40 Amazing Foyers That'll Welcome You Home

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Graphic memories of that summer in Majorca, if only in your mind.
Maura McEvoy

You know what they say about first impressions. Make sure the entryway furniture, paint color, and seating you choose send the right message (as in, "Wow, you live here?"). These incredible foyers will get you on the right track.

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William Abranowicz
Redefine Your Idea Of A "Rug"

Instead of runners, "carpet" your entry with inlaid mosaic stones. Say goodbye to shedding rugs!

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Graphic memories of that summer in Majorca, if only in your mind.
Maura McEvoy
Just Jute It

Add natural texture to a coastal entryway by installing a sisal rug on the wall. It's a fun, but still neutral, alternative to wallpaper.

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Foyer Nestor Santa-Cruz
Bjorn Wallander
Proof Simple Can Be Elegant

You don't have to make it too fussy — an antique stool and lantern add elegance to a simple foyer. Try a mini console table for flowers, a lamp, and/or artwork.

Small Console Table, $141, wayfair.com

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maharani wallpaper
Thomas Loof
Wake Up Your Entryway

If you've got a small foyer, take a risk with bold wallpaper. It's eyecatching, but in a small space, it isn't overwhelming. Then, choose small furniture so you can open the door and walk without bumping into things.

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Ngoc Minh Ngo
Choose Laid-Back Lighting

Yellow sounds scary, but when you only paint one wall, it can actually feel really sunny and bright. Counterbalance it with a bold blue chandelier.

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Francesco Lagnese
Use A Designer's Fave Accessory

Chinoiserie jars are the epitome of chic. Add a rustic touch with mini topiaries on your console table.

Ginger Jars, $38, wayfair.com

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Annie Schlechter
Get Wild With The Wallpaper

Instead of wallpapering the foyer alone, carry it all of the way up the staircase to make more of an impact. If you're afraid of going too bold, choose a pattern in a neutral color.

Damask Wallpaper, $2, wayfair.com

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Don Freeman
Watercolor It Up

Even if you don't have a beach house, you can turn yours into one by painting the entry seafoam. Then, sand and wax the floorboards for a more rustic look.

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Frank de Biasi Manhattan Apartment
Stephen Kent Johnson
Install A Hidden Cupboard

Storage hack: Add a secret compartment under the stairs. The false front is perfect for bikes, tennis rackets, umbrellas, etc.

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Amy Neunsinger
Go HAM With Blue & White

Blue and white is the perfect color combo for a beach house. If your foyer is large, add intimacy with pattern, wallpaper, and a warm rug.

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Annie Schlechter
Choose Flowers That Won't Die

A bouquet is good. An oversize floral painting is even better.

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Stephen Kent Johnson
Go For A Joanna Gaines Fave: Black Trim On Errrrything

If you want to upgrade your foyer without a serious reno, all you need is a color upgrade. Paint and matching trim will make the entry feel fresh.

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Laura Resen
Get A Special Screening

No formal foyer? No problem. This screen is a sleek alternative to a room divider.

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Christopher Sturman
Go Botanical

City apartment got you feeling like you're stuck in a concrete jungle? Botanical wallpaper helps bring the outdoors to you.

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Originated in 17th-century France with softly worn pastel hues, yet even today it shows no sign of fatigue.
Luke White
Get Chilly With It

Blues and grays create a soothing palette. It might seem more of a coastal color, but it works perfectly in a farmhouse, too.

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Christopher Baker
Go Big Or Go Home

Hang oversized artwork over a chest to make an impact in your entryway. This Korean tiger complements the dresser perfectly.

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Anne Schlechter
Let Your Stairway Make A Statement

We can't all have these incredible exposed wood beams, but we can fake a Spanish style with decor. Add period sculptures, an ornate console, and a upholstered bench. (But seriously, can you even notice those with that tiled stairwell in the background?! OBSESSED.)

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Bench, Please

If you don't want to paint, you can add fun color through your furniture. Try contrasting colors for a bench and accent chairs.

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Christopher Sturman
Go Into The Deep

Paint one wall a deep, jewel-toned color, like this blue, to make an impact without darkening the space too much. The lighter trim will keep it feeling airy and welcoming.

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blue and white foyer
James Merrell
Let The Sun Shine In

If you've got high ceilings, add warmth to your foyer with a rug. Large-scale art on the walls will also help pull the eye down.

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For a dramatic statement in the foyer and stairwell, Harper covered the walls in Jim Thompson's Duquetterie linen. Hourglass table, Bunny Williams. Runner, Stark.
Francesco Lagnese
Bring On The Drama

For a entry that makes people go "daaaamn," cover the walls with a bold printed paper. Keep the rest of the decor simple, like a small table, so it doesn't feel too busy.

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zebra rug stairs
Miki Duisterhof
Show Them Animal Print Totally Works As A Neutral

The bold pattern of a custom-made, zebra-inspired rug gives this otherwise neutral entryway LIFE.

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vaughan lymington chandelier
Maura McEvoy
Glam It Up

Leafed wallpaper, a stunning chandelier, and a sleek black console make this foyer total glam goals. Add abstract art for a burst of color.

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Victoria Pearson
Liven Things Up

For a Hacienda feel, cover bench cushions in a reclaimed carpet. Rattan baskets and an eclectic gallery wall complete the look.

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antique french basket
Annie Schlechter
Dark Wood Balances Out A Bright Room

Add a basket under your console table for extra storage. Fresh blooms never hurt anything, either.

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Bahamas foyer
Bjorn Wallander
Get A Taste Of The Islands

These wicker chairs are everything our plain accent chairs aspire to be. Painted metal palms add serious fun.

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entry mural
Simon Watson
Go Full Alice In Wonderland

This looks like wallpaper, but it's actually a mural. Coulda fooled us.

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white aged console table
Karyn R. Millet
Choose Your LBD (Little Black Details)

Black might feel a bit uninviting for a foyer, but that doesn't mean you have to stay away from it. Incorporate it in the details, like a mirror or lamp.

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whitewashed entry floors
Amy Neunsinger
Get Breezy Fo' Sheezy

To create a light, airy feel, paint the walls white and whitewash the floors. To add contrast, go for a high-gloss black front door. Now that's haute.

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louvered shutters
Jonny Valiant
Shutter It Down

Louvered shutters that open into the living room add a touch of British Colonial style to this entry. Keep tones brown and white to add to the period feel.

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