Entry tables make defining first impressions at the entrance of your home. Also known as a foyer table, determining how to decorate your entrance and entryway table should be a priority. While this small area of the house is usually meant to be practical rather than glam, making an effort to dress it up can pay off. After all, beautiful entrance table decor is always appreciated by family and guests. From small to big, round to long, easy and simple to DIY and creative, here are the best entry table decor ideas designed to fit any style of home you have.
Foyer Entry Table Decor Ideas
Picking a chic and modern entry table gives you a starting point when decorating your foyer. You can take the minimalist route with a basic table that fits your aesthetic goals, or invest in a sturdy foyer table with plenty of drawers for storage. Whichever way you go, remember that it’s a good idea to add plants, art, candles, mirrors and décor pieces into the mix to gussy up the entryway space.
As much as you want a functional console table for your entrance, there are ways to make this hallway fashionable, cute and inviting. Figuring out how to decorate your entryway can be tricky, so check out our collection of entry table ideas to spruce up your front door and hallway!
Shabby Chic Entry Table with Rustic Touch
A rough-looking blue entryway table adds a healthy dose of personality to an otherwise basic space. The drawers provide plenty of storage – but if you need something extra, a wooden crate will do the trick. A version of shabby chic, this adorable piece will do wonders for your front door and hallway.
Modern Foyer Table
Looking for elegance over practicality? A simple table with an interesting design should fit your needs. You can always add extra storage via strategically placed baskets.
Simple Small Entryway For An Industrial Look
If you don’t have a lot of square feet to play with, go for a slim foyer table that doesn’t take up too much space. In this case, the metal legs go great with the leather bench, giving the reception area an industrial vibe.
Trendy Wooden Hallway Entrance Table
Wood gives the impression of warmth, making it a great pick for hallways. A wooden entry table goes great with some greenery, so add a couple of plants to spruce it up. Here, that gorgeous lamp perfectly completes the look.
Minimal Foyer Table Décor
Clutter can cause unnecessary stress, so it’s best to keep it away from your greeting area. An elegant painting and a flower bouquet are enough to ensure a welcoming atmosphere.
Repurposed Desk To Save Cash
Don’t feel like investing in a new piece of furniture for the foyer? Repurpose an old desk from your study. With the right accessories, no one will notice the difference.
Pastoral Hallway with Wooden Front Door Table
A sturdy and eye-catching foyer table looks best when paired with rustic décor pieces like wicker baskets and old-school lamps. The green garland is a nice finishing touch.
White Entry Table with Cool Storage For The Reception Area
While baskets and boxes are popular storage options, feel free to go the extra mile and come up with more inventive solutions. Case in point: the vintage luggage adds a classy flair to the space.
Farmhouse Console Table Decor with Lush Plants and Baskets
Nothing grabs the eye quite as effectively as a lush plant. Dress up your entryway with some accent bouquets and you’re farmhouse decor is golden.
Easy DIY Table with Cool Wall Art For Small Foyer
Adding an oversized print above a skinny foyer table is a surefire way to give the space a bit of an edge. This is the first thing you’ll see upon entering your home, so feel free to pick a print with a positive message for good vibes.
Cute Front Entry Table For A Stylish Hallway
The gorgeous design of this wooden table begs for you to embrace symmetry when decorating. The result is a stunning foyer.
Small Entryway Table with Carved Greeting
A fun way to add a touch of whimsy to your entry area is to pick charming décor items. This carved ‘Hello’ sign, for example, is perfect for the foyer.
Small Table with Large Decorations
You’d think that small accessories are the way to go when decorating a slim foyer table. That’s not always the case. Here, the oversized pieces create a nice contrast.
Black Entry Table with Pops of Color
A black table can bring a touch of sophistication to your foyer, but it can also make the space look gloomy or too dark. To avoid this common issue, add some pops of color into the mix – like these delightful blue vases.
Simple Wood Foyer Table Decor with Earthy Tones
If you’re all about the outdoors, bring some nature into your foyer with earthy tones. A wooden table coupled with some lush greenery will ensure a calming and welcoming atmosphere.
Dark Wood with Mirror and Plants For A Luxury Feel
Hanging a mirror above your entryway is a quick and practical way to decorate your reception area. If the mirror frame complements the table, even better!
Decorating with Signs, Plants, Clock, Baskets and Pillows
The easiest way to make sure that your décor pieces go well together is to invest in objects in similar shades. Here’s, there’s a woodsy theme going on, which fits nicely with the foyer table.
Cabinet-Style Table with Plenty of Storage
While open space is great, sometimes the need for storage trumps aesthetic whims. That doesn’t mean that your foyer needs to look any less stylish. This tastefully decorated area fits all sorts of odds and ends while also being visually pleasing.
