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When it comes to decorating your home, there’s no playing favorites. Each room deserves just as much of your undivided attention as the next. That being said, there are a few “non-rooms,” like the entryway, which require the same amount of TLC as your living room, kitchen, or bedroom. Your entryway is the first thing you and your guests see when entering a home. Why not use that space to make a lasting first impression?

With the right decor and furniture, it’s easy to transform any entrance into something spectacular. So, whether you’re in a home with a foyer, or a small apartment that requires careful planning, the under $50 items ahead will make you and your guests feel both welcomed and wowed.

Unless you have a statement-making piece of art that you love, liven up your entryway with a cool wall hanging that feels warm and welcoming but also gives off a cool vibe. Each of these macrame wall hangings are handmade.

This is not your average doormat. This chic, Art Deco mat will add a stylish touch to your home before your guests even enter. The natural coir will keep you and your guests’ shoe bottoms clean, too.

A catch-all is a super important element to have in an entryway. It’s the perfect place to keep your keys, your wallet, earbuds, and any other miscellaneous item. This particular collection of woven baskets is a fun way to store the pieces you don’t want to forget before you leave the house.

Succulents are some of our favorite plants because they’re both en mode and low-maintenance. We’re digging this set of twelve succulents because you have the option to pot as many of them together as you’d like for a custom arrangement. If you only need a few of them, give the rest out to friends. Succulents make great gifts!

There’s nothing quite like a bouquet of flowers to welcome you and your guests into your home. Give your florals a solid home with a vase you absolutely love plus, make it one that will complement any arrangement.

If you don’t have a knack for keeping plants alive (don’t feel bad, not all of us have a green thumb) then a sculpture that evokes plants may be the better option for you. Position this fun piece on an entry console for some low-maintenance flair.

One great way to welcome your guests is with a little something sweet. Use this cute tin to bless your guests with a confectionary treat, or use it as a place to stow your keys when you get home.

These nesting tables are great for small spaces. If you aren’t using them bundled together as a coffee table, another great option is to store it in the unused corners of your entry. Keep a plant, a picture frame, or both, atop these minimal tables for that little extra something your entrance needs.

If you need some extra storage in your entry, try adding an ottoman or two. They are the perfect way to amplify space while keeping clutter hidden. We’re always game for helpful storage that looks the part, too.

What better way to welcome someone into your home than with a neon “hello” sign? Let this adorable wall accent act as your welcoming committee. The pink and yellow hues make for a very bright and friendly pop of color.

Area rugs are such a game changer. They can make any space feel well-thought-out and intentional. Go for an affordable, small rug that can help amp up your entryway, like this traditional option.

We’re usually focused on adorning our walls with art, shelving, or mirrors. Try switching things up with a super on-trend wall clock that will add just as much to your walls as a piece of art. We love this option because it’s under $10 dollars and looks luxe.

If you have a table in your entryway, dress it up. We love to adorn our tables with catch-alls, picture frames, and table lamps. Go for a statement-making lamp that will set the tone for the decor in the rest of your home.

A frame is a simple way to add a personal touch to your entry. This frame is great because it seamlessly adds style and color to your space with its faux-bone tiles.

If you want to keep your shoes neatly by your door, bring in a woven basket. Keep your shoes where you need them most, without ever feeling like they’re aimlessly strewn about.

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