Resources for a Welcoming Entryway

Resources for a Welcoming Entryway

Jason Loper
Jan 26, 2013
The entryway is your – and your guests' – first impression of your home. And you know what they say - you only get one chance to make a first impression. We've rounded up hooks, racks, landing strips and other essentials to help turn your entry into a space that is welcoming and, just as importantly, convenient.
Entryway Essential: Landing Strip Hooks Unlock the door, walk into your home, hang the keys on a hook. Then, you'll always know where your keys are when you need them. • Best Umbrella Stands A vessel in the entryway gives you a place to stash that drippy umbrella on your way in and keeps it close by when you're leaving home on a rainy day. • Winter Ready: 10 Boot Trays A place for your snowy or muddy shoes and boots will help keep your entryway — and the rest of your home — tidy. • Best Wall Mount Hooks & Coat Racks For entryways that are too small for a coat tree, a wall mounted coat rack will give you a place to hang your coat and bag when you enter your home. • 5 Orange Accessories For the Entry Bring a little color to the entryway with one of these orange options. • Best Shoe Racks, Cabinets & Stands If your entryway lacks a closet, one of the shoe cabinets from this post will give you a place to stash your kicks. If you're lucky enough to have a closet, one of the racks might be more ideal. • Front Doorsteps with Flair: 10 New Doormats for the New Year There's no rule that doormats have to go outside your door! • Best Coat Racks & Coat Trees If you have the room for one, a coat tree will give you space to hang multiple coats and bags. • Small Space Solution: Wall Mounted Landing Strips We're all about the landing strip here at Apartment Therapy. If you don't have space for a full table, one of these wall mounted options may be just the ticket. • High vs. Low: Mudroom & Entry Essentials From storage lockers to benches, this post will help you outfit an entry no matter your budget. MORE ENTRYWAYS ON APARTMENT THERAPYTips for Dealing with a No-Entryway EntrywayBest Foot Forward: Make a Good EntryInspiration: Entry Ways, Foyers & Landing StripsHow To: Make A Colorful And Organized Entry Way (Image: Ruthie & Will's Eclectic Nashville Charmer)
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