Picture via: Shay Moné Entryway
Entering your home should always feel special to you, and inviting to others. My key features are the metallic wallpaper, oversized mirror, and book accessories to add pops of color. Everything is very neutral which makes it easy to change in the future and maybe add wall art, or even a pop of color for the lamp shade. My entire entryway was designed under $350 (including the wallpaper, which was the chunk of the budget). I have changed it twice already, adding this new table that I just got. I love it because its neutral and has drawers, unlike the one I previously had. I am a stickler for storage, and the drawers are a great place to throw my keys or mail when I get home.
I splurged on wallpaper, because that is an investment and will stay over time. The mirror I bought back in college at GoodWill for only $9. After a little paint and scrubbing it looks perfect still today. All of the books came from Half Price Books, which are always a bargain. The glasses are from Z Gallerie, and were little of a splurge (I don’t remember the exact price). In the future I can paint them to fit the decor for another space. The Lighting is from Target, which is an item I bought for my first apartment years ago.
You don’t need a lot of money to decorate and make your space your own! Hold on to pieces that you can use later, and move things around the house to add a new design flare to a room.
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I love the neutral tones in this entryway, added with gold and pops of pink in the artwork. Very posh!
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A nice bench is great to add and in most cases cheaper than buying an entryway table. Add throw pillows for a pop of color, and collage of wall art.
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What I love most about this entryway is that they were very creative in creating a space. They took out their hall closet and made their own unique entryway. No one really uses their coat closets anymore anyway right?
Picture via Pinterest: Brian Paquette Entryway
The simplicity of this entryway is what caught my attention. The use of whicker baskets is great use of space because you can toss your umbrellas or other little things inside of them, and the space still feels clean.