Front Entrance Freshening

Two weeks ago I wrote about all the problems I have with my front entrance and many of you could relate. In fact, after sharing my front entrance woes, I received an email asking if I would share some tips for organizing and beautifying a front entrance. Since I’m currently working on the plans and sourcing for my own transformation, I thought I’d share the process I’m going through and break it down into 6 steps.

{via Kellee on Pinterest}

 Step One. Purge anything you no longer use and store occasional or seasonal items elsewhere.

{via Breanne on Pinterest}

Step Two. Provide storage baskets and/or hooks for each family member.

{via Pottery Barn}

Step Three. Apply soft-colored paint or wallpaper to freshen up the walls.

{via Centsational Girl on Pinterest}

{via Canadian House and Home}

Step Four. Replace lack-lustre builder light fixtures with an interesting style, such as pendants or hurricane lanterns.

{via Amanda Eck on Pinterest}

Step five. Choose an area rug for design and function.

{via Simple Eye Design}

Step Six. Add a small table, bench or stool if the space allows. Hang a mirror and/or artwork and accessorize.

{via Decor Pad}

{via Design Sponge}

Have you done anything to update your front entrance lately? Do you have any tips for creating a welcoming space?

Have a bright and sunny day!

 

 

 

Linking to: Organize & Decorate Everything

Comments

  1. says

    I love the inspiration pics!  Maybe I can feature for organizing month if you have it done before march is over!!!  I can’t wait to see what you do in your own house!

    • says

      Hi Tiffany,
      I have so many projects going on right now and I wish I could say I would have my entrance done by the end of March, but it won’t be the case. We are starting our basement renovation and that will be taking most of the focus right now and the entrance will be after that. I’ll keep you posted!

  2. says

    I love a well organized and welcoming entry. I recently restyled ours I would love it if you stopped by to check it out. I restyled a $12 dresser and it looks so good in the space! Have a great day I love your blog.

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