The Entryway

Today I’m going to share with you my entryway. This room ( is it considered a room? ) is almost done. Below is my inspiration board for the entryway.


I think you can see what I’m going for in the pictures. We need a place for umbrella’s and backpacks. Somewhere to sit, take off your shoes and a place to put them. Of course, I want it to look cottagey and cute.This is what I’ve done so far in the entryway, using mostly curbside finds.

This is the view from the front door as you walk in.



The chalk board was once a picture of three little girls that came from Kirkland’s. It was pretty but no longer matched my decorating style. I gave it a quick face life with some chalkboard paint right over the picture and then some aqua spray paint to give the frame a new look.The horseshoes,I found in my Granddad’s garage and just spray painted and hung.

This is the Entryway left of the front doors, when you walk in.


Looks a lot like my inspiration board doesn’t it? 😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀
Both the coat rack and the shelf were curbside finds that I rescued, painted and added new hardware to.
The bench, from Martha Stewart,was purchased at Home Depo and is the only thing that is new in this space.
The inspiration board

My version again

All that’s left really is to paint, throw a rug down, add dress this blank wall that’s on the right of the doors as you walk in ( across from hallway closet ) Don’t worry, I already have an idea for this wall.

Such a sad looking wall 😞😞😞😞. I hope to finish the entryway in the next few weeks. Thanks for stopping by and Stay tuned for the reveal.. 💋💋💋


2 thoughts on “The Entryway

  1. I love your version! The way you “remix” curbside or thrift items into beautiful pieces is simply amazing!

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