How to Style a Stunning Entryway or Foyer

First impressions are lasting. That is why an entryway or foyer should have a big visual impact on guests, but they are also often a busy control centre for daily life, so they need to be functional as well.  That’s a lot of multitasking for an often tiny space. With all this in mind, an entryway becomes the perfect place for going bold with your decorating choices and experimenting with clever storage and furniture ideas. Here are a few truly stunning entryways that make us want to pay these homes a visit.

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Black and white checkerboard tiles, a large round table and a gold chandelier make this foyer classic and dramatic at the same time.


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How bright and cheery is this light filled entryway? Using a small console table makes the room feel spacious and allows for a large patterned rug to take centre stage.

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Unified colour and a range of textures give this entryway a rustic and soothing feel. You’ll also notice that the homeowner has used curvy furniture and accessories to blend with the architectural features of the space.

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Paring down furniture and accessories creates a clean and modern feel, but the patterned floor and ornate mirror add plenty of interest.

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It’s hard not to feel completely at peace looking at this beautiful foyer. The marble floors and dark wood compliment each other perfectly.

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Key Pieces for a Welcoming Entryway


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Mandy is a blogger and design enthusiast, with a big love for all things crafty and handmade. When she's not writing she is often seen wielding knitting needles, hunting for vintage treasures and library hopping. She also owns the shop Littleshout Vintage.

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