For Your Inspiration Board: 15 Stylish Entryway Setups

Entryways are one of my favorite parts of a home. They have the potential to instantly tell you so many things about the person who lives there. Even if your space is small, you can create an entryway that's functional, beautiful, and reflective of your style. If you're looking for ideas, here are some inspirational spaces to get you started.

The best stylish small entryways seem to 1) go bold, 2) make really good use of the wall, and/or 3) use small tables or benches. Going bold and bright helps to distinguish the space even if it isn't a separate room. Knobs, hooks, and shelves can help mazimize the small space. Small tables, benches, or even a bookshelf can multi-task as storage and a place for keys and mail. Functional accessories like a mirror, crates, or baskets can make the space feel inviting.

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(Image credits: Leela Cyd; Glitter Guide; Daniella Witte; Tangletree Interiors; A Beautiful Mess; Deas & Mea; Decor Pad; Better Home and Gardens; House to Home; Lena Corwin; Martha Stewart; Mi Casa Revista; The Luxury Spot; West Elm; Cavern)

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Christine lives in Richmond, VA with her husband, daughter and Norwegian Elkhound. She is a purveyor of daily delights and champions the joy of doing more with less, the art of living beautifully, and sharing good stories.

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