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in narrow entryway - skip the shelf/bench portion and just use a ledge for art and hooks for necessities. Add in some sort of short-drop ORB fixture and a front door swap with a larger window --or maybe go nuts and increase the height of the door frame and add a transom! Coats Hooks, Entry Way, Idea, Mudroom, Blank Wall, Mud Rooms, Laundry Rooms, Front Doors, Entryway
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Since so many of you asked for details on the entryway, I decided I would just write up a post with the how to. Overall, Jami's entryway was my inspiration but I also looked at this Centsational Girl blog post to get some extra tips. We didn't follow anything exactly, so I've included the basic…
I love the darker mantlepiece above the white bench. Pegs in the same stain unify the look. Bench would have to have storage cubbies underneath to be useable.
ok, I may be strange, but go with me on this one. I think this could be kind of cool if done right and spaces periodically were used as picture frames or a place for my to show off my kids art work! I am painting this spring, I may have to think more about this one. Instead of a board up in the entry hall way........
You’d be forgiven for thinking that this home, with its elegant monochromatic palette and uncluttered Gallic charm, was located in the heart of the French countryside rather than in Cape Town’s southern suburbs. Her owner, a Francophile of note, has spent many years trawling the famed antique markets in Paris and the French countryside in search of unique elements for her store in Joburg.