An entryway bench can go a long way toward making your home more welcoming. Even better, a bench provides a designated place to remove shoes and put down bags, preventing these practical necessities from being dropped in a trail throughout the house.
Check out this collection of DIY Foyer Bench With Storage designs to find the one that might be just what your entryway needs. Then, with just a weekend’s work, you can have a new piece of furniture to enjoy—and a less cluttered life.
Adding entry and mudroom furniture such as entryway tables or hall trees to your foyer is a simple way to bring both function and style into your home. Shop solid wood, handcrafted storage benches, console tables and coat racks
Foyer Bench To Personalize Area
The entryway is a very eclectic space. There are no two entryways alike and there’s a lot you can do to personalize this little area. It’s the first piece of your home that guests get to see when they visit and the last space you see every time you leave the house.
As a general rule, even though a lot of things may differ from case to case, each entryway includes some sort of storage. More often than not it comes in the form of a bench with built-in shoe storage.
Even awkward corners can be put to work with the right mudroom Foyer Bench With Storage. Factor Design and Build created this custom built-in to maximize the skimpy square footage.
The attractive window seat provides a spot to put on and take off shoes, and the small cubbies underneath offer practical storage. The addition of accent pillows makes the cramped entryway feel super inviting.
A standalone wicker bench works for the small mudroom in this coastal farmhouse. That’s because much of the decor throughout the abode consists of natural materials, giving the entire space a relaxed and beachy vibe. Take the elements of your house that you like best and try incorporating them in unexpected places for a more personalized design experience.