With Easter behind us and spring well underway, I thought it was time to give our interior entryway a seasonal refresh! My approach to home décor is very similar to my wardrobe philosophy. Keep the work-horse pieces fairly simple and neutral and mix things up by adding some accents in pieces that are easy to switch out. For home décor, these are things like, pillows, throws, rugs, and decorative items/knick-knacks.
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Before: Post-Holiday Winter Entryway Look
Winters in Northeast Ohio can be unbearably cold and grey so I try to give our home a darker, warm, and cozy feel. As you can see in the photos below, I focused on blacks, browns and rubbed bronze tones for our entryway console table. Pine cones and wintery vase fill added to the cozy feel.
I’ve mentioned these Wifi smart plugs before but they bear mentioning, again. We use them everywhere! We programmed the lamp below to turn on at sunset and stay on until midnight each night and it was nice to have a glow in the entryway each evening during the dark months.
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Our console table comes in two other finishes besides grey as well as two different sizes. There is a near-dupe on Wayfair that runs less than half the price. The mirror is another piece we use in this area all year-round.
I’m addicted to coffee table books and love using them in various places throughout our house. They not only give a bit of insight to your personality/interests but they’re great for adding bits of height and color to decorative groupings.
It took just a few minutes to revamp our entryway look!
After: Spring/Summer Entryway Look
For our spring/summer look, I swapped out all the blacks and browns for much lighter/brighter whites, blues and greens. Because it stays light out so much later, we dispensed with the lamp, replacing it with a vase holding a branch of sakura blossoms.
I became hooked on Slim Aarons after watching Slim Aarons: The High Life documentary on Prime Video and his coffee table books do not disappoint! They are packed full of amazing photos of what it was like to live the good life in the 50’s, 60’s and early 70’s. A mosaic hurricane in the colors of the sea helps pull in some of the blues from the spines of the books.
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For more seasonal home décor inspiration, check out this post!
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