Add some extra spice to your entryway this summer. Make it so your guests always feel welcomed and get a punch of personality upon entering. Whether it’s outside the front door, or as soon as you step into the foyer, here are 15 summertime entryway decor ideas that will easily help you jazz up the space this season! Take a scroll and let us know your favorites out of the bunch!
1. Pineapple Doorknocker
Truly welcome your guess with some extra posh appeal and summertime vibes by learning how to attach one of these beautiful pineapple doorknockers to the front entryway. It’s a really great way to give off a great first impression to your guests. Find the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.
2. Under $12 Bench
Never Skip Brunch made the perfect entryway bench from scratch – and it costs under $12 to complete. Use this as an easy welcoming piece for the family to organize bags, display fun throws, and have everyone’s shoes find a space underneath. Check out the details after the jump.
3. Shoe Tray
Instead of a bench, you can create a show tray to hide everyone’s (especially the guests’) shoes upon entering the house. It’ll keep the floor clean at the front of the house and organize those sneakers and sandals in a stylish, tidy way. Grab the tutorial at Hazel + Gold Designs.
4. Board & Batten Wall
The best part of the accent wall isn’t just the fact that you can easily recreate this on your own but the addition of those hooks makes it an essential part of the entryway. House Mix walks you through the transformation and helps you gather inspiration for styling and using the area in a functional way. And it only took $100 to complete!
5. Tree Bench
Angela Marie Made will teach you how to make a treen bench. This is a wonderful piece to organize the front room, especially for families. Backpages, coats, and the like can easily find a cozy place to stay when not in use.
6. Farmhouse Console Table
To go along with the trendy plans of a shabby chic or farmhouse style home, we have this DIY farmhouse console table that is a wonderful entryway piece. Lamberts Lately will walk you through the steps and feel free to paint it any color that strikes your fancy!
7. Wall Organizer
This wall organizer is a great addition to the entryway (or mudroom) in a family’s home as well. Don’t forget your important papers for school, work, or sports teams, hang up your coats, and keep within the farmhouse feel too. Check it out at Shanty 2 Chic.
8. Pom Pom Garland
Design Sponge makes an adorable little accent for your front door as well – making the style and welcoming energy of your entryway even more personalized and fun. This pom-pom piece will fit right on the doorknob and add just the right amount of color!
9. Rustic Buffet
If you hop on over to our favorites at Liz Marie, you’ll find some plans for making one of these rustic buffets. For our bigger entryways, these do really well. And you can easily change out the decor to match the seasons.
10. Tulip Basket
You could always learn how to make a floral basket for your front door. There’s really nothing better than decorating the house with fresh flowers. Check this one out at Country Living.
11. Seasonal Prints
You can add some seasonal prints into the actual accents you decide to display in the front entryway area – once you’re inside the house. Just take some tips from A Blissful Nest and peruse the scene she has set for some easy-to-follow and recreate ideas.
12. Magnolia Wreaths
Magnolia wreaths are classic – and super trendy right now. Learn how to whip one giant one up for the front door, or a sprinkle of smaller ones as a gallery wall throughout the foyer. Check out this particular creation at A Piece of Rainbow.
13. Fun Doormat
Whether you want to use this design or create your own, making your own (personalized) doormat is really simple! Make it unique and reflect your family! Follow some guidelines through these spaces at Pinterest.
14. Extra Greens
You could just stack the greens up nicely. A wreath and some potted plants scattered around the patio would be a welcoming and simple way to decorate. Grab more ideas like this by perusing Pinterest!
15. Tropical Leaf Wreath
Lia Griffith gives us another fun and final way to decorate your entryway for the summertime season. Learn how to create a tropical wreath. It’ll give your door nice texture and a beautiful homage paid to your favorite time of the year.