Entryway Design Ideas

Entering your home should feel make you smile! Entryway's 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!

Texture Twist Entry

Texture Twist Entry

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!

Spring Entryway: Modern Farmhouse

Spring Entryway: Modern Farmhouse

This entry is the perfect example of Modern Farmhouse style. With its trendy elements, modern farmhouse is taking the world by storm and it's a look we are here for!

Driftwood Finish: Coastal Vibe

Driftwood Finish: Coastal Vibe

This coastal entry is inspired by a rustic driftwood vibe and small pops of blue. A classic stripe ticking settee establishes the seaside feel while the weathered wood tones keep it casual. You can't help but feel welcomed in this entry.

Living Greens

Living Greens

A subtle green monochromatic color scheme includes a soft sage wall color, abstract landscape, textured rug, and pillows bringing this design to life. you can't go wrong with a character piece like the credenza-- great as an entry piece or in a dining room.

Small Spaces: Mid-Century Entryway

Small Spaces: Mid-Century Entryway

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!

Better By The Dozen

Better By The Dozen

A white finished rattan chair adds southern relaxed charm to this entryway. A distressed white buffet connects to the wicker chair in color and finish, and to the gallery wall through the gridded door panels.

Muted Greens: Entry

Muted Greens: Entry

Green adds a calming effect to this eclectic entry, while different textures give the space dimension. Mixed metals and wovens combine for a layered aesthetic. Green becomes the link that bonds the look together.

Timeless, Effortless Wicker

Timeless, Effortless Wicker

A large wall in this coastal style entryway becomes the focal point, with a group of botanical prints. Add wicker and a box of lilacs, and you've got a gentle coastal breeze as you step in through the front door.

Kid-Friendly Modern Entryway

Kid-Friendly Modern Entryway

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. 

Spring Entryway: Modern Rustic

Spring Entryway: Modern Rustic

If you love modern design but you want something a bit homier, try a modern rustic style! This look mixes modern forms and ideas with rustic materials to create an on-trend and cozy space.

Colorful Rustic Design Ideas

Colorful Rustic Design Ideas

Add a bit of interest to your rustic style with some colorful accents! Using multi-colored patterns and textures paired with neutral wood tones and black and white contrast nicely and adds a fun twist to your decor. 

Relaxed Boho Entryway

Relaxed Boho Entryway

This fun and fresh Modern Boho entryway is perfect for Spring! The trendy look blend Mid-century elements combined with bohemian aesthetics.

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