- Storage baskets and boxes
- Framed pictures and other artwork
- Ceramics and accessories
Now, you don't have to incorporate all of these elements into your entryway table design, but remember that they make for an excellent look. Use however many or few you'd like; you could even change the decorations by season for an aesthetic that will resonate even more with your guests. Options are endless when it comes to designing and decorating your entryway table space.
Arrangement of the elements is key to a stunning display. Use items of varying heights, a combination of textures, and things that show your personality. Keep reading for an in-depth discussion about decorating your entryway table.
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Clean and Neutral
Enhance the aesthetic of your entryway with the addition of an entryway table that has been decorated with care and attention. You don't have to use a lot of items to make a beautiful space; when done correctly, less can certainly be more when it comes to decorating the entryway table. Use clean and neutral colors to create a soft entryway area.
Wooden Candle Holders
Let your entryway table bask in natural light. The gorgeous wood framed mirror helps to brighten this space even more, and the plants add a pop of color and texture. With the help of some tropical plants and photos, you can completely transform a space to be a subtle tropical dreamland.
Silver Picture Frame
Marble Top Console Table
Farmhouse Entryway Table
Warm colors, natural and organic elements, wood, and handmade items should find themselves on and around a farmhouse entryway table. This arrangement makes for a rustic yet modern aesthetic.
Round Gold Rimmed Mirror
White Table Lamp
Modern Entryway Table
If you're going for a modern style for your entryway table, keep things sleek, clean, and simple. A modern entryway table eliminates any extra details and accessories. Incorporate items of a monochromatic color spectrum and use polished surfaces and geometric patterns.
Clear Acrylic Entry Table
Grey Velvet Ottoman
What exactly is an entry table?
An entry table goes beyond being just a simple piece of decoration. It provides both form and function to a room. These tables fit perfectly in the entrance hallway or foyer of your home. There are three broad categories of these tables: console, credenza, and foyer.
Console entry tables are narrow and small, perfect for a hallway or entry without taking away too much space. It will look incredible in the space without being overbearing in terms of size.
A credenza entry table is a larger piece of furniture that has cupboards and cubbies, perfect for additional storage. This type of entry table would go wonderfully in a large entryway.
Lastly, the foyer table is a (typically) round, lower-sitting table that is positioned in the middle of the entry room. If you have the space for a piece like this, try it out.
How Do You Decorate a Table in a Large Foyer?
Decorating a table in a large foyer is very similar to decorating your entryway table. While the entryway tables typically are positioned against a hallway wall, a table in a large foyer takes center stage. It's the first thing they'll see when they walk into your home. Guests can linger and gather around this table before fully walking into the rest of your home.
You can decorate this table as dramatic or as simple as you'd like. Position some of the different items we have listed above to create an impressive display!
How Do I Pick the Right Size Entryway Table?
Pay careful attention to scale, and you'll be all set. You want to pick a table that's large enough, but not too large for the space. The size of your furniture should be able to complement both the size and shape of the room.
This process might take some trial and error. The idea is to add a unique decorative piece that will give the area a sense of personality without being overly dominant. Don't be afraid to experiment with different ideas and concepts.
For More Decorating How To's
If you're looking for more inspiration for how to decorate some other common furniture pieces, check out the following articles!