Your entryway is your home's chance to make a first impression, so don't forget to style your entry table when decorating your home. If you're not quite sure how to jazz up this small space and ensure that it looks stylish and not crowded, we're here to share tons of inspirational photos. Below, you'll find 30 beautiful entry table decor solutions that are top notch.
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Fill a Vase With Fresh Flowers
Who doesn't enjoy arriving home to fresh flowers? Place some blooms from your garden in a favorite vase, and your entryway will instantly look more elevated.Continue to 2 of 30 below.
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Group Together Some Topiaries
Topiaries also make for beautiful decor and look gorgeous when clustered together, as seen here. Their weathered pots are very in style and add welcome texture to any entryway table.Continue to 3 of 30 below.
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Light Up Those Lanterns
Candles set the tone for a relaxing, calm feel in your home. Placing them in lanterns adds an artful touch to the entry table. This simple setup is so soothing.Continue to 4 of 30 below.
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Cluster Together Some Candlesticks
If traditional candlesticks are more your thing, they look wonderful on the entry table too. Cluster three candlesticks together to create the perfect designer-approved vignette.Continue to 5 of 30 below.
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Lean a Woven Tray for a Rustic Look
Those who enjoy rustic decor will want to replicate the setup shown here. Leaning a woven tray on its side allows the piece to double as art and add dimension to any entry table.Continue to 6 of 30 below.
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Try This Nail-Free Art Display
There's no need to nail art into the wall when you can simply lean a favorite print on your entry table.Continue to 7 of 30 below.
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Make It Festive
The entry table is a great spot for displaying favorite seasonal decor pieces. Here, a bunny figurine and framed art print are cute and festive without being cheesy.Continue to 8 of 30 below.
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Stack Some Books
Books aren't just for the coffee table. Grab a few of your favorite hardcover titles and stack them up on the entry table to create a stunning vignette that will command your guests' attention.Continue to 9 of 30 below.
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Grab a Chain
Chain link objects make for a fun finishing touch on top of a stack of books. They complement a range of decor styles, too, making them super versatile.Continue to 10 of 30 below.
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Decorate With Lidded Jars
If you collect lidded vessels, group a few favorites on your entry table. You can even stash spare keys inside.Continue to 11 of 30 below.
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Make a Statement With Branches
Clip some branches from your yard, pop them into a vase, and voilà, you've created a stunning piece of entryway decor all on your own. If you don't have any trees to clip from, faux branches will do the trick, too, and there are many convincing styles on the market.Continue to 12 of 30 below.
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Show Off Your Loved Ones
Don't forget to print out those special photos. Pick some favorites and place them inside pretty picture frames so that you can always catch a glimpse of your nearest and dearest when heading out the door.Continue to 13 of 30 below.
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Have a Plant Party
Love plants? Go ahead and display a few favorites in the entryway. Just be sure that your table is positioned so that your green friends will receive ample light throughout the day.Continue to 14 of 30 below.
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Don't Forget a Dish
Small trinket dishes are perfect for the entryway—set one on your table so that you have somewhere to drop your keys or slide off jewelry as you come and go.Continue to 15 of 30 below.
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Or Use a Lidded Box Instead
Lidded boxes are also smart storage solutions if you worry about little kids grabbing items directly off of the table. Choose an option that complements the rest of your decor so that it doesn't detract from your aesthetic.Continue to 16 of 30 below.
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Grab Some Baskets
If your entry table features lower shelves, set out some storage baskets and use them to corral things like throw blankets, catalogs, pet gear, and much more.Continue to 17 of 30 below.
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Set Out a Bowl
A wooden bowl is a great place to drop letters that you need to mail, extra stamps, and other essentials. This one looks right at home sitting on a wooden tabletop.Continue to 18 of 30 below.
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Add Character With Jars
Ceramic jars, whether filled with branches and blooms or left empty, are a great way to add texture and bring a collected look to your entryway, whether you source new or antique options.Continue to 19 of 30 below.
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Layer Leaning Art
Don't be afraid to layer your leaning art. Grab a few frames in different sizes and cluster them together to replicate the laidback look executed here.Continue to 20 of 30 below.
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Try This Candle Approach
A glass hurricane candle holder will brighten up your entryway in no time while adding a touch of glam to your home.Continue to 21 of 30 below.
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Spruce Up a Small Table
Even the smallest entry tables deserve some fun decor. Here, a miniature vase of pampas grass adds charm to this tiny nook.Continue to 22 of 30 below.
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Add Vibrance With an Orchid
What's more beautiful than a brightly colored orchid? Place one in your neutral entryway for an instant pop of life and vibrance.Continue to 23 of 30 below.
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Take a Cake Stand From the Kitchen
Cake stands aren't just for the kitchen. You can use them to display favorite trinkets on an entryway table, too—how cute is this setup?Continue to 24 of 30 below.
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Show Off Favorite Trinkets
Scatter favorite trinkets on the entryway table to showcase your personality. Just be sure to leave some empty space so that your table appears curated, not cluttered.Continue to 25 of 30 below.
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Plug in a Cute Lamp
A small lamp in the entryway is a must. Don't be afraid to have fun with your choice of base and shade.Continue to 26 of 30 below.
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Try a Trusty Tray
Trays come in handy in every room of the home, the entryway being no exception. Use one on your entryway for fun or functional purposes.Continue to 27 of 30 below.
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Try Out a Sculpture
If you love bust sculptures, don't shy away from showcasing one on your entryway table. This is where visitors get a first glimpse of all that's to come inside your home, after all.Continue to 28 of 30 below.
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Pile Up Books or Magazines
If you're not sure how to jazz up an especially small entryway table like this one, note that stacks of books or magazines are a no-fail tactic.Continue to 29 of 30 below.
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Check Your Reflection
Leaning a mirror on your entryway table makes it easy to check your reflection on your way out the door. The style and size of mirror you choose is entirely up to you.Continue to 30 of 30 below.
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Opt for Low Maintenance Florals
Dried flowers are excellent in a darker entryway that doesn't include windows. They require zero maintenance and will shine for months on end.