White Decor with Contrasting Greenery
The all-white design trend is still going strong, so there’s no wonder that white entry tables are in popular demand. Make the space look cozier by adding some greenery.
Unique Console Decor
When dressing up your reception area, don’t just reach out for predictable pieces like lamps, plants, and family photos. Vintage books, for instance, make for excellent décor.
Mementos are a great addition to your foyer – they will make you feel warm and cozy inside right as you step into the front door. Think photos, vacation souvenirs, pillows, baskets, pictures, or knick-knacks with sentimental value.
Go For A Reception Area with A Theme
Feel like getting creative? Pick a theme for your entryway and stick to it when decorating. For instance, animal art is especially eye-grabbing, but you can choose decorations that relate to your passions, hobbies, and interests.
Glass Table Decor
A mirrored table adds depths and texture to any space. Plus, it’s a statement piece on its own, so you don’t need a lot of foyer décor to make it stand out.
Luxurious Foyer Table and Mirror with Elegant Finish
Speaking of mirrored tables, this one has a lavish feel to it. Pair it with an oversized mirror and a few glass accessories and you’ve got yourself a stunning welcoming area that’s bound to impress.
Colorful Foyer Table Decor with Vase and Baskets
One of the best spots to place statement artwork in a home is in the foyer. It immediately catches the attention of anyone who walks through the front door. In this case, the art complements the hallway nicely.
Minimalist Modern Front Door Table to Keep Decor Simple
A simple, modern entry table paired with an oversized mirror with no frame will give the area a posh vibe with minimum effort.
Small Front Door Table For A Cool Design
Taking advantage of seasonal décor is a great way to keep your front door looking fresh all year round. In this case, these pieces go great for Fall and Halloween.
Modern Blue Color with Mirror and Simple Decor
A quick way to dress up an old piece of furniture is to add a new coat of paint. Make it a statement color and you’ve got yourself an eye-grabbing table without breaking the bank.
Basic Entry Table with Metallic Finish
Simple doesn’t have to mean boring. This design may be basic, but the material offers it a luxurious feel.
Rustic Foyer Table with Large Accessories
This wooden entry table would go especially well in a cabin or vacation home. If you’re more of a city person, pair it with the right accessories and you’ll create a rustic little corner right in the middle of the urban jungle.
Whimsical White Foyer Table with Welcome Chalkboard Sign
A chalkboard is a fun addition to any home. You can write a welcoming sign or engage your creativity and come up with some doodles for a touch of whimsy.
Cute Narrow Entry Table with Chairs
In small spaces, multi-purpose furniture can be a godsend. In this case, the cute table comes with matching chairs so that it can double as an entertaining area for one-on-one chats.
Classy Black Décor
An interesting way to decorate your entry table is to keep pieces confined to the middle area. It will make your table appear longer and create the illusion of space.
Old-Fashion Rustic Front Door Decor
Here’s another idea of how to use seasonal décor to your advantage. This Christmas-ready look is perfect for the holidays since the décor fits the color theme and doesn’t look particularly out of place.
Cute Foyer Table Decor with Inspirational Quote
As we’ve already mentioned, chalkboard signs work wonders in the foyer. To always leave the house in a good mood, write down an inspirational message or quote.
Simple Chic Small Foyer Table and Mirror
If a single piece of art isn’t enough to brighten up your foyer, take things one step further and create a gallery wall. These minimal prints go great with the overall design of the space.
Dapper Front Door Table with Unique Design
An entry table with an interesting design will instantly elevate for the reception area. Shop around or hit yard sales and thrift stores for interesting pieces you might be able to restore.
Lavish Round Table For A Beautiful Foyer Area
Your entrance table doesn’t have to hug the wall. If you have a luxury home with a large foyer area, a simple round entry table may be a classy fashionable addition to the space. This white foyer table looks best with flowers on top, an armchair nearby for comfort, and decorative wicker baskets to store umbrellas and canes.
Classy Minimal Style with Large Round Mirror
Thanks to its posh design, this cabinet-style table doesn’t need a lot of décor to stand out. The oversized mirror, however, complements it beautifully.
Lovely Antique Design
This elegant look will appeal to vintage lovers. If you go for something similar, make sure the accessories match the theme. A modern clock, for example, would look out of place here.
Contemporary Furniture in Neutral Colors
This spacious entryway table comes with plenty of storage without sacrificing style. It fits right into this all-white foyer, which is brightened up by the colorful area rug.
Matching Table and Chair with Decorative Candles and Wall Art
Pair a unique table design with color-coordinated chairs, and top it off with glass candle holders and colorful flowers. With so many decorating ideas for your entry hall, it can be hard to know where to start. We recommend finding large pieces of furniture you love and fit the space, and then working down to smaller decorative items.
