Many apartments do not have the luxury of dedicated foyer space. When the front door opens directly into the living room, it is often difficult to demarcate spaces neatly. In most home interiors, foyers are typically used to hang bags, keys, jackets and umbrellas and to store frequently used shoes. It’s also nice to have a small entry point so that guests do not see the whole living room all at once.
Don’t worry; with a little bit of ingenuity, you can create a functional and aesthetic entryway, even if your home doesn’t automatically have one.
Demarcate the Entryway Using Furniture
The foyer is the first space that your guests see when they enter your home and it should be a cheery, welcoming spot regardless of how big or small it is. This eclectic entryway is defined by a stylish coat stand, a mirror, some plants and a woven chest. If space is at a premium, you can get some pretty enamel or metal wall hooks for your coats and umbrellas.
Create a Partition Wall
If space permits, a great way to direct the traffic and add a sense of privacy is to create a partition wall. It could