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Good morning! Today we are sharing our Christmas Entryway filled with festive holiday items.
Some of you may know that we replaced all of the foyer doors last summer which really transformed this space.
This foyer is directly off our garage and leads to our kitchen.
Isn’t the mini flocked tree gorgeous?
Sometimes a tree needs to be shown in it’s natural beauty.
I decided to forgo the ornaments on this tree and leave it as is. It’s gorgeous all on it’s own!
The Vintage Snowman pillow from Hayneedle is the most adorable pillow ever. I love how it looks on top of the white garden stool.
The new patio doors by Masonite are phenomenal and I am headed today, to get a few wreaths to hang on the outside of them.
Stay tuned, we will be sharing our Christmas front entrance and these doors next week!
My grandparents LOVE these Santa Boots from Hayneedle.
In fact, my grandfather decided to be the funny man who thought he was going to try them on.
I was like, “ummm Gramp, I seriously don’t want to explain to the EMT’s who show up after I call 911 because you tipped over trying to walk in these….”
Needless to say, he didn’t try them on.
You can fill any kind of planter to achieve this look.
I always love to add pillows, baskets, lanterns or anything with height to the floor.
This helps ground the large green dresser and create a more intimate space.
Shop The Look
Rug – Dash & Albert
Dresser – HomeGoods
Gift Boxes + stuffed animal – HomeGoods
White Garden Stool – HomeGoods
Sleigh – Local boutique
I hope you enjoyed our little Christmas entryway and got some inspiration for your own home. Be sure to check out our Christmas Living Room, Family Christmas Pajama Photoshoot and Coastal Christmas Tree.
This post contains affiliate links and I was provided with complimentary product from Hayneedle. All opinions and words are 100% my own.
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