Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Entry makeover for a small space

 If you have a small place, this makeover is a great inspiration. I spent no money in this makeover. My goal was to create a setting perfect for Fall and Thanksgiving using things i already have. I chose monochromatic warm oranges.
You can see the before. Pretty boring and my 5 year old is using it as an office. lol

 First i uncluttered everything. Leaving only one pair of shoes on the rack. I added my favorite Fall picture the i thought the iron frame would look perfect above the coat hanger.
The walls are a butterscotch color. 

 A pretty chair with the same color palette. A simple arrangement on the coffee table.

I love the pumpkin blocks. One with written "Pumpkin" and the other in the shape of a pumpkin.

I added shades on the chandelier and you can find the tutorial for this cute Owl wreath here

You can add a trim to any shades to make them special like i did here.
Home is where your story begins. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!


Princess Kate said...

Looks very nice. Thanks for sharing.

Carrie said...

How fun! Your house is all ready for Fall. :D


Cranberry Morning said...

That's a lovely transformation! Looks so pretty, and I like that iron grate!

Unknown said...

Thanks for the visits :) It is pretty simple you know. Sometimes simple is better. XO

Unknown said...

Very pretty! I love your chair. You really warmed the entrance up and made it inviting.

Jacqueline said...

I love the makeover and the best kinds are when you spend no money! I had to laugh at you saying that your little one was using it as an office! Delightful.

High Heeled Life said...

Mon ami, what a fabulous transformation! ... front entrances are always such a challenge - you have simplified. Wishing you a fabulous day..xo HHL

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

Festive! I think the children will enjoy looking at the owl. It has a nice mix of young and grownup!

Unknown said...

Thanks so much for the comments. My 5 year old still thinks its her office. Lol.

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