Entryway Furniture & Decor
What is the first thing people see when they walk into your house? Are your guests and loved ones greeted by a serene, organized space with personal detailing and beautiful decor? No matter what your taste is, west elm has what you need to make your entryway an attractive and polished space to welcome guests and provide convenience for everyone who lives in your home. From creating a dedicated place for you to hang up your coat and stow your shoes after a long day to making a strong first impression with style, we make it easy for you to transform your entryway into a welcoming space that adds to the overall ambience of your home.
From midcentury inspired shelving to sleek, minimalistic console tables, our collection of entryway furniture provides you with a variety of chic options for building a defined and aesthetically pleasing arrangement in your entryway. Whether your front door opens into a grand foyer or a cozy studio apartment, you can use our furniture pieces to create storage and display space that suits the overall style of your home and makes your space feel more collected and refined. Shop through our different options and find the pieces that showcase your unique personal style and suit the organizational needs you want to meet in your entryway.
It’s a great idea to place a rug in your entryway as a way of livening up the space, but if you live somewhere that sees a lot of rain or snow, you should probably invest in a doormat as well as a rug to help keep the place clean. You can place a doormat outside your front door, but for maximum cleaning capability and comfort, you may want to place a doormat on either side of the door. That way, you can have a doormat available for you and your guests to wipe your feet on, even if snow and rain are coming down hard outside. We offer several different doormat styles, so even this utilitarian part of your entryway setup can add some decorative impact.
There are other items, such as mirrors, that can pull double duty with form and function for your entryway. A mirror can add some brightness and beauty to the space, but it’s also a great tool to use for checking your hair, makeup and clothes one last time before you head out the door. If you don’t have room for a full-length mirror in another part of your home, a floor mirror may be a great addition to your entryway setup. If you don’t have space for a tall floor mirror, you can place a large wall mirror over your entryway shelving or console table.
If you do decide to get a rug to brighten your entryway and make it look a bit more pulled together, you may want to add a rug pad to your purchase. This is an especially good idea if you ask your guests to take their shoes off in your home. A rug pad will provide a soft surface for bare feet and create a more inviting entryway experience for everyone who enters your home, including you. There are plenty of other little ways you can make your entryway more hospitable and pleasant, from providing a comfortable chair for seating to using vases of fresh flowers or a potted plant to add some natural beauty and warmth.
As a final way of making a good first impression in your home, consider adding some monogrammed home accessories to the entryway space. Pair items such as a monogrammed display box with our entryway furniture & decor to create an organized and practical space that is still uniquely yours. If you have no particular organizational needs in your entryway, our entryway furniture & decor section can still provide you with a sense of inviting elegance that’s just perfect for the portal from the outside world to your home.