Impress Your Guests With These Expensive Looking Entryway Ideas

They'll be even more impressed when you tell them how little it cost you.

By Hometalk Highlights

Build your own mudroom with a shiplap wall

With some planning, you can build this mudroom in a weekend.

Paint your dingy wood into beautiful tiles

With just $5 of paint, this foyer became high-class.

Add a stenciled wall for some character

The pattern makes the wall seem so much more alive.

Give it a subtle but noticable paint job

Two-toned stripes bring focus to your entryway without it taking all the attention.

Revamp your coat closet with a bench

Take off those doors for the perfect mudroom.

Use a dark color to create a bold pattern

Contrast with a light color to make your entryway look more than just the place to enter.

Upgrade a dresser into an entryway table

Take out the top drawers and give it a paint job for a new look.

Add some board and batten for a high-end look

This homemade mudroom looks like it was bought at Pottery Barn.

Use galvanized metal tin for wainscotting

This looks so expensive, but is actually quite simple to do.

Add a vibrant patterned bench

This little piece is all you need to make your entryway also a mudroom.

Create a calm entryway with a desk

Even if your front door opens to the living room, you can still create a space.

Use it for a pop of color

The turquoise wall was just what this small apartment needed.

Hang up a statement mirror

Mirrors give the effect of a bigger room, and a bubble mirror shows off your style.

Build your own wooden bench

It looks elegant and you’re guests will be impressed with your handiwork.