I introduced you to the concept of the $100 room challenge a couple weeks ago. You can read all about my project room here, (LINK) and see all the bland before pictures. This week in bringing it all together, I had to get creative! I was out of money but still needed to tackle artwork and other decor elements.
A search around my home and some switching up of furniture completed this space right on time!
You may remember this space has 3 doorways and the entrance, so it opens up right to the rest of the home with only corner nooks for tables and lighting.
To the right of the front door, I have my thrifted chair which I reupholstered (LINK) and some hooks which were already there. This is the perfect spot to put on shoes or hang a purse or coat. Above the chair, I hung 2 vintage pieces of art which I pulled one from the kitchen and one from my family room.
To the left of the front door, I placed my fiddle leaf fig tree which fills up the corner nicely. Above it, I hung three vintage plates which are part of vintage dish sets I own. To the right of those, a couple more hooks for hanging coats/ purses.
Following around the left to the next corner, I moved a round vintage table from my front room to fill the corner and put four pieces of chinoiserie from my growing collection on display.
A vintage brass mirror I snagged from my dining room hangs above the table and gives you a place to quickly check hair or makeup as you're heading out the door.
In the last corner, I kept the same green table. You can see how I updated this one many years ago, by clicking on this post here (LINK). On top, is a thrifted lamp I had stored in the basement along with several decor pieces and a letter holder for outgoing mail. Above it, I displayed pieces of art which I grabbed from a gallery wall in another room.
The stenciled wall treatment (LINK) and the new rug (LINK), both add the style touches I wanted to create a unique and welcoming space. I now feel like my entryway is it's own room and not just an extension of the other spaces.
This was such a fun makeover! I loved the challenge of creating a space on a budget. It really forced me to consider carefully the choices I made and repurpose a whole lot of what I already had!
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#1 Add more functional elements; hooks for guests to hang their coats, purses or a chair to take shoes on/ off. #2 New rug to anchor the space #3 Artwork and new decor (I think I will need to search my house and repurpose!) #4 Wall treatment of some kind to differentiate this space from the surrounding area.
Total: $112 (over by $12)
I hope this challenge served to inspire you to change up one of your spaces on a budget!
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This is so stunning, it came together so pretty!
Thank you so much!
Great job! You got really big style from a small budget. Love all of the small details- the stencil, the chair makeover, all of the mismatched hooks, and shopping your home for art and decor. It is a great example of using what you have in a new way
So many things to love in this space. The stencil is so cute on the walls, and I LOVE the chair you redid. I think the big take-away is shopping your house! So much can change just by grabbing something from one room and placing it in another, or rearranging furniture. Enjoy your entry and thanks for joining the challenge this month!
Beautiful! I love everything you did to this space, especially the plates on the wall and that rug was well worth going a little over budget!
Your entry is beautiful and very welcoming. I’m sure your guest will smile once they enter your home.. nothing like entering and feeling the love. Congrats on a beautiful job
Beautiful new look on your entry… extremely welcoming and would make your guest smile once they enter your beautiful home
I love the blue and white! Your entry is just perfect. I love the traditional style.
Your entry way is beautiful. You styled it to perfection. I love those marble floors.
I like your colorful, traditional style. The bees are the “bees knees”! Each of the functional corners forms a charming vignette.
It looks great! I love a delft blue plate. Great job, enjoy your new space!!
Amy your entryway came out so nice. You have all the essentials needed, sitting, storage, lighting and a mirror. Awesome. Love how you have it styled as well. Great job!
It’s gorgeous!! I am a huge fan of blue and white so I love that you put your chinoiserie in there!