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For the foyer whose entirety is limited to a tight corner, consider a simple seat paired with a colorful set of hooks directly above.

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Invest in a durable storage solution that’s versatile enough for a small space, yet organizationally sound and aesthetically pleasing.

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A sleek sconce or lone hanging bulb is a much preferred alternative to the bulky table lamp.

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Set the entry apart from the rest of the home with a daring wallpaper that designates the (limited) boundaries of the space.

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A compact shelving unit with a set of sliding bins makes for a simple and effective storage solution.

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Opt for shelving above the door to help keep the floors as clutter-free as possible.

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For the entry tight on decorative square footage, opt for an intricate tile design to lead the way instead.

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A floating shelf set high up on the wall, holds a handful of rarely used essentials and decorative accents.

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No space is too small for a little TLC. We’re looking to the stunning shades and exotic textures of this colorful entry for inspiration.

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When it comes to whitewashed spaces, stick to an exclusive palette for the entry decor.

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A simply stylish floating shelf makes for a handy catch-all, and a mini surface for display.

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Carve out a cozy “getting ready” nook directly adjacent to the door. Place a basket underneath the seat for shoes and accessories, and install a set of hooks above for coats.

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A bright pop of color always lends a pleasant touch, even to the tiniest spaces.

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A side table paired with a wall-mounted mirror and sconce makes for an effortlessly stylish (and practical!) entry.

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Create a fierce contrast within the limited elements of the space – think a daring wallpaper, vibrant greens, and sleek accents – to draw the eye away from the compact layout.

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Skip the often bulky entry runner in lieu of a vibrantly patterned floor tile.