The lack of an actual foyer shouldn't be the deciding factor on whether or not your space can have an entryway. We rounded up a few clever tricks and decorating ideas to help you make an entryway out of nothing! Here's how.
Expedition Iron Mirror
Cubist Wall Shelf, Small
Rattan Cage Glass Vase
photography by HOUZZ
Appoint a chair to double as a catch-all, to hold just a day's worth of gear.
LAXseries Dining Chair
The Palma Chair
MALAGA, French Market Basket, with Pompoms (Orange and Black)
photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK
For the more rustic aesthetic, lean a ladder against a wall to drape on shoes and accessories.
Adler Ivory Area Rug
Hamptons Pewter Outdoor Area Rug
photography by TURBULENCES-DECO.FR
The ultimate entry for the modern minimalist: four evenly-spaced hooks for just the bare essentials.
Mortise Door Knob Hooks
Sumner Street Home Hardware 3 Hook Rustic Modern Rail - White/Brass
photography by DESIGN COMB
Set the faux entry apart from the rest of the home with a bright wall paint or wallpaper.
Wire Basket Large - Black
Large Wire Basket
photography by ANTHROPOLOGIE
Mount a single shelf along the wall and pair with a mirror and a handful of hooks.
Solace 28" Mirror with Shelf in Caramel
Black Shelf in Smoked Oak
photography by DESIGN SPONGE
Add seating such as a simple bench or chair, to help further reiterate the purpose of the spot.
Calypso Blue Outdoor Area Rug
Shapes Blue Combo Area Rug
photography by 204 PARK
Designate an entry by the door with a rug - big, small, long, colorful, modern, vintage, the possibilities are endless!
Chroma Overdyed Pink Area Rug
Hand Knotted Christensen Berber Shag 4' 1" x 8' 10"
Hand Knotted Sparks Berber Shag 5' 3" x 8' 8"
photography by MYDOMAINE