My old house is weird when you walk in the front door because it doesn’t really have a designated foyer. I’ve kind of created a makeshift entry of sorts so it’s okay. But I’m truly envious of homes with a designated space to greet guests. Here’s a few entryway ideas if, like me, you’re looking for a bit of inspiration for the entrance of your home.
Wood and white always looks good together. Gleaming floors. A beamed ceiling. All that’s needed is a simple table and rustic wooden mirror to reflect light and check your look before leaving the house.
Here’s another wood table and mirror in an extra wide entryway. A pair of black iron pendants add a little personality.
I think I like a simpler entryway like this coastal style foyer that isn’t too cluttered.
If your front door enjoys sidelights and you desire a little privacy, add a pair of curtain panels that still let daylight through the fabric.
I love an extra wide entryway. This one is bright and airy. I also love a double door. Earlier this week I shared a variety of front doors in various colors and styles.
If my house contained an entryway like this, you’d find my hubby sitting in the chair waiting for me to gather everything together before leaving the house.
This cute entryway contains a simple wooden chair to catch a coat or two.
Plants always look good in the foyer. If you’re worried about outdoor breezes hurting plants every time the door opens, consider using faux plants in this area. I prefer real plants since they help filter indoor air.
No decoration is needed in an entryway with a beautiful staircase.
Make a great first impression in your home with a colorful rug in the foyer. Paint the inside of the front door in a color that matches the rug for a custom look.
What do you have in your entryway?
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