Colorful Foyer Decor with Small Red Table
Tables come in many shapes and forms, so there’s plenty of choice for those looking for something bolder. A bright red piece, for instance, adds a playful vibe to any space.
Simple Wood with Drawers For Storage
Here’s an entry table that perfectly balances style and functionality. The drawers allow you to hide away knick-knacks. As for the open space below, populate it with bins and baskets to keep messiness at bay.
Round Entry Table For An Opulent Foyer
If you’re going for the round table, why not match it to your front door for a dazzling effect? A luxurious chandelier will complete the decadent look.
Black Half Table with Matching Mirror and Planters
Feel like a table alone isn’t enough? Go for an entryway set. These gorgeous planters are a thing of beauty. Also, notice how the photo frame and the mirror frame are a perfect match.
Extravagant Small Entrance Table with Window Frame
Instead of a mirror, place an intricate window frame on top of your entry table. It helps your décor pop without looking out of place.
Beautiful Front Entrance Hallway
This modern and classy entry console table is the perfect way to spruce up your front door and hallway. If you have hardwood floors and chic contemporary interior design throughout your home, this light-colored, high-end furniture set with candles, baskets, and pillows is the ideal decor.
Adorable Bohemian Hall Table with Mirror and Simple Decorations
Sometimes, keeping things simple is the way to go, especially when you have a tiny place to play with. A basic entry table paired with a plush area rug creates a cozy reception area.
Drawers and Baskets For Great Storage
If your entrance table has open storage space built-in, dress it up with baskets. It will make it look more put-together.
Small Narrow Foyer Entryway Table and Mirror with Metallic Colors
A small table can dazzle if it comes with an eye-catching design, like here. Hang a mirror with an interesting frame above and you don’t even need additional décor pieces.
Long Design For A Grand Foyer
This stunning example would look crammed in a small apartment. In a spacious hallway with a high ceiling though, it fits right in.
Vases make for great décor pieces, even without holding any plants. If they sport an interesting design, don’t tuck them away when they’re not in use.
Polished White Top with Lamps and Unique Wall Decoration
Vanity tables aren’t solely for the bedroom. They can look gorgeous in the hallway, especially when they come with comfy seats.
Long Narrow DIY Homemade Console Table with Accent Lights
An easy way to make this part of your home pop is to decorate it with accent accessories, like these creative lamps. This works incredibly well in narrow spaces.
Matching Front Door Furniture
If one entry table isn’t enough and your entrance area is large, you can incorporate two tables of similar styles. As long as they match, they’ll make the space look tidy and welcoming.
Tall Black and White Table and Mirror
Besides looking chic, a black and white entry table will never go out of style. For accessories, you can stick to the b/w combo or incorporate some neutrals for an extra dose of warmth.
Modern Style For Small Spaces
A tiny home entry table may not provide a lot of storage, but it will elevate your foyer. Sometimes all you need is a simple flat tabletop that you can put a few pictures and leave your keys and wallet on. Kudos if it comes in an interesting shape that sparks intrigue.
Black with Colorful Décor and Unique Shape
A quick way to balance out a dark entryway is to populate it with colorful trinkets and decorations. Books and ornate boxes look particularly dashing in the reception area.
Small Farmhouse Foyer Table with A Rough Finish
A neutral color scheme works wonders in small spaces, and this hallway is no exception. Notice how the rough finish of the entryway table gives it a rustic look.
Narrow Wooden DIY Entry Table
Feel like getting your hands dirty? An entrance table can make for a wonderful DIY project. There are plenty of tutorials online to get you inspired, or you can use your creativity and come up with a unique design.
Simple Design For a Clean Look
A petite entryway table can look just as glam as an oversized one, especially when paired with an elegant framed mirror. This simple yet functional wall entrance table is attached comes with drawers and a mix of light and dark wood colors. In fact, by the looks of it, it could be a DIY project.
Glass Table with Unique Wall Mirror, White Linen Cloth, and Chic Decorating Ideas
Glass decor will always give your hallway a classy look. The best part about this style is that there’s plenty of storage space available underneath.
Cool Decor For Travel Enthusiast
If you’re a passionate traveler, this design should be right up your alley. It may even make coming back from holiday less depressing.
Beautiful Hallway with Luxury Foyer Table and Chairs
Adding some comfortable armchairs on each side of your foyer table makes your hallway double as a seating area. Practical and chic for a gorgeous interior design that complements any luxury home.
Simple Ways To Decorate A Foyer Table
A posh way to add personality to an all-white hallway is with accessories. This stylish entrance table complements the space beautifully for a gorgeous finish.