Entry Way Combos
A messy entryway is a huge pet peeve to me. I’m a messy person that hates mess – it’s a really annoying condition and a confusing one for everyone who knows me. But, if I walk into the house after designing other people’s beautiful homes all day and the entry is full of bags, shoes, or trash that is about to be taken down those 30 stairs, etc, I get real bummed.
A few weeks ago we pulled together some combos to instantly up your curb appeal and now we are taking it inside the home. Even if you may not have every room decorated and pulled together, your entry area is one of the quickest and easiest ways to bring some style into your home and fool everyone into thinking that the rest of the place is magazine ready – so without further ado let’s take a step inside shall we?
It’s a little bit Mid-Century, a little bit glam and a little bit “I am a very cool person if my entry looks like this”. Who doesn’t want to take a seat on that bench and check themselves out in that gold mirror (which by the way is such a good price for a round gold mirror).
This one is a little bit darker and masculine than some of the other options but if I walked into your entry way and saw those hairpin legs and that navy blue factory light I would definitely want to know more about you.
Simple, clean, bright, and modern. It is an updated take on traditional and I have a very similar bench in my entryway although mine isn’t quite as functional as this one is, what with its two hidden drawers that pull out for storage. Not quite sure what you would store in there, but extra storage is always a plus.
This chick (or dude) is the type that can wear a onesie coverall effortlessly and make it look chic. They are eccentric, have class, exude style, don’t take themselves too seriously and are a lot of fun to have around, just like this entryway.
Because mixing soft feminine textures and colors with bold Mid-Century lines is never a bad idea we have this combo for you which does just that.
Not sure if this is more traditional or more modern farmhouse like the name states, but I am very into the turned table legs mixed with the woven rug and brass/marble lights. It is a happy and comfortable combo that I would love to walk into in the right home.
Calling all the minimalists – this one is for you. That bench is too good for under $200 and the black, white, natural combo will never go out of style.
Did we create one that works for you? If you think there is a roundup or combos post that we might need to do, let us know below and we just might pull it together for the blog. Happy Friday folks and be sure to tag #ehdweekendmakeover if any of you guys are getting your hands dirty with projects this weekend. We love to see what you come up with. Also I’m in New Jersey for 24 hours. Watch Insta-story for what the heck I could be up to. xx