Hand-Picked Entryway Collection
Frequently asked questions about this design style
Q. How do you decorate an entryway?
The first impression is the last impression. These simple steps to decorate your entryway will create a lasting impression: Add potted plants; the ones with flowers are a bonus. Include mirrors in the entryway; for a quick look just before you head out. Wall-mounted shelves or a small console table along with a pouf or two is an excellent idea in making it more functional. Good lighting goes a long way, with either an eclectic chandelier or a floor lamp that lights up the entryway.
Q. What is the best color for an entryway?
The best color for an entryway is the one that’s rich and inviting. This color sets the mood and tone for the rest of the house, so make sure you pick the right one. Whether your entryway is large or small, white is always a great choice. It’s ok to add a bit of color; soft hues like blush pink, powder blue can transform your entryway without overwhelming the space. Moody tones like grey and navy are other great colors that go well with an entryway, they add depth into space without making it dull or dreary. In short, feel free to keep it neutral and minimalist or drench the room with a little bit of color.
Q. What to put on the entryway table?
An entryway table is kept at a prominent place at the entryway. A lamp on the table will welcome you and your guests with a soft glow. A small tray or a storage box for your keys and change will make your table look less cluttered. Books say a lot about who you are, so you can tell your guests your all-time favorites or display some literary classics. Other ideas: are family photographs, flower vase, statement decor piece, or scented candles.
Q. How high to hang a mirror in the entryway?
Mirrors should be hung at eye level like artwork. Mirrors are a great decor accessory; when hung correctly can make a room appear bigger and brighter. One such popular place is the entryway. In an entryway, mirrors should be hung around six to eight inches higher than the entryway table itself. This should be enough to get a glance every time you enter or exit the door. Round mirrors, square mirrors, and rectangular mirrors work best for above a console table.
Q. How to decorate the entryway wall?
Create a mini gallery wall with your favorite art or family photographs-extra points for wall decor with a personal touch. Another idea is to add floating shelves; perfect for dropping keys, change, or stacking mail. Wall hooks are another great space saver, where you can hang your umbrellas, coats, shopping bags. You could also bring in the elements of nature and have colorful planters hung up on the wall. Hang a stylish, sleek mirror to make the space feel bigger and brighter.