Hi friends!! I’ve had the craziest week so I’m so excited to have a few minutes to just breathe. I only have a couple of weeks until I’m due and nesting is in full swing. Today, I’m tackling my entryway. I love my entryway because it’s filled with some of my favorite things. Some may call it junk but I call it my favorite recycled treasures. Give me all the chippy white wood!! Today, I am sharing with you how to turn a boring entry way into a vibrant space using farmhouse style collage wall decor.
Barn Door Table
Before we get to the collage wall decor, let’s just admire this adorable barn door table I picked up at the cutest shop here in Nashville, Three French Hens. I fell in love with the fact that the top is an old barn door — such a fun idea for a table. It also had the right amount of chippy so I was instantly in love.
Shutters, oh how I love you!! They can be used for so many fun things. I needed a large piece to fill in my wall because of the size. This long shutter came into my life the same day as the table, and I knew it would fill in the large space perfectly and give it the farmhouse look to match the aesthetic that I love.
Windows!! Can I get an AMEN!! If you have read any of my recent blog posts 5 Ways to Decorate With Windows or Hanging Window Tutorial you know I love decorating with windows. So many reasons yet so little time to explain why I love them. I chose this long one to balance out the other side of my collage wall. I believe I found this one for $5 at a yard sale.
Chalk Board Bed Frame
With chalkboard paint, you can make a chalkboard out of pretty much anything. This one is made out of an old bed frame. I added one of my favorite bible verses to it. My intention was to change it out every few months but I kinda love this scripture for my entryway. It also was the perfect fit to top off my collage wall.
This collage wall cost me a total of $60. This is why I love using recycled finds. I also added vintage books I picked up at a thrift store, a vintage trunk that I found at a yard sale, and a crate that I found at the flea market. I love the challenge of piecing found items together and making it a fun space. Hopefully, some of you see the beauty in “junk” like I do and find a fun use for it.
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Love your style Carissa! Wish I could find things like these where I live 🙁 Still hopeful but for now, I’m going to start making them myself 🙂 Thanks for the blog, enjoy reading them.
I am so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you so much for letting me know. I love to hear feedback. I hate to hear that it’s hard to find these items where you live but I love that you are creative enough to just make them yourself. Good for you!! Good luck with your DIY’S. Thanks again sweet girl!!
Where did you get that mirror????? Love it 😍
Thank you so much, Tina!! I got it at Hobby Lobby a few months back!
So happy I found this blog! Love the entry way. I wish I was able to put things together like this. So thank you for sharing and giving inspiration!
Hi Christina!! You just made my day! I’m so happy to hear you are enjoying my blog! I hope I can continue to inspire new ideas for your home. Thank you so much!