transform a small, dingy closet that doesn’t meet your needs into a cool, functional storage nook. Did we mention this little nook has coat hooks, mail organizers, wooden shoe crates, and a comfy seat? What more could you want?