I’ve been adding spring decor to every part of our home while we’ve been self isolating & it wouldn’t be spring without styling an entryway! You know this won’t be the only spring entryway I share this season I love styling entryways and sharing my tips for how I created it. One of my most frequently asked questions is how to style a small entryway, so I hope this post gives you some inspiration for styling an entryway in a small space.
This one is so simple & only requires four things: A large statement piece, a table, some foliage, & texture. I started this space with the small entryway table. I always try to include some kind of table or bench in any entryway to give the area a purpose whether it’s for sitting or if it’s for setting your things down as you enter the house. Both items add a nice ‘welcome’ when you walk into the house.
The spring foliage, large art, & texture elements I decided to bring into the entryway were some chippy candles, a mirror, spring stems, and a wicker storage basket. I hung the mirror on the wall, which I highly recommend doing in a smaller entryway because it helps to free up more space on the table for other decor items. Whether you are putting shoes, seasonal items, or in my case toys, a basket not only adds interest to the space, but adds purposeful storage as well.
Depending on the amount of sunlight you get in your entryway you could put some real plants in your decor. I chose some faux stems for this spot & I love these ones mixed with this glass and wire textured vase. All textures from the mirror to the table to the vase to the candles to the basket all work together to make a beautiful small little welcome area.
I hope in everything that I do and share here daily on the blog, you see how simple it can be to make a simple space cozy. I hope this gives you some inspiration for styling your spring entryway! You don’t need a huge space to create a cozy and welcoming entryway in your home. This spot is less than 4 feet & is a super cozy and simple entryway that you can replicate in your home using things you may already have lying around! Are there any other spring blog posts you’d like to see? Let me know in the comments. Thank you for stopping by the blog today and every day. Xx Liz Marie
Mirror- The Found Cottage
Vase/Stems- Cottonwood shanty
Table- The Found Cottage
Candles- Flea market find
Basket- World Market
Curtains- Pottery Barn
Table paint color- fusion mineral paint in raw silk