When staging a home for sale, one of the most overlooked spots is often the entryway. Unless you have a front door that opens directly into a main living space without any designated space, it is important that this area not be left bare. It is the first spot any potential buyers will see when they walk into the home, so it is crucial that it make a strong, positive first impression. This is very easy to achieve with the right accessories and styling. Each entryway is different, but there are some key components that can be used in most spaces when staging an entryway to create an impression that is warm, inviting, and will set the tone for the rest of the tour.
A narrow console table with exquisite detail fits perfectly into the alcove beside the door, boasting some greenery for a pop of natural color and a tall mirror to accentuate the high ceilings. A neutral rug warms up the space and pulls it all together.
You can embrace a home’s history with the right decorative details such as this mid-century modern vignette. Think outside the box when accessorizing, like the wonderful green umbrella leaning against the wall.
When choosing furniture for an entryway, make sure you measure the space so you know what will fit perfectly into the area. This narrow table was the ideal choice to allow plenty of space to walk past and also fit between the molding on the wall.
With the some of the tricks shown in this post, staging an entryway can be easy and make the first impression on buyers that you are looking for.