The small town Colorado girl who’s obsessed with home and everything that entails! I’m a creative, a decorator, a day dreamer, a huge fan of scones, and I’m passionate about loving where I live and making a home.
Oh Boy! I’ve been working on our entry way, trying to collect things here and there, but I’ve also been busy making a few things of my own! And I couldn’t be happier with the way it’s progressing!
It’s a rather happy feeling when your style comes alive. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve thought that our entryway has been making some seriously awesome progress, especially with the addition of our stripe wall, but that was just the base. It still needed the little extras that would take it to the next level. The things that would make it feel like ours.
I want our entryway, as well as every other room in our home, to reflect who we are as a couple and family. By doing that, our guests should get a welcoming and inviting feeling when they enter our home. After all, the entryway is your calling card to the world.
It all started with the stripe wall. It majorly changed the way that I looked at out entryway. All of a sudden I saw it in a different light. It brought new ideas, but most importantly, it brought change. It made me step outside of my current decor world, which was a safety net, and step into ideas that I’d been to afraid to try.
Sure, it won’t be everyone’s taste, but we love it. We live here, and if we like it, that’s all that matters.
The secretary, which has been handed down throughout my husbands family, recently had a makeover. It’s a huge part of our entry way, even though it’s kind of hidden from the main entry view. And the chair. Oh the chair. What a great thrift store find! It’s shape had me at hello and with paint and new upholstery it fits beautifully and even adds it’s own piece of flair!
It may just be me, but it seems the areas in our home have to “come together” over time. It feels natural to me. I like to collect and then edit what I’ve found. Time and time again, I prove this to myself. Five months from now, I’ll probably be doing the exact same thing. It works for me. And it takes time. I have to be patient.
The skeleton key art is one of my DIY projects for this space. Tutorial is coming soon. I completely love it!
The stick star was another DIY project. It was so very easy. I’ll show you soon! I love the rustic vibe it gives the space.
I had leftover keys from my framed art and decided to hang them up. Perfection.
The white framed art was yet another DIY project, although it has been in the entry since we moved in. An update is in it’s future!
Is this space done? Definitely not. I still have my eye on a couple of DIY projects and we seriously need a new rug. I’ve looked everywhere, but haven’t been able to find anything I like in my price range.
In the meantime, I am head over heels loving our entryway! It’s such a happy feeling to walk into our home and know that this space reflects us! Big smiles!
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Where did you get the DIY art work?? I LOVE it!
Hi Becky! I’m glad you like my DIY artwork. I actually made both of the signs in Microsoft Publisher. From there I grabbed a couple of frames I had lying around and had custom mats cut for the frames. I hope that helps… let me know if you have more questions!
It’s beautiful to let a space evolve over time. I think it’s the organic way to let your house become your home. Filling a cart (or a truck) from IKEA or Pottery Barn one day will never allow for that!
I totally agree! My favorite spaces in our home grow over time- it’s the best way!
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