Entry Table Decor
Hey friends! Did you think we fell off the face of the earth? It kind of felt that way to us too! Since we have had so much going on lately it became too challenging to keep up with everything. We knew it was time to surrender and wave our white flag.
The best news? My dad – Jenn’s grandpa finally came home from the hospital last week! After 2 ½ very long months we are so thrilled that he has transitioned to his own house. Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy will make frequent home visits but he is well on his way to independence. Thank you so very much for your well wishes, positivity and prayers!
As Jenn and I stated in our last post we have been feeling depleted in the creativity department. We spent a fabulous Mother’s day together which meant there was quite a bit of retail therapy involved. Jenn knew that I needed an adrenaline rush of Big City shopping and she was absolutely right! Look at this gorgeous painting that I found at HomeGoods…
Blue, glorious blue!
Beautiful blues always sing my name as well as the fabulous clearance price of…wait for it…$12.99!! I know, right? Such a lucky find – I couldn’t believe it was still on the shelf. When I returned home I removed the packaging from the art piece and propped it up on the entry table. I decided I liked how the painting looked, just casually leaning against the mirror and the wall. I removed all of the previous entry table decor and started over fresh.
Not wanting to overcrowd the entry, I only brought out some favorite pieces.
Moss balls added to an apothecary jar with a French typography tag.
Small antique French sewing basket, antique blue inkwell, turkey feather, basket from HomeGoods. Y’all know how much I love my inkwells…and feathers 🙂
This little concrete bird was a gift shop find last year.
Trays are a great way to collect and display favorite items. This tray was a thrifted find and given a makeover. You can read that post HERE.
Do y’all remember when I painted this acorn thingy last year? It was a funky blue/green color and just didn’t pair well with anything. I solved that problem by giving it a makeover too. Remember, if you don’t like something in your home in its current color – paint it! The power of paint is a beautiful thing!
A couple of our readers have sent us some of the items that they have made over for their homes and we plan on sharing them with you very soon. We would love to see what you are up to!