Your foyer is a space that should be warmly inviting and ready for impressing the guests that you’re coming to greet inside. From modern vibes to farmhouse styles, there’s a bit of inspiration for all kinds of interior design genres below. Check out how to set the scene and decorate in a way that means something to your and represents your family well. Here are 15 ideas for creating the most beautiful foyer.
1. Farmhouse Chic
Farmhouse styles are trending and Becki Owens will show you how to blend that with some chic, posh appeal. If you want a nice blend of minimalism and rustic qualities, you’ll want to take an extra long look at this set-up. The mixed material furniture pieces, the organize cuts, this is a nice walk inside.
2. Modern Organics
Architectural Digest blends modern appeal with organize material nicely as well. You’ll seem contemporary art structures in this set-up but made with the best of nature’s materials and textures. The black and white contrasts also helps to level up the modern vision.
3. Bohemian Vibes
If you’re someone who likes boho vibes a bit better, than you’ve definitely come to the right place. Lewe Decor showcases an easily blend of bohemian quality within this aztec are rug and throw pillows. We love the subtle blend of colors and patterns.
Maybe you’re looking for some fall inspiration. 111 Light Lane ignites the way. Their use of bronze-orange tones and textural wood pieces gives just a hint of autumn air. Take the leap for an even bigger tour.
Becki Owens shares this space and has out minimalistic-loving hearts fluttering. A simple seat to take a load off – and hide the shoes underneath – some wall art and a pillow or two create something that’s both inviting but clean up clutter and hassle. It’s also really easy to recreate.
6. Natural Means
There’s something beautifully natural and a hint of bohemian mixed in with this foyer from Lulu & Georgia. Again, texture is on display here more than any other faction of interior design. The neutral colors pop with its blend of interest layers and tones.
7. Subtle Trends
We’re loving this space from Designing Vibes because of its beautiful blend of current trends. The bohemian rug, the mixed-material furniture, the baskets, and unique decor shapes, they all come together to create a unique yet flexible foyer.
8. Halloween Spirit
At Charlotte’s House went with some Halloween inspiration. This foyer is already styled really nicely but you can grab some extra festive ideas from taking an extra peek. Those skeletons you see in the stores? Go ahead and grab a few – with some bags of spider webs too.
9. Romantic Antiques
Monica Wants It went a slightly different route than some of its predecessors. For those that like vintage style and antique pieces, this one is for you! See how they blended contemporary furniture with old-age accents!
10. Simple & Small
If you’re looking for some examples of how to style a space that may be a bit smaller, try this one on for size. We found it while perusing Pinterest and fell in love. The contrasting tones do the area well and we love the pop of print on the floor.
11. Easily Neutral
And sometimes all you want is simplistic touches. They breathe new life and freshness into any corner, and that’s what we see here with this more traditional set up. Find more at House Full of Summer.
12. Mudroom Float
Here’s another small foyer space that we’ve been really inspired by. It has a mudroom quality that matches family function. And its unique floating console is the perfect way to approach the problem of too less square footage. (idea via Ww18)
13. Royal Essence
If you want something a bit more glam, Elle Decor has you covered. Think about adding some golden hardware pieces and gilded decorative accents into the mix. This foyer really has a royal vibe, don’t you think?
14. Eclectic Vintage
Jekyll & Hyde went with the eclectic flair and we’re loving it too. If you have a knack for finding the best pieces of flea market treasures, use that to your advantage by creating a personalized foyer. Show off your personality right at the door.
15. Spring Traditional
And we end with a bit more tradition at StoneGable. Highlighted by some spring charm, this space has a homey, southern quality that’s appealing for families. And it can easily be styled to fit the season, year round.