After living in our home for almost four years, I am finally dedicating some attention to our large foyer. You can check out the full tour of our house the day we got the keys in an earlier blog post. The entryway in our house was one of the big selling points with its cathedral ceilings, curved staircase, and decorative wainscot trim. This traditional space is screaming for a stylish skirted table to drop your keys and place a cozy lamp.
We replaced the blue carpeting with white oak floors and replaced the wallpaper with a neutral wall color for a clean blank slate. I found a table base for $10 at an estate sale and have been searching for the perfect tablecloth skirt to bring some personality into this room. I have been saving skirted table images like crazy and am excited to share some of my favorites with you today!
Table of Contents
- Stylish Skirted Table Inspiration for Our Entryway
- Chintz Skirted Table
- Striped Skirted Table
- Green and Blue Entryway Table
- Double Layered Book Table
- Blue and White Skirted Table
- Fringe Tablecloth DIY
- Bedside Skirted Table
- Rectangular Console Table
- Hunting Lodge Chic
- Bold Entryway Table
- Block Print Tablecloth
- Pale Blue Skirted Table
- Neutral Foyer Table
- Create a Similar Look
- More Content You May Like
Stylish Skirted Table Inspiration for Our Entryway
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Skirted accent tables are perfect for the grandmillennial and cottagecore trends right now. Along with adding a softness to a room, skirted tables are great for hiding items too! Skirted accent tables work well with many relaxed designs including traditional, rustic, cottage, and farmhouse styles.
Chintz Skirted Table
I have pinned this corner so many times because it is just so pretty! Shannon Claire uses this beautiful Lee Jofa chintz fabric for her table skirt with green bullion fringe detail on the bottom. If this fabric were in my budget, this would be in my entryway immediately!
Striped Skirted Table
You can’t go wrong with a classic striped pattern.
Green and Blue Entryway Table
I am a sucker for green, blue, and white color palettes and this entryway by Sarah Bartholemew is no exception. A large skirted table in the center of a massive foyer is such a great way to warm up the entryway.
Double Layered Book Table
Mark D Sykes adds two tablecloth layers to this large accent table in the center of a cozy library. What a perfect way to display your favorite books.
Blue and White Skirted Table
This blue and white tablecloth is the inspiration for the tablecloth I plan to have made for our entryway. Jenny Wolf mixes various blue and white patterns on the tablecloth, furniture, ginger jars, and even books to create this classic and welcoming entryway.
Fringe Tablecloth DIY
Sarah, from Room for Tuesday, has such a classic and smart style. She shares a simple tutorial to create your own skirted tablecloth with a fringe bottom. This striped tablecloth feels timeless and incredibly versatile, I love it!
Bedside Skirted Table
In my opinion, floor-length tablecloths as nightstands should be used all the time to hide clutter and clear the mind before bed! The soft, flowy fabric sets a relaxed mood that every bedroom needs.
*Check out my two-toned accent tray DIY that I created to look like Rita Konig’s lacquered trays!
Rectangular Console Table
Tablecloth skirts are not just for round tables, they look great on any shaped accent table. Paper White Interiors added this sweet gingham skirt to a narrow console table. The structured panels give this table a clean look while the corner bows and pattern create a less formal vibe.
Hunting Lodge Chic
The tablecloth choice for this hunting lodge mudroom is incredible. This gorgeous mudroom is proof that skirted tables look fabulous everywhere.
Bold Entryway Table
Tablecloths are a great way to try out a design trend or add a fun pop of color. I am excited to buy multiple tablecloths to swap out for the holidays!
Block Print Tablecloth
Whitney McGregor covers her entryway table with a lovely marigold block print tablecloth. The pop of yellow is so refreshing and gives this room life!
Pale Blue Skirted Table
A skirted table in the center of a foyer will never get old. This look makes such a statement with a large floral arrangement and various items displayed around it. The soft blue tablecloth pairs perfectly with the blue front doors when they are wide open.
Neutral Foyer Table
This simple blue and white foyer grabs my attention every time I see it. The structured skirt is beautiful and the small accent table makes the most of the curved nook next to the staircase.
Have I convinced you to add a skirted table to your home yet?! I can’t wait to finish our entryway and share my own skirted table soon. Once it is complete I will be sure to share it here.