Get inspired with these entryway wallpaper ideas to transform your home’s entrance. From bold patterns to textured elegance, create a stunning first impression.
Your front entryway and foyer are the first thing someone sees when they walk into your home. It is the space where someone forms a first impression of your home and sets the tone for the rest of your home, so it makes sense that you want to give the decor in your entryway a little thought.
Wallpaper is a great way to add more color, character, or pattern to your entryway. Wallpaper is an excellent way to infuse more personality, charm, and a touch of creativity into this often-overlooked area. Whether you prefer bold and vibrant patterns, subtle textures, or timeless classics, we’ve curated a collection of inspiring ideas to help you elevate your entryway design.
Even though it is a relatively small space compared to your entire home, you can still do a lot to make sure your front door area is a welcoming place for guests (and your family at the end of a long day).
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If your entryway lacks attention, it is time to make it beautiful. I love this fantastic sky color blue crane wallpaper that she based the rest of our entryway makeover around.
The feature wall with the wallpaper is the focal point for the space and sets the tone for the space (and really the rest of the home since it is the first place you see).
The blue console table is the perfect finishing touch for this blue color scheme and provides a surface to decorate with baskets, a lamp, a vase with flowers, decorative coffee table books, candles, and a mirror (which helps make the space feel larger and is a great spot to quickly check yourself before walking out the door).
If you want to go with a bold wallpaper for your entryway design, you're going to love this one! This colorful wallpaper is a great choice and brings in a ton of personality into the entrance hall.
Once Charlotte added the wallpaper, she started rethinking the entire space and swapped out the stair runner, and repainted the cabinet so everything worked together and looked cohesive. The finished product is so fun, don't you think?
To create a sense of continuity and flow, you can extend the wallpaper from the entryway to adjacent walls or even up the staircase, as Charlotte did here. This really helps create a seamless transition between the different areas and ties everything together.
Amanda took their small foyer from empty and boring to stunning by adding furniture, decor, and...of course some wallpaper!
Even though it was only a small amount of wallpaper on the wall near the stairs, it made a huge difference. This botanical wallpaper is the perfect backdrop behind the gorgeous walnut console table and round mirror.
Here is yet another look at this Magnolia Home botanical wallpaper installed in another entryway. In all three of these spaces, the wallpaper has looked different, which is proof that the style of your home adds a lot to the overall look and feel of the space.
This entry got a big makeover with removable wallpaper and refreshed furniture and decor.
Because this is a rental, she couldn't add a permanent traditional wallpaper, but that's when peel-and-stick wallpaper comes in. Proof that even if you're a renter, you can still enjoy the benefits of adding a statement wallpaper to your home.
With the simple addition of a wall hook for coats and bags, you can also add a ton of extra storage to your entryway. The baskets tucked into the bottom shelf of the entryway table are a great place to tuck away shoes!
This front hall got a refresh with this pretty wallpaper design on all of the walls.
Her goal was to create a more welcoming entry since it is the first space that visitors see when they enter. She also wanted to add some extra storage to this small space. Mission accomplished, don't you think?
With a small investment of about $50 in supplies, the wallpaper accent wall was a perfect choice!
I love how this entryway turns out! The bold fern pattern of the wallpaper adds a lot of visual interest to the small space.
Be sure to check out the full reveal and all the pictures because she has some very clever ways to add function and storage to your entry - like the bike sticks to store the bicycle on the wall and the wood dry-erase board for quick notetaking.
Suzannah does a great job of balancing traditional style with modern in her historic home, so this contemporary wallpaper with an art deco vibe is perfect for her front entry. It makes such a fun design statement.
I love all the little architectural details and period features that the wallpaper brings out (like the small arched window in the front door and the fun arch to the cased opening into the living room).
After a DIY gone wrong on her entryway ceiling, this blogger found a paintable beadboard wallpaper, which worked perfectly to cover it up.
After getting the ceiling (aka the fifth wall of the room) taken care of, she also added a beautiful Rifle Paper Co. wallpaper to the upper part of the walls. The dark wallpaper really helps the white beadboard walls and ceiling to stand out.
This small foyer got wallpaper with a bold statement. However, since the color scheme is black and white, it has a great balance of being a bold focal point but doesn't feel too overpowering. It is such a welcoming space! The design of the foyer flows seamlessly into the family room.