big ideas for tiny entryways
17 decorating ideas for tiny entryways.
Published Feb 7, 2016 9:00 AM
For the foyer whose entirety is limited to a tight corner, consider a simple seat paired with a colorful set of hooks directly above.
Invest in a durable storage solution that’s versatile enough for a small space, yet organizationally sound and aesthetically pleasing.
A sleek sconce or lone hanging bulb is a much preferred alternative to the bulky table lamp.
Set the entry apart from the rest of the home with a daring wallpaper that designates the (limited) boundaries of the space.
A compact shelving unit with a set of sliding bins makes for a simple and effective storage solution.
Opt for shelving above the door to help keep the floors as clutter-free as possible.
For the entry tight on decorative square footage, opt for an intricate tile design to lead the way instead.
A floating shelf set high up on the wall, holds a handful of rarely used essentials and decorative accents.
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.
When it comes to whitewashed spaces, stick to an exclusive palette for the entry decor.
A simply stylish floating shelf makes for a handy catch-all, and a mini surface for display.
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.
A bright pop of color always lends a pleasant touch, even to the tiniest spaces.
A side table paired with a wall-mounted mirror and sconce makes for an effortlessly stylish (and practical!) entry.
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.
Skip the often bulky entry runner in lieu of a vibrantly patterned floor tile.