DIY Entryway Furniture Ideas

Furnishing your entryway depends on your needs. Do you just need a spot for mail and keys, or does it also have to have room for boots and coats? Whatever your needs, Hometalk can provide you with the ideas and guidance you've been looking for. We've got the projects, slideshows, and videos to inspire you and help you complete your entryway.

Advice for Entryway Furniture
Add a mirror on the wall
Use a mirror to compensate for a lack of natural light. Mirrors can also make small entryways feel larger.
Find a place to perch
If you have a spacious entryway, add chairs to allow guests to remove their shoes with greater ease. Seating easily creates a welcoming room.
Hook your items for safe keeping
Use hooks to provide space for coats. If the entryway is too small for a console table, hooks can be the perfect place to keep keys safe.
Organize your mail with style
Use a mail organizer to keep things tidy. Choosing either a rustic or modern organizer can prepare guests for the theme of your house.
Go green with a plant
Use greenery to make the transition between the outside world and your house a little smoother. Use faux plants if natural light is scarce.
Top Projects for Entryway Furniture

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Popular Slideshows for Entryway Furniture

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Entryway Furniture Videos

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DIY Entryway Mirror With Hooks

I recently repurposed an old entertainment center in mudroom storage & seating but it left an open wall space that I wanted to fill. I thought a nice framed mirror with hooks would be ideal in the space, so I looked at my leftover material from the original project and found that I had the perfect piece to make an entryway mirror.