Decorating an Entry Way

Good morning! Hope your Saturday is off to a great start! We’ll be in the pool, swimming our hearts out.With a side of glazed fingers from tummy full of donuts. We love a good Saturday morning spent at home. It’s such a great feeling to intentionally be exactly where we are. And not to mention, seeing these darling kiddos wrestle as they always do in a space that I now love. They’re NON-STOP tackling while squealing or crying. It’s loud and fun!

In our entry way, we had this empty space with a blank wall. Since I already had a bench in my dining room, this made for the perfect place to style a console table using my favorite trends. I styled the monochromatic color palette with my favorite textures and shapes. Since this photo, I’ve already added a small, square picture frame with our fam bam. I love it for now, but I have a feeling I’ll often rearrange this!

I first saw this ivory Juju hat from Old World Shoppe last year and knew it had to be in my house. I honestly kind of want it for my bedroom. Maybe above our bed? Maybe pair this large 31″ juju hat with a smaller hat? But since our master room currently looks worse than our college studio apartment, I’ll keep this gorgeous statement piece right here. For now {wink wink}. Use “helloivoryrose” for 10% off your entire order from!

This awesome concrete & wood console table was a new touch from The concrete table top gave it this modern table an industrial flare. I’ve never had a concrete furniture piece so this felt adventurous for me, and I adore the new vibe! The concrete is smooth & sleek, while the wood angles adds the mid-century style that I love.

I added some height to the table by pairing 2 matching lights to flank the ends. This lamp shade has a linen fabric to soften the light in the space. These have double bulbs, the top is used for daylight and the bottom Edison style bulb is intended for a glowy night light.

Stacking up a couple books helped create a few levels so that everything wasn’t placed right on top of the console table. I used these books to offset one of the faux green plants and to wrap around this wooden bead garland I made. For the life of me, I couldn’t find a garland with large enough beads and so I ordered theses beads on Amazon to put a strand together. I wrapped it up with a tassel and voila!

My favorite wood pedestal plate holds my favorite large faux air-plant. I love air-plants since they don’t need soil to grow and are incredibly forgiving. I found my 1st one in Waco, Tx while visiting Magnolia Market at the Silos. I still have that air plant in a wooden pot in my living room. HERE’s a large and lush air plant that looks very realistic!

Loved this driftwood branch to fill up the space on the lower shelf. It was so easy and versatile I bought another branch to go on the open shelving in my living room!

This Loloi rug is one of my FAVORITE rugs in the entire house!!! It’s my husbands favorite as well and is the perfect slew of subtle pop colors.

Woven BasketsWood BeadsBlanket  |   Faux Fiddle Plant  | Plant Pot


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