Shelter magazines are awash with stunning entryways with beautiful console tables, pairs of lamps, artwork, flanking chairs, and the like. The truth is that many of us in rentals, city apartments, studio apartments, townhouses, ramblers, split levels, and split foyers do not have the luxury of a large entry. I am on the search for examples of tiny but chic Chinoiserie foyers. The first is my daughter's apartment which is a pre-war rental apartment in Georgetown and her first apartment. On the plus side is high ceilings and original cherry floors. The negative is the small entrance and narrow hall. We used a gold pagoda mirror, a gilt two legged console table topped in black marble that attaches to the wall, a petite Chinese garden stool, and some fun accessories from Target and Anthropologie. The piece de resistance is the gold peel and stick DIY artwork in the hallway from Ikea.