Hi, friends! I’m a little embarrassed to say it took me years to finally get around to this entryway makeover, but I did it! Decorating and furnishing an entire house is SO much work. I always hated our entryway–the bar we had there wasn’t the right size for the space–but I could never seem to find a nice console table I liked!
I also had guilt; I liked the bar, but I had nowhere to put it. So it sat around in the wrong place collecitng dust for longer than I’d like to admit.
So when I saw this console table from Target’s Project 62 line, I knew it was exactly what we needed. We have some gold tables in our living room so it picks up the gold from that and the white picks up from the cabinets in the house. I didn’t love it when we first put it together, but once I accessorized it it really came to life.
I’m not quite done styling it yet, but here is where we are at for now!
This painting is actually a bit of a Home Goods hack. I’m not a DIY gal but I really liked the gold foil in this painting and HATED the frame. It was a whitewashed 80s frame! It’s also really, really hard to find artwork this size at a good price. This was a total steal–we just spray painted the frame white!
When we moved into this house, I intended on sharing our home renovation and our other rooms but I’ve been shy about sharing because it’s never styled “perfectly”. But, that’s kind of silly. So I’m dipping my toes in with this entryway makeover. You can also see my daughter’s nursery here and our kitchen here.
Want to see more spaces like this? Let me know! The best part is I think I managed this entryway makeover for under $300!