3 Designer-Worthy Ways to Spruce Your Entryway Style

Your entryway is the first thing visitors see when arriving at your home. Make the right statement with a sleek stoop that shows off your personal style.

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Look No. 1: Modern Maven

For this stylish setup, we started with a bold color choice: coral. As Pantone's 2019 Color of the Year, this vibrant hue is just the ticket for a trendy entrance that will immediately catch the eyes of passersby. Hello, Design Diva.

Rise and Shine

Don't skimp on the jewels, aka the hardware. It may seem easier to stick with your old fixtures and rely on your poppy new door to make the whole statement, but a fresh set of satin nickel hardware will take your new look from delightful door to piece of art.

Light Bright

Light up the night with a stunning cylindrical wall sconce that strikes just the right balance of modern and classy.

What's Your Number

Narrow satin nickel house numbers pop on a sophisticated black background making it easy for guests (or let's face it, the package delivery person) to find your home.

Gimme Geometric Accents

We wanted to add a little funk to this modern mashup, and geometric shapes in unexpected places definitely did the trick. We chose a black finish that wouldn't compete with the satin nickel hardware throughout and would also create a nice neutral background for a colorful pillow full of pizzazz.

Just Fake It

Don't want to bring in your outdoor plants when the weather turns? Or maybe you aren't the most reliable when it comes to watering. Either way, faux succulents are looking more reaslistic by the day. Place yours in gorgeous shallow planters for a touch of life that isn't really living at all.

Look No. 2: Casual Cool

For a bit of subtle color, we chose a barely-there blue that looks fresh and bright without overpowering the rest of the decor.

Brass Act

Satin brass hardware pairs beautifully with the light blue door and offers a bit of farmhouse charm to this laid-back look.

Snail Mail

Bring in some old-school appeal with an adorable letterbox with a matching satin brass accent.

Rock the Look

A simple white rocker blends classic country style with more modern lines for a fashionable seating option that is as comfy as it is captivating. The fun floral pillow adds just the right amount of pattern and interest and can be easily swapped out when you're ready for a style spruce.

Don't Shrug on Shrubs

Petite faux topiaries couldn't be cuter, and the added low-maintenance aspect is just another welcome perk.

Look No. 3: Worldly Wonder

If you aren't afraid to make a major statement, you can't go wrong with bright sunshiny yellow. Here, it sets the scene for boho-inspired pieces and an overall colorful eclectic look.

Not-So-Basic Black

Not only is matte black perfectly on trend, but it also adds a striking complementary hue that neither competes with the bold door or overwhelms the eye.

All in the Details

Unique accessories, like this handsome lion head door knocker, add a distinctive element that certianly won't go unnoticed.

Bring on Boho

Nothing says boho like natural, casual pieces, and rattan furnishings definitely fit the bill. Need more incentive? It's easy to clean and durable. Win-win. Pull in colorfull accents with throw pillows and quirky accessories.

All the Plants

Pull in a varying mix of plants with different shapes and heights for an interesting vignette that radiates tropical vibes.

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