Does your interior design style scream midcentury-modern? Transform your entryway with these midcentury-modern essentials you'll love.
by Seth Dickinson
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Bold & Brass Console
Organize your drop zone and set your keys or purse on this stylish Terrace Console that brings midcentury style to your entryway. Designed with shiny brass and glass shelves, the modern console is also great for displaying your favorite home decor pieces, books, or art. Add some minimalist elegance to your entryway with a midcentury-modern brass console to jazz up your space.
The Collina 7-Light Pendant will lighten up your entryway with midcentury-modern flair. We love how the sunburst shape and brass finish adds a little extra sparkle to your space—perfect for the entryway or even the dining room. Pair the pendant light with candelabra bulbs for a warm, romantic glow. Update your entryway light fixture with this beauty that will leave your guests in awe.
Don't leave your walls looking bare. Spice up your entryway with a few of these Framed Watercolor Prints. The midcentury-inspired bursts come in four different prints with four different frame color options to choose. The space-age prints will tie your entryway together nicely, especially when you pair them with the starburst pendant light above. Find your favorite style here to add some midcentury-modern art to your space.
Arrive home and slip off your shoes to feel the comfort of this Geometric Rug. The bold runner is designed in a midcentury ikat pattern with hues of ivory, gray, and bright yellow, which complements the brass finishes of your other midcentury-modern pieces. Its size is perfect for your entryway, because who wouldn't want to be greeted by this stylish rug? Durable, stain-resistant, and fade-resistant, this is the rug you need for your midcentury-modern entryway.
The Gerald Large Round Mirror is one essential every entryway needs. Available in two sizes, this wall mirror is detailed with a soft gold finish around the bottom half to—pardon the pun—round out your midcentury-modern design. Depending on how you choose to hang the round mirror, the gold crescent can actually appear on the top or either side, but keeping the frame at the bottom creates a nice anchor for the decor in a small space like the entryway.
Creating a midcentury-modern entryway is all about the decor to tie everything together. The Von Geometric Vases come in silver or gold and are ideal if you love having fresh flowers on display, but these stylish vases can also stand on their own for a crisp aesthetic. Each vase is gorgeous individually, but the contrast they provide when paired together adds another layer to your space.
The Landry Bench is a prime example of functional and stylish furniture: It provides a perfect spot to take off or put on your shoes, and its angled wood legs and clean lines make for a sleek midcentury-modern piece. Choose from a wide variety of colors and fabrics to create the right bench for your space. When you're not pulling on your shoes, eave your bag, book, or jacket on this bench that was made for your entryway.