When you open the front door, what type of first impression does your home give? Create an inviting entryway with just a few of these ideas that are easy to execute.
A charming bench is always a good choice for an entryway. It provides a place to sit and put your shoes on before going out the door. And for someone visiting your home, it creates visual appeal. The over-sized alarm clock is a fun touch, too.
This entryway reminds me of my daughter’s new house with its arched doorways. A trio of prints inside the door reflect the owner’s love of artwork. And a handy umbrella stand is both pretty and functional.
A beautiful front door always creates an inviting entryway and so does a pretty rug on the floor just inside. Note how the homeowner opted for a simple basket to hang on the wall.
Do you have a statement piece of furniture that will fit in your entry? Consider moving it so it’s the first thing you see when you walk in the door. It’s sure to put a smile on your face when you get home. A cheery paint color on the door is another great option for perking up your entry.
Plants are an inexpensive way to spruce up any room in your home. A topiary stands guard at the door while a matching set of baskets with hydrangeas flank a pretty console table. The mirror reflects light to keep the entry light and bright.
Show off an art collection by creating a gallery wall in the foyer. Showcase a favorite painting by placing a light above it.
A farmhouse style foyer sets the tone for the rest of this gorgeous house. A large window in the front door lets in plenty of natural light and a storage bench creates a place to store shoe or boots so there’s less clutter.
Hopefully you gained some fresh ideas to create an inviting entryway. Even a simple plant or flower arrangement is a great start.