Today’s high/low look is all about the entryway. This space is often overlooked which is so sad because it is the first thing guests see on arrival. Even if you’re small on space you can find a few special things to make your entry high on style.SO many people ask me about my front door (which I got locally, its by AAW) so I wanted to share a couple different options which look very similar. Also… THAT BENCH. I loved this bench which I found on one of my favorite local furniture shops Empiric Studio and then when I saw Urban Outfitters came out with a version (which I secretly like even more because of the wood) I almost fell over. I don’t have a place for it right now but I want to buy it just because it is so good.
Luxe Look Sources: door // pendant light // mirror // bench // rug // hardware // basket The door hardware is another opportunity to turn the style factor up a notch and the new brass door knobs from Schoolhouse are a great lower cost version.
Looks for Less Sources: door // pendant light // mirror // bench // rug // hardware // basket
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That pendant light is currently number one on my wishlist, and I plan to have it in my home before the year is over. So Perfect.
Oh no, I wish I had never seen those brass doorknobs. Now I have to have them. ❤️
Awesome roundup Sarah!
I love, love, love the look, but low cost is still out of my reach. I wonder if you can add a “real, real low’ category without sacrificing too much style? Am I looking for a unicorn?
This door style is exactly what I’m wanting for our A-frame remodel.
I have found some really great door options similar to the one here on craigslist, particularly if you have some flexibility on the door size. A contractor or handyman can modify your exiting door to accommodate a new size, assuming you don’t hit a wall or ceiling with a larger size.
In the Colorado mountains we really want a screen door to get the fresh air flowing through. Does anybody have ideas on what screen style would work with this style of door?
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