Make the most of your non-existent entryway with these clever design tricks.
A small entryway means you can get away with a bold accent wall. Patterned wallpaper adds definition to a meager foyer and yields instant personality that might overwhelm anywhere else.
As long as you've got a place to tie your shoes and hang your coat, even the tiniest entryway will feel complete.
With a little attention to styling, even a small console becomes a major design statement. Strategically hang a mirror to make the space feel twice as large.
Instead of placing your photos and art sporadically around the room, cluster them together. This move deliberately defines a wall as your entry, sectioning it off from the rest of an open layout.
Piles near your doorway are just a fact of life. Don't underestimate the power of a cute umbrella holder and shoe tray to make everything feel tidier and fancier.
A stack of bins fits easily into a skinny space. Not only do they help organize your many scarves and mittens — they also add interest to an otherwise boring wall.
If your narrow hallway won't fit the average credenza, slim down. This DIY console makes the most of a tight space by offering extra style and a place to drop your keys.
A single accent hue gives a barely-there entryway some extra oomph, making it feel like a thoughtful, fully designed room.
Open up a cramped space and gain a helpful spot for extra seating by ditching the closet door. Hooks and baskets look decorative, but still provide ample storage for your stuff.
Your front door is the focal point of your entry (big or small), so treat it that way. Paint it your favorite bright color or deck it out with .