Entryway Table Decor

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Entryway Table Decor

An extra table and chairs in the entryway. If you are lucky enough to have a large foyer, put it to work by placing a dashing round table there. If you tuck short stools beneath, you will have an extra table and chairs ready to fill a seating gap at dinnertime.

Entryway Table Decor

You know what they say about first impressions. Make sure the entryway furniture, paint color and seating you choose send the right message (as in, “Wow, you live here?”).

Entryway Table Decor

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Nina Farmer gave this Boston home a no-fuss refresh, including the entryway. The staircase, built-in bench and boiserie all share a fresh coat of paint.

Entryway Table Decor

Previous80 Ways to Make an Outdoor Space Look Incredible view gallery 70 Photos You know what they say about first impressions. Make sure the entryway furniture, paint color and seating you choose send the right message (as in, “Wow, you live here?”). More view gallery

Entryway Table Decor

You know what they say about first impressions. Make sure the entryway furniture, paint color and seating you choose send the right message (as in, “Wow, you live here?”). More view gallery

Entryway Table Decor

3 Of 70 Matching TrimNina Farmer gave this Boston home a no-fuss refresh, including the entryway. The staircase, built-in bench and boiserie all share a fresh coat of paint. Stephen Kent Johnson

Entryway Table Decor

While many view a home’s entry table as a purely decorative accent piece, others prefer to implement their ideas with an eye for utilitarian, as well as aesthetic, appeal. To that end, many entry table ideas contain numerous drawers and plenty of tabletop space for catchalls, key dishes, and mail organizers. Conversely, some prefer to keep their tables free of clutter, with preferred additions limited to a vase of flowers or careful arrangement of candles. Whatever your personal style may be, here are 37 editorial-worthy entry table ideas designed with every style of home in mind.

Entryway Table Decor

A ceiling in Benjamin Moore’s Chic Lime lends a flash of bold color to a dapper Manhattan apartment. The room’s decor “is a seesaw mix of shiny and matte, austere and over-the-top,” says designer Nick Olsen.

Lime CeilingA ceiling in Benjamin Moore’s Chic Lime lends a flash of bold color to a dapper Manhattan apartment. The room’s decor “is a seesaw mix of shiny and matte, austere and over-the-top,” says designer Nick Olsen. Francesco Lagnese

A ceiling in Benjamin Moore’s Chic Lime lends a flash of bold color to a dapper Manhattan apartment. The room’s decor “is a seesaw mix of shiny and matte, austere and over-the-top,” says designer Nick Olsen. Francesco Lagnese

Entry tables have greeted guests and residents alike for thousands of years, serving multiple purposes and in countless styles. From the early Romans to the austere Victorians, entry table decorations have long provided a “first impression” glimpse into one’s home. There are a number of ideas that have been utilized over the years, such as the trendy shabby chic style, as well as the more classically familiar designs.

Tip: A great place to install a lighting piece is at the entrance. After all, this is what sets the tone of what is inside. “Place a table or a console there and suspend an important chandelier to make an impression,” Vadera says.

Building on the console table + mirror + decorative items formula, don’t be afraid to play around with the symmetry, shapes, and textures. What a striking combination of chunky console, mirrored angled stool, flirty curvilinear mirror, and zebra shaped rug this is.

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