Vintage Foyer / May 5, 2018 / Millie Humphreys.
Chandeliers - Chandeliers add a bold, glamorous look to your entryway, and they come in a variety of styles including elegant crystal chandeliers, colonial candle styles or sleek drums and cage chandeliers. Choose a fixture that’s proportional to the space of the entryway. For example, if your entryway has 75 square feet of space or more, look for a chandelier with a diameter of at least 12" to 18". Smaller entryways look better with smaller chandeliers unless you want the fixture to serve as a focal point.
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.
Use a storage bench to hold bags and shoes - If you have room for a bench in your entryway (you know, to sit on while tying your shoes, resting after a long day, or pondering hygge), make it a storage bench. You can stash shoes, baskets full of cozy gloves and hats, blankets, or even your collection of dog toys inside of the storage bench.
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.