Industrial Entry Design Ideas

An entry is the welcoming point of your home, and creating an Industrial style foyer is simple and chic. With raw and rough materials, streamlined decor, and statement lighting, this moody style is sure to wow anyone who walks through the front door! An industrial entryway design can consist of a few things; good lighting, some type of storage, and a blend of style and functionality. Industrial design boasts a cool and urban vibe, with exposed materials, like ductwork, piping, wiring, and even flooring and walls. The influence of this design style comes from old warehouses and urban factories, so it’s ever-popular in urban areas. However, even if you don’t live in a super cool city loft, you can still have an industrial entryway design in your home. To bring this look to your dwelling, you should first figure out what you’ll use your entry for. Does it need to be fully functional with storage for mails, keys, and shoes? Or, is it simply a more decorative space that you will only greet guests in? Either way, there are a few ways to wow with your industrial entryway layout. First, think about the color palette. Industrial design is neutral but gets its contrast and texture from a mix of materials such as rugged wood, brick, unrefined metal, and other building materials. If you don’t have exposed brick walls and concrete floors, you can fake it with a cool-toned rug in your entryway and artwork of industrial spaces. You could include a console table made of cast concrete or a welded piece that looks like it’s straight from a vintage factory! When discovering industrial entryway design ideas, you’ll notice it’s not a highly ornamented style, but actually the opposite, where the furniture and lighting itself are the decorative elements in the space.  A simple and practical way to bring the industrial design style to your entry is by including some statement lighting. This could be a table lamp with an exposed Edison bulb or a raw metal ceiling pendant that grabs your attention when you enter your home.  Are you ready to stop dreaming about your entryway and start your design plans? Browse through our beautiful library of industrial entryway design inspiration to get started!

Eclectic Style Entryway with Industrial Style Influence

Eclectic Style Entryway with Industrial Style Influence

Many people shy away from industrial style because it conjures images of something severe and cold. However, the styling in this space shows that the industrial style can be inviting and even cozy.

Industrial Black & White Entry

Industrial Black & White Entry

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.

Settle Down

Settle Down

This industrial entryway is warm and neutral in all the best ways. The sun streams in and scatters light across the runner, bouncing off it and continuing into the rest of the house. Have a seat, take your shoes off, and settle down!

Sleek, Stylish, And Sporty

Sleek, Stylish, And Sporty

An industrial entryway keeps it stylish with bold art and dark accents. Houses are meant to be lived in so instead of fighting to keep everything tucked away, a tennis racket and sneakers are within reach for a family game! Pillows and rugs offer this entry a little comfort and create the perfect blend of living in and chic.

Dimension and Height: Entryway Design

Dimension and Height: Entryway Design

The trick to making a small room appear larger than it seems is to add height. Items such as long framed art, oversized chandeliers, and elevated planters create the illusion of extra height in an otherwise small square footage space. Perfect space to come home to after a long day at work!

A Love For Linear

A Love For Linear

Furniture, textiles, and even the stairwell in this shot showcase a composition of lines that feel cool, industrial and polished. The abstract art softens these lines with neutral interest while leather touches on our accent pillows create a warm, textural element for a beautiful juxtaposition.

Down to Earth Entry

Down to Earth Entry

This entry is an industrial style with an emphasis on earth tones. The Semblance of Order wall art from Crate and Barrel and the Augustus Rug complement the warmth of the wood top of the console. The Clive 6-Arm Chandelier is simple and stark, but its simplicity is the perfect accent to the black iron of the console base and the lamp.

Unexpected Gallery Wall

Unexpected Gallery Wall

You probably wouldn't expect to see a wall full of impactful art along the stair wall! Surprise your guests with these special touches that will impress an guaranteed to start a conversation! Adding comfort like a bench with throw pillows will sure be a favorite spot for your guests while they take off or put on their shoes.

Entryway Decoration

Entryway Decoration

The entry can be both functional and beautiful at the same time. The sconces will provide extra lighting and add decor to an otherwise white wall. The art piece adds a lot of color and personality to the room customizing it just for your liking!

Geometric Console Table

Geometric Console Table

The console table with geometric stand matches with the mirror to focus on the black industrial look. The coat rack and the umbrella holder organize the entry area to create a neat welcoming space. Adding plants on the console table will add decor and a pop of color!

Impactful Accessories

Impactful Accessories

Bold lines criss-cross to make an impressive entry. Add a bit of lighting with a cool lamp and a mirror where you can check your hair before dashing out. Artful vases add to the impressive display and make a great first impression on whoever enters your home.

Industrial Jewel Tone

Industrial Jewel Tone

If you want to wow your guest and leave a great first impression, this pair of peacock velvet armchairs will help you achieve just that. Adding a traditional rug into the mix with a bit of blue to match the chairs will add to that pop of color in the room. You and your guests will be sure to want to sit and stay awhile.

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