Stylish Homes Always Get This Room Right

Nothing says welcome home quite like this stylish seaside photo and bench to shed your handbags and shoes.  

Nothing says welcome home quite like this stylish seaside photo and bench to shed your handbags and shoes.  

It doesn't matter how large or small your home is, this room is critical to making guests feel like you have it together. The entryway is the most overlooked area and yet the one with the highest impact. It's also one of the most affordable areas to dress up in your home. A little can of paint, a mirror from your thrift shop or flea market, and that errand chair or bench can do wonders.

Here are 17 of the cutest foyers that are too cute not to share. 

This New York City inspired entryway uses reprints of old sketches and blueprints as an artful collage. The fur throw is a nice touch to soften the lines.

This New York City inspired entryway uses reprints of old sketches and blueprints as an artful collage. The fur throw is a nice touch to soften the lines.

It's worth saying, that mirrors can really help make any space feel larger.  Whether it's large or small, don't be afraid to add a little reflection to your foyer.  It's also a great way to show off your flea market finds.

Every boho inspired home should have a Persian rug in the foyer. Add a plant and round mirror to hone this look even more.  

Every boho inspired home should have a Persian rug in the foyer. Add a plant and round mirror to hone this look even more.  

This TriBeCa foyer is NYC glam at its finest. I love the use of four rectangular mirrors to fill the high ceilings and large space.

This TriBeCa foyer is NYC glam at its finest. I love the use of four rectangular mirrors to fill the high ceilings and large space.

For untraditional entryways that open up to the rest of the room, consider maximizing the white space to create a minimalist vibe. A gorgeous chair and several small frames can go s long way. The small side table is perfect for placing keys and books.   

For untraditional entryways that open up to the rest of the room, consider maximizing the white space to create a minimalist vibe. A gorgeous chair and several small frames can go s long way. The small side table is perfect for placing keys and books.   

This monochromatic entryway keeps it simple with a lovely basket planter, some magazines (now you know what to do with them), and industrial mirror. 

This monochromatic entryway keeps it simple with a lovely basket planter, some magazines (now you know what to do with them), and industrial mirror. 

This entryway invites nature with a tree stump table and lovely bench.  And that chunky knit throw is to die for!

This entryway invites nature with a tree stump table and lovely bench.  And that chunky knit throw is to die for!

For animal lovers, consider an elegant photo with thin frames and matting.  This rustic bench with rusted legs is an easy DIY project for your entryway.

For animal lovers, consider an elegant photo with thin frames and matting.  This rustic bench with rusted legs is an easy DIY project for your entryway.

Rugs are a great way to bridge the space between your entryway and living room, especially for small foyers that automatically lead to the living room.  

Rugs are a great way to bridge the space between your entryway and living room, especially for small foyers that automatically lead to the living room.  

Coat hooks are an affordable way to let your prized and beautiful clothing, expensive handbags, and hats beautify your entryway.  Just make sure you have an odd number of coat hooks.

Coat hooks are an affordable way to let your prized and beautiful clothing, expensive handbags, and hats beautify your entryway.  Just make sure you have an odd number of coat hooks.

Plants add natural beauty to your entryway that never go out of style. Pair it with an entryway table and industrial mirror for an extra chic look.

Plants add natural beauty to your entryway that never go out of style. Pair it with an entryway table and industrial mirror for an extra chic look.

Can't figure out what to do with that drawer, try placing it in your entryway.  It's the perfect storage solution for keys, money, wallets, gloves and more.  Accessorize it with a beautiful potted plant.

Can't figure out what to do with that drawer, try placing it in your entryway.  It's the perfect storage solution for keys, money, wallets, gloves and more.  Accessorize it with a beautiful potted plant.

I love how this foyer keeps it simple and lets the overhead lighting become the focal point.  Such a great way to make your entryway stylish without spending a lot.

I love how this foyer keeps it simple and lets the overhead lighting become the focal point.  Such a great way to make your entryway stylish without spending a lot.

This foyer's use of multiple plants makes it feel like home.  Try succulents for a boho look with minimal upkeep.

This foyer's use of multiple plants makes it feel like home.  Try succulents for a boho look with minimal upkeep.

For a traditional look, it's all about wall color and wallpaper.  Try a bold pick and pair with complimentary rugs.  I also love the use of the buffet table and red lamps.

For a traditional look, it's all about wall color and wallpaper.  Try a bold pick and pair with complimentary rugs.  I also love the use of the buffet table and red lamps.

This entryway look is easy to pull off with a rustic bench, coat hooks, and succulents.

This entryway look is easy to pull off with a rustic bench, coat hooks, and succulents.

For that awkward entryway space, consider a simple rug and chair to show off your stye.

For that awkward entryway space, consider a simple rug and chair to show off your stye.

Which is your favorite?  Tell us what you think in the comments below.