Vintage Foyer / February 28, 2018 / Genesis Nobles.
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.
Imagine walking into your home as a visitor. What would greet you as you enter? Maybe a mess of shoes by the door or a less than desirable paint color. If this sounds like your entryway, it’s time to upgrade your space. Your entryway is the first impression people have of your home. So, it’s important to spend the time to make the room look its best. Here are a few tips on how you can improve your entryway.
Entryway Table - If a bench is too wide for your small space, try a narrow entryway table. These tables should sit flush to a wall and only be able to hold a few things, so you’ll have to choose your entryway table décor wisely. A small vase with flowers is usually a great piece to include on your entryway table. A small bowl or basket is not only decorative but can help you remember where you put your keys! If you can find it, a small lamp is also a nice feature to have, whether you have a light fixture in your entryway or not. A small, decorative table lamp can help add soft lighting as the sun goes down to make your home look cozy and welcoming.
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.