The entryway is more than just a place to hang your hat! It sets the tone for your entire home.

1. Pair a large-scale piece of art with a sculptural table lamp.

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2. “Dip” the legs of an IKEA SKOGSTA bench in paint for an easy and affordable upgrade.

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3. Define an open-concept entryway with a round pedestal table and rug.

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4. Fake an entyway with a trendy over-the-door hook, like this one from Urban Outfitters.

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5. Add height to your setup with a tall and narrow plant stand.

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6. Try a chic footstool instead of a bench if you’re short on space.

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7. Maximize (and conceal) storage with a dresser.

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8. Add a splash of color and pattern with a vibrant runner.

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9. Make an impact using varying textures, both coarse and soft.

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10. Take advantage of vertical space by installing a pegboard system.

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11. Transform even the smallest of spaces with eye-catching wallpaper.

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12. Or design a feature wall using wallet-friendly building materials and faux greenery.

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13. Hack an IKEA IVAR cabinet by adding adhesive hooks inside the doors.

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14. Create symmetry in the space with a pair of wall sconces.

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15. And finally, use a stylish storage ottoman to tuck away cold weather accessories.

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