10 Coastal Entryway Table Ideas | Add a Beach-Themed Accent to Your Home with World Market Everett Foyer Table

Are you a beach lover who wants to bring a little bit of the seaside to your home? If you are, one of the best ways to achieve this is by adding a coastal-themed accent to your entryway table.

After all, it’s the first thing that people see when they walk into your home.

Since we moved to our beach home last year, I’ve been finding small ways to incorporate coastal accents in my home without being overly beachy. While I love coastal style with muted colors and wood tones, I don’t love turquoise beach decor.

While any coastal style is your personal preference, here are some ideas that you can use as inspiration or even copy!

Coastal Entryway Tips to Get Started

A beachy entryway table can add a welcoming and calming atmosphere to your space, welcoming you and your guests with a refreshing vacation vibe.

But the entryway doesn’t just start with all the knick knacks on the table. You need a couple standard pieces to get you started:

White Board and Batten

When it comes to creating a perfect coastal vibe for your interior and entryway, board and batten walls can offer just the right touch of charm and texture.

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This classic technique not only visually expands smaller spaces, but also adds an inviting texture that perfectly complements the beachy vibes of a coastal interior and entryway. The white hue of the board and batten also reflects the natural light, making the space feel brighter and more open.

Whether you prefer the traditional crisp white boards or opt for a breezy, muted blue, the choice is yours to infuse your own personal style. Not only does the board and batten look great, it’s also practical and durable, making it an excellent addition for high-traffic areas.

Give your home a stylish upgrade with board and batten and add the laid-back coastal feel you’ve been dreaming of.

Natural Wooden Entryway Table

Welcome guests to your coastal-themed home with a natural wooden entryway table. The light wood finish adds warmth and enhances the airy, beachy feeling of your interior design.

One of my favorite home purchases was the Everett Foyer Table from World Market. You’ll see this table used in many of the ideas down below.

This versatile table is perfect for displaying seashells, framed photos, or a vase full of sea grasses. Not only does it offer a functional space to drop keys and mail, but it also sets the tone for your home’s style the moment you walk in the door.

I change out this Everett table every season and it looks amazing with any type of holiday or seasonal decor. You won’t regret this purchase!

The World Market Everett Table is quite long, measuring just under 6 feet long. However, if you don’t have that much space in your entryway, they have a shorter version that is just as beautiful.

Coastal Entryway Table Ideas

Here are some coastal entryway table ideas that you can try:

Nautical-Inspired Muted Tones

The image above is my entryway table so I’m linking all the products here for this nautical-inspired, coastal Everett table.

Wooden whale tail | Blue and white buoy | Neutral toned bead garland | Sea grass | Oversized vase lookalike | Seashells | Glass jar | Woven box lookalike | Small neutral vase

White nautical knot | Sailboat | Seashells | Glass jar | Beach life pillow cover | Woven basket Small sailboat

Warm Neutrals with a Dash of Green

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The truth is, you don’t need blues and ocean memorabilia to make a coastal theme. Warm neutrals against a clean white backdrop with a dash of greenery is all you need!

Decker table lamp | Woven La Jolla baskets | Wooden console table lookalike | Ceramic vase | Arched Mirror

Coral-Inspired Entryway Table

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To create the ultimate beach look, you can go for a coral-inspired entryway table. You can add a coral lamp, a coral-hued vase with flowers, and other pieces like coral coasters or candlesticks.

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Use Wallpaper for Added Texture

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Adding this gorgeous textured, light blue wallpaper from Ballard Designs will add a coastal tone to your entryway wall.

A Vintage Beachy-Themed Table

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You can create a beachy theme using a vintage entryway table complemented with coastal-themed wall art or mirrors.

A Lighthouse Entryway Ensemble

If you want to bring a nautical feel, add a lighthouse vase, a model sailboat, and small life preserver decor to your entryway table.

Light Blue Accents

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Coastal Table With A Shell Wreath

A seashell wreath on your coastal entryway table can add an extra dose of beachy uniqueness.

A Beachy Console Table

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A wooden or white-colored coastal table with storage underneath and an assortment of beachy accents adds a special coastal touch. The sunburst wooden mirror from Wayfair compliments this the white linen sideboard table which is a super affordable dupe from Target!

Pair two of these cabinets together to achieve this look.

A Seaside Dresser

You can transform your entryway table into a seaside-inspired dresser with pulls coated in starfish, shells, or other beachy designs.

Driftwood Bookends

Adding the right driftwood bookends can make a real statement and elevate the coastal vibe in your entryway.

Rattan and Wooden Accents

The light neutral of rattan accents always give off a coastal look. Remember, you don’t need seashells and turquoise to be beachy anymore!

Seashell Shadow Box

You can collect and display different seashells in a shadow box and set it up on your entryway table for an eye-catching effect.

Coastal Shelf

A coastal-themed shelf acts as an extension to your entryway table, and it offers a horizontal surface to display beachy decor.

All in all, natural and beachy coastal decor is soothing, and it gives your home an inviting coastal vibe.

So, whether you want to create a beachy theme using vintage entryway tables, painting your console blue, or finding the perfect seashell shadow box for your entryway table – it’s a quick and easy way to add a fresh, warm, and relaxing beach-inspired feel to your home.

With these coastal-themed entryway table ideas, you can bring the vacation feel straight to your doorstep.

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