A guest’s first impression of your home happens before they get in your home by way of its curb appeal, but once they are inside the front door it is important to make that trip worthwhile. The first impression of the inside of your home is the entryway or foyer. It sets the mood for the rest of the home and either turns a guest/buyer off or inspires them to want to see more. That is why it is so important to give care and attention to this space and make sure it sets the right tone for the home. Here are some entryway ideas to inspire you…
If you have a lot of wall space on either side of the front door, it is smart to flank it when foliage or furniture as seen here. The diamond pattern on the floor is also a smart choice to keep the area separate and also visually absorb some of that open space.
Bead board gives this adorable entryway a cottage feel while the simple table and chair add warmth, as well as a spot to drop your keys and take off your shoes.
The pop of green those ottomans offer brings color and sophisticated to this beautiful entryway.
The turquoise and orange in this coastal vignette set the mood for the rest of the home.
This entryway is so elegant. The chairs are a perfect touch of sophisticated parallel to the rustic chest.
The foliage takes advantage of the great height in this masculine foyer while the pop of color in the rug drawers your eye in.
A rustic, eclectic foyer that is full of character and personality. I love the antique loveseat and pile of wood under the table.
Such a warm and sophisticated entryway that feels like a room of its own.
A modern, monochromatic approach to an entryway. Love the stripes!
Natural textures make this adobe-style foyer beautiful and inviting. The pebble inlay makes one incredible statement.
The entryway is responsible for the first impressions guests or buyers will get of your home, so instead of leaving it empty breathe some life into it with some inviting decor.