Happy Valentine’s Day! I can’t think of anything more fitting to share on this day than a gorgeous pink entryway. This stunning eclectic space was my muse for this month’s #wayfairthisroom.
This beautiful entryway was created by Emily from Recently with mostly second hand finds, but it looks like a high-end space. I thought it would be fun to recreate this look from Wayfair’s collection. To make it even more fun, I decided to do a high and low version, proving just like the original inspiration you don’t have to spend big bucks to make a pretty space.
The key elements I focused on for this space were the bench with basket storage underneath, the fushcia throw blanket, graphic pillows, oriental rug, octagonal mirror, and the pharmacy floor lamp.
In the high version, the nailhead upholstered bench and rattan mirror steal the show. But this look is really a mix of high and low, because some of the pillows and the rug are actually really affordable.
In the low version, coming in at less than half the price, the bench and mirror are more under-stated, but the graphic pillows compensate for that. I also skipped the rug in favor of storage baskets for under the bench.
I love doing high and lows, because it really helps show where you should splurge on certain items and where to save on others.
So, what would you splurge on in this space? I am a sucker for a great mirror and a great lamp.
Tell me which room to recreate next! Share rooms that inspire you on Pinterest with #wayfairthisoom in the description. And, because we have had some issues with Pinterest losing hashtags, please come back here and share the link to your pin. I will share one #wayfairthisoom per month from reader submitted rooms.
Disclosure: Wayfair compensated for my time to create this design based on the inspiration room. Choice of the inspiration room, featured products, and all opinions in this post are mine.
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