How to Create the Perfect Entryway

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I love a good entryway. It’s the first thing a person notices as they enter your home. Having a well-styled entryway sets the tone for the rest of your space. This is your moment to make a welcome go from average to great. Remember, it isn’t only for guests, but for yourself as well. Coming home to a beautiful entryway can be soothing after a long day. This is your opportunity to create an area that is alluring, but also practical.

Breaking it Down


Creating a charming entryway is simple after you pick out your main functions and have a general idea of the aesthetic you want to achieve. The first step is to find a console table that fits your home. It is important to find one that allows you to maximize your space. Once you’ve selected your table, everything else becomes easier.

Keeping It Organized


One way to keep your table organized is by incorporating decorative trays. This allows you to keep all of your small odds and ends confined to one area.

Stay Focused

Joss and Main

Finding the right console table is the first step and taking advantage of the vertical space is the last. A nice painting or mirror above the console table will draw your attention to the area and allows for the console table to stay grounded.

Joss and Main


Decor Do

Finding the right décor that fits your style is the easy part and now the fun of personalizing begins! Adding a plant or sculpture will instantly glam up your table. Try juxtaposing unique items or pairing off a few things. Whatever you decide be sure to play around and have fun


This post was written by home contributor Ashley Danielle of Darling Be Chic

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