Small Entryway Ideas - Let’s face it, some entryways you might not have any space to work with. Sometimes, you might even wonder how there’s even space to get around the door. If this sounds like your entryway, you can still create a welcoming entryway by focusing on necessities. Use whatever wall space available to hang hooks or cubbies to store items like purses or coats.
Pendants - Pendants work equally well in modern and traditional spaces, and they add radiance to your entryway while still drawing the eye upward to create the illusion of a taller space. Styles range from single, chandelier-like pendants to clusters of smaller pendants. Use a series of small pendants to light a long hallway-like entryway, or a single, large pendant for a smaller area. To calculate the size you need, try using the formula that many lighting experts use. Add the length and width of the entryway's dimensions and convert it from feet to inches. For example, if your foyer is 15' by 18', you get 33' after adding the two figures. In this case, you need a pendant that’s around 33 inches wide.