Entryway Round Table – No matter what size your foyer can be, you can find ways to decorate if you treat your foyer as a room. A lobby or entrance gives your guests a preview of what the rest of your home may look like. Use furniture to decorate your lobby and show your personal style. When decorating your lobby with furniture, make sure your door can be opened all the way. A large, sweeping staircase that curves down into your lobby makes a big impression on the guests coming into your home. However, as beautiful as such a staircase is in itself, it will look incomplete without the furnishings and decoration, especially around the base.
When decorating this area, the furniture of the bar of your staircase, while the accessories draw the eye to this charming focal point, and also give a cozy, complete look to its lobby. Consider placing a large urn inside the bend, or try a small but elegant pedestal table covered with a lush floral arrangement. If there is space, place a small entryway round table under a wall mirror. Place a small but comfortable chair next to the table, or if there is space, place two chairs together to create a seating area. If the vestibule is very small, try to group several, tall and thin floor chandeliers of different heights at the base of the staircase. Wall art ends the look.
Place an entryway round table in the center of your lobby. Make sure you have at least 3 feet of space on each side of the table, so you can walk around it. This round table can make a practical and decorative place for your keys, an electronic basket or a vase of flowers. Turn your hall into a dining area by placing an attractive dining table with folding leaves in the lobby. Place the table against the wall like a console. For meals, pull the table and the sheets, and then carry on dining chairs. For a small entrance hall, a wall-mounted console using brackets.
Try placing a small side table between two armchairs, or skip the chairs and place a large entryway round table and a tall, colorful flower arrangement in the middle of the lobby. Depending on the design of your lobby, you may be able to create a reading corner or a small library, lining up a back wall or corner with beautiful built-in shelves and setting up a comfortable reading chair. A great work of art, like a sculpture or a painting on a screen stand, is a classic statement.