ENTRY WAY REVEAL

As you know, I have been working on our Entry Way for a while now…
Yes,it’s finally done!
…or I should say at least I think it’s done for now…
I can get bored looking at the same design pretty soon…familiar…if you are a decorating junkie as I am, you know what I mean!
That’s why I always keep changing things around the house.
I don’t mean to spend hundreds of dollars on new decor items or furniture, but moving projects from room to room and using the same curtains and furniture in other rooms in the house to create a totally new look.
 Originally I wanted to create an Entry way that would hold and hide many everyday clutter, including mails, paper crafts from school, shoes that comes off my kiddos little feet on a daily bases as well as hiding hats, scarfs.
Did I get it all covered? I think I did.

I started with painting the striped wall, and adding the shoe organizer (IKEA) on one side of the wall.

how to paint striped wall

I love that piece of furniture! Its so useful and hides a lots of little shoes for my boys.
Then followed  with the sitting bench that has  2 white basket, that holds plenty of hats, scarfs and mittens.

Bench
The sunglasses basket also a very important part of my entry way project.Since I named that little basket for sunglasses, I am not missing any of my always lost sunglasses.

sunglasses+basket

To display weekly schedules for kiddos and other to dos, I made up a very inexpensive cork pin board I  covered a cork board with the same patterned fabric as the sitting bench  cushion cover.I think the matching fabric made the look of my entryway.

cORK+PIN+BOARD
Oh and talk about the wall organizer…I love it!

wall+organizer
The mess is gone from the kitchen island..phew..that itself is big step for me! There was always clutter on my kitchen island, but not anymore, thanks for my easy and unique wall organizer.

Here are the links for each projects in case you missed them:

HOW TO PAINT WALL STRIPES

SITTING BENCH

DIY CORK PIN BOARD

SUNGLASSES BASKET

WALL ORGANIZER

Our super cheerful, colorful and organized Entry Way.

Well, this was a pretty long project, but after finishing all these little projects one by one,

I am very pleased with the final picture of our entry way.

What do you think?
How do you keep your clutter hidden?

If you like DIY projects, come check out how we made our new Headboard

IKEA MALM HACK

Ikea Malm Headboard Makover @placeofmytaste.com

Thanks for visiting today!

Have a wonderful week!

Xoxo~

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Aniko
Hello! My name is Aniko and I am the the author behind Place Of My Taste. Love everything beautiful and I can not spend a day without creating. Stay tuned, there is always something in my bag! Xo
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Comments

  1. says

    It looks great! What and organized and efficient space! I love the color palette you chose, everything came together so nicely. I hope you'll link it up with us at the TGIF Link Party!

    Rebecca @ Living Better Together

  2. says

    This looks fabulous! I really love the organizer- it's so beautiful and functional!
    So excited to be a new follower of yours- your blog is gorgeous!

    Cait @http://littleloveydoves.blogspot.com

  3. says

    I love it! The colors and the fabric are just lovely… envious of your gorgeous photography as well :o) I just signed up to follow via Bloglovin… I thought I already was :o) Am now… Have you seen the series I'm currently hosting? a Sewing series called Sew Many Books.. I'd love for you to come over and check it out! EMily @nap-timecreations.com

  4. says

    You've done it again, Aniko! I love your new entry way. Thanks for linking up to our Simply Create Link Party. We are pinning and featuring you tonight! :)

    Melissa
    redflycreations.com

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