Entryways set the first impressions. A beautiful and well-organized entryway will make a home feel more inviting. But knowing which steps to take to get the job done may not seem obvious. To help you pack a lot of style and function into your current foyer, no matter its size, Daily Design News gathered their favorite entryway ideas for your inspiration.
1. GOLDEN FEVER
Dolmens are ancient stone monuments from the Neolithic period. These unique structures were the inspiration behind the ARDARA Console Table. With a finish in black faux-marble painting glossy, this console table will give a unique twist to any interior design.
2. BROWN AND CREAM TONES
An online trend topic applied now to Entryways Decor Ideas.
The harsh and strict lines from Liberica Console design contrast perfectly with the fluidity and sort of feminine touch of the mirror. Inspired by the Coffea liberica plant, the mirror takes an oval countour, resembling the delicate shape of the plant’s leaf. The stainless steel with a bronze matte base, simulate the sturdy branches that can grow up to nine meters, holding in perfect harmony a refined marble top. A minimalist design that will not go unnoticed.
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3. NEW MINIMALISM
Often called the “Land of Castles”, Wales has some of the most impressive monuments of the Middle Ages. WALES Bench pays tribute to the country’s history. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with a footer in brushed aged brass matte, this bench brings elegance to any room it is in.
4. ORGANIC MODERNISM
With origins in Japan, Kumi is an oyster with undeniable beauty. Kumi Mirror pays tribute to its allure through its glossy hammered aged brass. This decorative wall mirror is a treasure coveted by many.
5. RETRO COMEBACK
The bold expression of the ’70s and the ’90s is bringing a state of mind for interior decor 2022.
Monocles Sideboard is a perfect furniture piece for retro lovers and mid-century admirers. Built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold plated brass front doors that feature a protruding circular design. These circles are then engraved to the back and side of the unit, giving it an extreme character and high-end look.
Entryways are the first impressions into a home, and you won’t have a second chance on making a good first impression, so don’t miss out on these entryway decor ideas.