Spacelift Series: All about Entryways

Hello!

I'm teaming up with a friend and professional organizer Kristin Dibacco of The Serene Space to bring you a new series called Spacelift.

This week has been busy over on the Facebook Page as we have been talking all about the entryway!

Here are a few photos of my entry way, I have a dresser turned shoe console that holds our gloves and hats and the dog leash.

I also have this cedar shingle wood wall which I did with my 6 year old last summer for only $20!  It's big bang for your buck and EVERYONE who comes over comments on it. All I did was just use a nail gun to nail the pieces in.

 

Kristin and I also took a field trip to our local Michael's craft store where we each showed you our favorite things to help you get your Entryway both beautiful and functional.

Then we returned back to my entry and I showed you a project I was working on to add a new runner to my stairs. I used $10 carpet runners from Costco and used a staple gun to attach it.  For only $40 my stairs got a much needed update.

Here are my affiliate links for the supplies I mention:

Staple gun http://amzn.to/2cTbOTV
Staples to use: http://amzn.to/2dw8Jar

Then I filmed one more video all about the hardware you need to hang decor in your house.  I get lots of questions on how to hang things when someone buys a mirror or a cool old piece of architecture.

Here are my affiliate links to the hardware I mentioned:

Anchors: http://amzn.to/2d5UGZG
D-rings: http://amzn.to/2dNrLIk
Wire: http://amzn.to/2dB0rxH
Hangman: http://amzn.to/2dB09qC

The Hangman hanging system is by far my favorite so keep that one in mind for sure!

I used it to hang this cool piece above my front door.

So, what are YOU doing in your entryway?  Share any changes you make with us using #spacelift, we'd love to see!

I'm pinning away over on Pinterest all the fun ideas I've seen for entryways, some come over and join me!

Have a great weekend!

Jenni