Although you may not have had many guests floating through your foyer lately, that doesn’t mean you can’t spruce it up for the brighter days ahead. It might also help to make yourself feel a little better in these unprecedented times.
Much like you, we find solace in beautiful decor; so, as always, we’re bringing you some of our favorite trending looks from Instagram, this week with a focus on entryways.
And even if stores are closed and most of us are self-isolating, you don’t have to wait to steal these designs for yourself. We’ve ID’d the items you can have delivered to your door for some reimagined #entrywaygoals in the near future.
1. Brushed gold pendants
These beauties featured by @mmlighting are like candy for your ceiling, which sounds just like what we all need right now.
“If you want to add some extravagant accents to your home without going overboard, these brushed-gold pendants could be perfect,” says home decor blogger Jeneva Aaron of TheHouseWire.
“You can find gold leaf and adhesive on Amazon and apply it to the inside of your existing fixtures. It’s an easy project that can make your entryway look significantly better.”
2. Multipanel mirror
Mirrors—which can brighten any space—always seem to make an appearance in entryway decor, but we’ve never seen one quite as lavish as this multipaneled one featured by @rachelmroyster.
“Multipanel mirrors are trendy, since they replace what might be a boring decoration with a statement that serves as art,” says designer Colin Haentjens of The Knobs Company.
“The panels come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but I recommend that at least one panel would allow someone to have an uninterrupted view of their face.”
Get the look: Shop this Country Window Accent Mirror from Wayfair to steal the look.
3. Distressed statement table
Much like mirrors, side tables are a classic entryway staple—but this one, featured by @antiquefarmhouse? Well, it deserves a decor nomination of its own.
“Every entryway needs a statement table,” Aaron says. “And this one is a good spot for accessories to set the mood of your home.”
Get the look: You can order your very own Prairie console table from Antique FarmHouse.
4. Accordion wall racks
We all need hanging hooks, but for those interested in something that won’t detract from the open, airy look of an entryway, you need look no further than these accordion wall racks, featured by @mia.interiors.
“Instead of mounting multiple hooks directly into the wall, get yourself an accordion rack—there are all kinds of stylish ones out there that will expand to fit the size of your wall,” Aaron says.
Get the look: Check out these handmade accordion racks from Etsy to find the perfect one for your entryway.
5. Geometric wallpaper
We just love seeing classic patterns (with a twist) in unexpected places—like this herringbone-esque wallpaper feature by @pine.ridge.designs.
“Your entryway sets the mood for your entire home,” Aaron says. “It’s the first thing you and your guests see—and an accent wall like this one can make everyone feel at home as soon as they walk through the door.”
Get the look: Shop this selection of herringbone wallpaper from Wayfair to get the look.