The entryway is where we greet friends and family, it welcomes us home, it sends us off into the world. By adding touches of the outdoors to your front entryway table you create a welcoming environment. Add a few smaller soft touches, like baskets, pillows, or trinkets to your table to finalize your entryway decor.
If you table will fit on a wall but comes out too far you may impede the flow of walkway traffic. If you use lots of smaller pieces in such a large entryway the space will feel cluttered and claustrophobic instead of welcoming. Note the small bowl on the table for keys and other things that usually get dropped in the entryway.
The white shiplap wall with the smaller table and drawers is a beautiful way to decorate an entryway. Keeping it simple with a clean white shiplap wall makes the room feel larger and welcoming. The simple arrangement of pink flowers brings the outdoors in plus adds a soft splash of color to a neutral space. Adding a lantern instead of a lamp balances the table without having a large shade possibly impede movement in the entryway.
You can easily store keys and other small items in the drawers hiding them from sight. Put shoes and or other items in the wicker basket with lid to hide them from site too.
The clean simple rustic wood table and the large print stand out and make the room feel larger. The baskets keep the eyes flowing from the top of the large picture all the way down to the floor in one fluid motion.
The small touches of flowers soften the look making it an inviting entryway to your guests. The matching raw wood in the lamp and table make the bouquet of bright fresh lilacs stand out. To complete the farmhouse charm of this entryway @houseof5 added rain boots on a crate. Adding a small dish for keys on top of the table and making the two tier basket functional for shoes is a great way to keep the entryway clear and decluttered.
The rustic window hanging above the entryway table acts as a divider between the two spaces. The lamps frame the mirror nicely to finish separating the entryway from the living space.
Add a small vase of flowers and a mirror to make the area seem larger. Adding a basket under to hold shoes, slippers, or other items turns a small entryway into a usable space. The extra space on the bottom shelf could hold a basket or two for storing winter gear, purses, or other objects you need for functionality. The mirror makes the entryway larger and the simple arrangements of flowers completes the odd number rule.
Like in the previous entryway this is a great option if you mainly use a garage or mudroom entrance in your house, but it lacks for functionality. This modern and minimalist front entryway features a black framed large circular mirror above a slim and simple table.
The mesh like table lamp on the right side adds a bit of height but keeps it simple with the plain white shade. In the middle the white dish is a stylish way to store keys and other objects you need before you leave the house. The simple black basket with a grey blanket is a great way to add extra style and complete the overall look of your front entryway. All together this minimalist look is a great introduction to your home if you have a more modern or sleek decor style.
You can usually find great faux flowers at your local craft store. Add designated spots for shoes, hats, gloves, coats, keys, and purses. This will help in making sure these items stay out of your kitchen and living room where they are more likely to end up lost or hard to find.