Your entry way is the first thing guests see when they enter your home. Whether you have a huge foyer or a 4 foot wall to work with, there are so many ways you can turn the space into a welcoming area, full of character.
Start with a strong focal point. Most of the time, this will be on the wall above your table. A photo, painting or mirror are always great options. And don’t be afraid if some of your décor overlaps with your focal point. More below on this!
Layer. Obviously you are going to have décor on your entry way table. What really makes the décor work is layering. You can do this vertically with a stack of books or horizontally by placing smaller items in front of other items. Here are a few examples of this.
Bring in a little bit of nature. This may be a personal preference, but I have really come to love how a little pop of greenery or florals makes a space come to life. Imagine how different each of these entry ways would look without their flowers or greenery. It really makes a big difference! Some of the most popular greenery I see today are succulents and eucalyptus.
Variations in heights and textures. This is one of those little lessons in décor and design that I try to use in every area of my home. Aim to create height on your table with at least two objects. You can do this with greenery, a lamp, a vase, lantern, candles… there are so many choices. As mentioned earlier, let the heights create layers over your main focal point. Here are some great examples of how this can really make the space:
Be sure to follow my entry way inspiration board on Pinterest!