Though I have a wee, little home, I have quite a large entry hall.
Here's the front door, shot as I'm standing a few steps up the stairway to the second story.
That letter "S", for the first letter in our last name, was a rather ugly zebra stripe wooden letter found on clearance at Ross last summer.
A quick spray with brushed nickel spray paint, then a bit of wiping on and then off some black craft paint, and it looks rather like galvanized metal in person, (not as black as in the photo).
I love my little entryway bench, purchased a year or two ago at Camas Antiques.
My galvanized metal boot tray is from Crate and Barrel.
(Country Living magazine featured this boot tray in the November issue!)
My antique butter churn was a gift from a friend at church years ago.
Yes, I think my begonia is on it's last legs.
Turn the corner and the entry hall continues.
It really was a lot of wasted space in our small home until I decided that there aren't any rules saying I can't display my white ironstone in the hallway.
It's now one of my favorite spaces.
Well, Friday's comin', friends!
Have a HAPPY, HAPPY Friday
a BLESSED weekend!