Your entryway is the first impression visitors have of your home. You want it to feel warm and inviting, but you also want guests to see your design style the moment they step foot in your house.
One way to accomplish this is by adding a console table for guests to throw their keys or purse on and decorating this table. I’ve made this easy for you by rounding up five gorgeous neutral entry console table decor ideas below!
It doesn’t matter if you call it an entryway or foyer, it’s the first thing people see when they step into your home so it has to look great. This is the first impression people have of your home and you want it to feel luxe, special and welcoming. Whether you are blessed with soaring ceilings and a dedicated foyer area or are working with a cramped corner, it is possible to transform your space into a stylish entry.
Decorate a Console Table to Make a Small Entryway Feel Larger
First impressions are essential when welcoming both you and your guests into your home. In order to achieve a statement hallway, we always incorporate a console or entry table into the space, which is both functional and elegant.
When dressing the entry table, it is important to consider both purpose and scale, drawing the eye into and around the room.
Adding greenery and a scent diffuser will also create an uplifting ambiance.
Note the slimline proportions of the table – including its legs – and the tall, narrow mirror – both cleverly work to exaggerate the entryway's height, making the narrow space feel more generous. The console table legs from Flowyline Design always is your best choice for entryway tables.
Keep a Beautiful Console Table Decorate Minimally
Don't over-style an entryway console table that's already beautifully embellished. Here, Jonathan Adler’s Globo entry table is the most perfect design if you want to inject some futuristic glamor and make a bold statement.
Carry the circles through by placing a mirror above it and look out for circular accessories like a curvy vase and a round tray for your everyday essentials.
Pick a Decorating Theme for Your Entryway Console
If your entryway console table has a distinct decorative theme – whether mid-century or modern style – picking accessories to decorate it with that echo that theme makes perfect sense. Here, Flowyline Curva console table legs have been accessorized with a painting completed with rustic touches and the Draco Console Table Legs have been accessorized with a Christmas theme – to great success.
Add Unique Decorations to Your Entryway
Just because it’s your entryway and you probably don’t constantly see it doesn’t mean you should leave it with the bare bones of decor. Go ahead and add your decorative bits and pieces like a ceramic animal or a collection of bottles.
Embrace Your Dark Side
As far as we're concerned, this moody entryway is the perfect place to experiment with darker colors. The curated black, gold and gray colors keep the table décor cohesive without competing with bolder wallpaper. "A gorgeous dark statement wallpaper can always do the trick to make the entryway more interesting," Okin suggests.
A foyer or entryway is the first space a guest sees when they come into your home. Make that first impression amazing with a well-styled entryway table. Although each home is unique, there are a few console table styling tricks that we tend to incorporate again and again to bring our entryway looks to life.
Styling a console table is all about creating moments that bring more function and personality to your space, and it can be easier said than done!
Here are a few of our go-to console table metal legs designs:
The first decision you have to make is whether you want a table in the center of your entryway or a console table against the wall. This decision will likely be decided for you based on the amount of space you have. A wide-open foyer is a perfect place for a square or round foyer table while a more narrow entryway is the perfect spot for a console table.
For those of us who love a minimalist moment, keep your entryway table decor simple with a single vase of fresh blooms or branches. You should never be afraid of blank space. This less-is-more approach can seriously elevate your entryway and you will hardly have to lift a finger.
Height is the most important thing to keep in mind when styling your entryway table so be sure to layer your table with short, tall, and in-between pieces to create a curated look. A vase of fresh flowers will always look good next to a coffee table book full of bright images that you can change daily.
Figure out what you want the centerpiece to be. Entryway table centerpieces can include vases, large art, plants, or more. If you are using an entryway console table, try large artwork. Large-scale artwork will draw the eye instantly. Pair it with a lamp and vase that nearly matches the artwork in height so that the art doesn’t dwarf everything else on the table
Do you always just toss your things on your entryway table? Stash it away with some cleverly placed baskets. Better yet, go for an entryway table with storage. That way, your foyer will always look good, and you won’t have to spend another moment thinking about where you left your keys.
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