Posted by on Feb 24, 2013 | 2 comments

Style Me Sunday: Vibrant Entryway and Foyer Makeover

What’s the first thing you see when you stumble through the door after a long week? A stack of bills on that hand-me-down side table? An old coat rack overwhelmed with clutter? Or is it just too dark to see anything because you haven’t replaced that outdated flush mount fixed to the ceiling? Foyers and entryways are high traffic spaces that often go overlooked. Who says utilitarian rooms can’t make you smile?

Style your foyer with colorful, creative accents that refresh you. Smaller spaces are perfect places to incorporate unique wall finishes. Try playing around with interior wallpaper designs like this custom Watercolor Wall Paper from Black Crow Studios.

Style Me Sunday: Vibrant Entryway and Foyer Makeover

Accessorize your room with functional and stylish interior decorations like this Oval Swivel Mirror. You’ll never leave the house with a pesky piece of pepper between your teeth when you have such a beautiful mirror to check your smile. Keep track of the time with an oversized clock like this Lillie Tin Clock!

Function meets style with this Chevron Storage Ottoman. Makes a cozy place to slip off your shoes and then hide them away! And you can never go wrong with fresh cut flowers. We love how these peach-hued rose blossoms contrast with the cool colors of this space.

A rustic pendant light like this 18″ Benjamin® Deep Bowl Stem Mount adds some much needed vintage flair! Plus the large reflector will fill up your room with bright, welcoming light.

First impressions are most lasting… It might be time to revive your entryway a fresh and vibrant makeover.

Watercolor Wall Paper from Black Crow Studios | Oval Swivel Mirror from Vintage Barn Lighting | Lillie Tin Wall Clock from Barn Light Electric | Chevron Storage Ottoman from Joss and Main |Floral Arrangement featured on Style Me Pretty | 18″ Benjamin® Deep Bowl Stem Mount from Vintage Barn Lighting

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2 Comments

  1. Very nice color choices here. I like the combination of aqua and green, tied together with the blue-to-yellow art piece.

  2. Betty

    We love the sea-inspired colors too Andrea! And wouldn’t this splash of color be a wonderful welcome home each evening?

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