Entering your home should feel make you smile! Entryways are the ultimate place to blend beautiful design and functionality. This is one space in the home that has to work for the whole household, but don't forget to have a little fun with it too! Whether you have a tiny apartment entry or a spacious foyer, utilizing the space to fit your life is important. Of course, you can’t forget about style and personality! When gathering entryway design ideas, think of this space as your home’s first impression. When you and guests enter your home, do you want your entryway to evoke a sense of calm and order or energy and excitement? Do you have pets with muddy paws or kids who need a place to put their shoes? All of these questions can help guide you when gathering foyer design ideas, and sequentially direction for your foyer design layout. Being that entryways are typically high-traffic areas of the home, durability is a must for any furniture and decor selections. You may want to consider area rugs that are easier to clean and can hide dirt. Additionally, a console table can be a beautiful addition to a foyer, and better yet, one has storage of sorts for keys, dog leashes, umbrellas and everything in between. An entryway will most likely be used on your way in or out of the home, so adding a mirror can be quite practical as well. A smaller entryway can benefit from a mirror even more so, as it will reflect light and give the appearance of a larger space! When gathering foyer ideas, you can also think of your home as a whole. Being that the entry is the first impression of your home, you’ll want to ensure that the style flows with the styles in the other rooms of your home. Having an entryway that feels like the first step and natural progression into the rest of your home stylistically can be a beautiful way to create design harmony in your home. Whatever design style, color palette and decor you chose to put into your entryway don’t forget to make it feel personable to you. Your entry should make you happy to be home, and a well-designed entryway can feel like a warm hug to anyone entering your space. We’ve gathered many entryway ideas for you to get started with your inspiration and design journey
We love how the minimal styling in this space brings the beach right to you. With just a few simple touches, the ocean themed wall-art, the seagrass, and the worn finish on the credenza, we feel like we are strolling seaside enjoy the breeze.
An entryway should be a functional space for depositing your belongings at the end of the day. It's equally vital that it welcome and your guest with a likable style. This entryway gives you the best of both worlds with a design that is equally functional and stunning. The long bench is perfect for removing shoes and resting your purse, and those rose-colored walls feel like a warm embrace at the end of a long day.
Texture is a great way to add visual interest and help to soften your space. This entry uses woven baskets as planters, which instantly creates warmth and a relaxed feel. The Wrap Bench from CB2 continues the natural fibers with woven jute and a rich Acacia wood frame. The result is a welcoming space to invite your guests into your home!
Creating entryway storage doesn’t have to take up a lot of space. A console table acts as a catch-all for things like keys, wallets, and sunglasses. Place a basket underneath to store shoes or blankets. Hang a mirror and a set of hooks and you have a complete space!
An entry infused with your style is a great way to welcome guests. Dark metal accents on the mirror, sconces, and bench are a great way to add industrial elements to a design. Leather such as on the bench can also complement the industrial vibe while also providing comfort.
Elevate your entry by using black and white accents to create a modern design. Adding in natural woods to contrast the cool-toned black and white creates a warm and welcoming space. Using black and white in the accents instead of key furniture pieces adds a subtle color scheme that can easily be changed or added to throughout the years.
Creating a kid-friendly entryway in a modern style is simple. Keeping furniture sleek and simple helps keep the modern style while the low bench and baskets make organization a breeze! With a neutral color palette your entryway will look modern and clean.