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Oh my gosh. I am so excited to start revealing everything we have been doing with our home! It's been blowing my mind how much we've accomplished over the last 5 months. We're just putting so much love into these spaces and it's crazy to see the changes. I've love seeing the rooms come together. We just keep laughing at what has been finished first! When we moved in we had so many ideas and it's been cool seeing how those have evolved over time. We still have lots of little touches to do throughout the house (some big haha), but our entryway is looking oh, so beautiful.
In every other house we looked at an entryway was non-exist. To say I'm thrilled we have one is an understatement. Having this space (especially with Minnesota winters) is so nice. I wanted it to feel warm, airy and welcoming + functional! I still go back and fourth with adding a hanging plant in the corner (or some type of hanging decor), but have yet to find the right piece. Other than that, I don't see myself changing much about this space, except for seasonal decor. Hence, the entryway reveal - it was time to get these rolling.
This is by far my favorite thing about the entryway. I'm proud of myself for the gallery wall because the entire thing cost less than $70! The black frames are from Michael's & I printed all the images at Walgreens. Winning!
I searched a lot for benches. I didn't want it to be too modern (obviously not our style lol), but I also didn't want it to look too farmhouse. Staying away from bringing more wood into our place was also a factor. The leather is easy to clean too!
This was the piece I searched the longest for. So many coat rack were too much metal and too antique looking to bring in to such an old home. That's not the look we're looking for and then the wood factor came into play again. The mix of wood & metal is perfect and it fits great in the corner + it's a steal!
Huge fan of our new rug! Its woven and mold + mildew resistant. I love that it's an indoor/outdoor rug making it perfect for our entryway.
**Paint color: City Loft by Sherwin Williams