Wall Sconces - Wall sconces add a welcoming glow to the entryway without taking up valuable real estate on a console table or your entryway furniture. Use one on either side of the door or an entryway system. You can also use wall sconces to draw the eye into the rest of the house by installing them in the foyer and down the hallway, if you have one leading out of the space. Choose from a variety of styles, shapes and finishes to pull your entryway’s look together. Sconces also come with uplighting, downlighting and multidirectional lighting to cast their glow on a variety of surfaces.
Chic Subway - Subway tiles are probably the most popular and most versatile choice around. Bathrooms, backsplashes, kitchen floors and in the foyer, it will always do its job. AM Dolce Vita showed off how sleek and chic a foyer’s foundation can be when going with a glossy white. Wooden Chevron - Maybe you’re envisioning a more farmhouse-inspired entrance. Wooden, chevron styles may be what fits that bill and here’s a beautiful example from Studio M of how you can make it happen in a tasteful way. We love this idea especially for when foyers or entryways flow into mudrooms.