How to Make a Small Entryway Feel Grand

The entryway has the special responsibility of giving guests that valuable first impression of a home. That’s why as a home stager, I’ve always put a lot of effort into getting this space right. You want buyers to have a positive reaction the moment they walk through the door, just as you want your guests to.

If your entryway is limited on space, however, that can pose a challenge. How do you make a small space feel grand? Thankfully, there are lots of easy ways to do just that. Even if your entryway feels non-existent, there are clever tricks around it. The right decor can make all the difference.

Here are 10 spaces that made the most of a small entryway. They all infuse character, style and efficiency into a small package and knock that valuable first impression out of the park.

How to Make a Small Entryway Feel Grand | HomeandEventStyling.comThis long and narrow entryway could feel awkward, but an adorable bench in a brightly colored pattern brightens it up and makes you feel right at home.

How to Make a Small Entryway Feel Grand | HomeandEventStyling.comA whimsical wallpaper gives this tiny entry corner character. A floating shelf provides a spot for tasteful decor.

How to Make a Small Entryway Feel Grand | HomeandEventStyling.comA narrow console table fits perfectly into this narrow space. By keeping it the same color as the walls, it visually recedes while offering a spot for charming decor.

How to Make a Small Entryway Feel Grand | HomeandEventStyling.comA lucite console table is perfect for a small entryway, because it doesn’t interrupt the visual flow and light can pass right through it.

How to Make a Small Entryway Feel Grand | HomeandEventStyling.comA long, floating shelf fits right behind the door and offers a spot for charming decor and a place to drop your keys, not to mention some great storage in the way of drawers.

How to Make a Small Entryway Feel Grand | HomeandEventStyling.comAn adorable antique table fits comfortably beside the staircase and provides some warmth and character as soon as you walk in.

Just because your entryway is small doesn’t mean its style has to be.

Warm regards,
Megan

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