We believe the entry foyer is one of the most important spaces in your home to make a statement. If you’re selling your home this is especially important because aside from curb appeal, guests will base their first impression of your home on what they see when they first walk in. This is also a great opportunity to add some flare and fun detail to your home! Are you ready to be inspired?
This entry foyer POPS! With its bright blue door, patterned rug, and unique chandelier, guests are already in awe just a few steps into the home. If you’re a lover of bold colors, use this space to highlight your fun side with artwork and accessories that stand out.
Most entry foyers are small. Decorating with a big mirror makes the space feel bigger and using a variety of decorative items like this plant, lantern, and candle adds depth. You can even switch out some decorative pieces through each season!
Is simple and clean your thing? This foyer pictured above might be just what you’re looking for! The bold throw pillows really help spruce up the simple bench. Adding a few bins under the bench brings more detail without making it look too fussy. Perfect storage option too!
If you live in an apartment, townhome, or small home that either has a very small entry foyer doesn’t have a dedicated foyer space, that doesn’t mean you can’t still wow guests as they enter! Like we said earlier, a large mirror will make the space feel larger, plus add some detail and color! Depending on your wall space, you will probably be able to find a nice chest, table, or bench to fit in your entry.
This beautiful and functional foyer uniquely features built in cabinets. Get all the storage you could want, hide everything behind closed doors, and still have an aesthetically pleasing space. If you’re looking for something different in your entry foyer, this could be it! What’s nice about these cabinets is there is a shelf on the top with enough room for decorations.
Small and unique spaces in your home don’t have to be stressful or pesky to decorate. Take your time and figure out what works best for you and your family.