Whether your entryway is a separate room or just a little spot by the door to drop off keys and mail, there are plenty of ways you can make it special. If yours is in need of a little pizzazz, look no further than these 12 ways to spice up your space.
Above: A colorful geometric pattern painted on the wall will have you smiling every time you walk in the door. Spotted on SF Girl by Bay.
Add a fun wallpaper to your entry wall, like Roger and Chris did in their 160-year-old Victorian home.
The entryway is the perfect spot for a little inspiration, as seen on House & Home.
Painting just half the wall will add a nice bit of contrast to any room — and it takes half the time. As seen on Design Sponge.
Painting the inside of your front door (as seen on Pompeli) is a fun weekend project, and a great way to add a little color to your space.
An oversized mirror is a great way to add drama to any space. Spotted on Turbulences Deco.
As this interior by Keogh Habermann proves, dark walls can work especially wall in an entryway.
Try adding an oversized piece of art, as seen on La Dolce Vita.
Wallpaper isn't just for walls — in this space from What Katie Ate, it graces the underside of the stairs, too.
A row of hooks with a picture ledge above is both beautiful ad practical. From A Cup of Jo.
Here's a fun idea from VT Wonen — if your foyer doesn't have enough space for an entire table, cut an existing one in half and mount it to the wall. (Brightly colored paint reccomended but not required.)
A wall-height mural adds a special touch to this entryway from AD España (and the brightly colored door doesn't hurt, either).