This month we’ve been sharing inspiring spaces we love. We started with exteriors, then kitchens, and today we are adding a small but vital space, the entryway. Your entry welcomes guests and sets the vibe for your home. We love them when they make a statement with a standout rug, console, or light, but still feel clean and clutter free. Take a look at these inspiring images + ideas for creating your own welcoming entryway.
What’s to Love: the sharp contrast between dark and light, architectural details full of personality, and a functional built-in bench
What’s to Love: a sun-drenched welcome, layers of texture, potted succulent, a functional bench that can be tucked away when not needed
What’s to Love: a work of art statement console, an interesting mix of modern and traditional, fresh cut greens
What’s to Love: the circular natural rug and rustic round table, simple styling without clutter, that statement light that grounds the high ceiling
What’s to Love: bold pop of color from vintage rug, tile herringbone makes mud and water easy to clean, styled with cozy textiles, large steel-frame window
What’s to Love: beautiful vignette for a small-space entry, art, a few bowls for hiding keys and other pocket essentials, geometric hide rug
What’s to Love: a lamp to create a welcoming glow, unique basket of greens, modern knocker and crisp black door
What’s to Love: warm wood paired with cool gray cement, large oversized baskets for hiding shoes, hooks for hanging bags and hats
What’s to Love: railing with major impact, vintage Turkish rug, balanced pair of lamps, and a fresh floral arrangement
What’s to Love: rustic console table, large ocean photography, styled with coffee table books and fresh cut stems
+ One More Favorite
Make sure your home feels fresh and inviting by sprucing up your entry. Tuck in a small bench or basket, add some greens, layer your console with beautiful art and carved bowls, or invest in a vintage Turkish rug. Hope these beautiful spaces gave you a few ideas! Check back next week for another round up of spaces to love.