Updated Front Entryway and a New Lamp

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Hall/foyer/entry decor | 11 Magnolia Lane
 

The decor in our front hall was feeling a little stale, but since we’ll be moving again in a few months, I didn’t want to make any big changes.  I wanted to add some spring color and layer my decor a bit, so I shopped the house and also picked up a new blue and white lamp (source list at the bottom).

This is what the dresser looked like before:

 

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You can read about why I love having a dresser to organize my entryway {here}.

The gold mirror changed the look of the entire space.  I added a black and gold tray, a stack of my favorite decor books, and some fresh flowers.  The lamp brought in lots of color with its cheerful blue and white pattern.

 

Hall/foyer/entry decor | 11 Magnolia Lane
 

But, the lampshade felt just a little too bare.  I found the perfect fix–a roll of 5/8″ gold Greek key ribbon, and glue-gunned it to the shade.  Doesn’t it look so much better?

 

Blue and white lamp with gold Greek key trim | 11 Magnolia Lane

 

The key to this space is layering–from the tray on the dresser top, to the boxwood wreath with the glittery gold “B” at the top of the mirror.  All of those layers let me bring in plenty of pattern, color, and visual interest.

 

Hall/foyer/entry decor | 11 Magnolia Lane

 

It makes me happy every time I walk in the front door!

 

Hall/foyer/entry decor | 11 Magnolia Lane

 

Speaking of happy, here’s some exciting news: we’ve joined the HomeGoods Happy by Design Pinterest team and will be pinning to their design board along with several other decorators.  We’d love for you to follow along {here} to see what’s inspiring us!

 

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Sources:

HomeGoods:  lamp, apothecary jar, plaster bust, lime green throw pillow, chevron vase (used to be a candle)

Michaels:  black and gold tray

Target:  boxwood wreath, faux Easter eggs

Flea Market (here in Savannah):  vintage gold mirror, small silver dish

Thrift shop: chinoiserie plates on wall

11 Magnolia Lane’s Etsy shop:  gold Greek key iron-on pillow monogram

Jo-Ann:  gold Greek key ribbon

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Linking up to:  Canary Street Crafts

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Comments

  1. Mirror is PERFECT in that space. Great find!
    xo
    Coco

  2. I just love everything about this vignette! And congrats on the Homegoods Pinterest team! Happy happy!

  3. What a beautiful transformation to your entryway…I love the lamp and you added the perfect bit of glitz and glamour by that wonderful greek key trim….love how the tray just anchors the table top and then there is that magnificent gold mirror!….Amazing use of colors and textures Christy!

  4. Gorgeous! Love the mirror and the ribbon detail on the lamp shade! Can’t wait to see what you’ll be pinning on the HomeGoods board!

  5. Looks so great! Love the greek key trim and the wreath addition – small touches that make a big impact. Pinning! I have a dresser in my foyer and LOVE it, too! xx, b

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