Front Hall Design- 3 Ways- 3 Budgets

Front halls can be a tricky space to design and often get overlooked. This is normally a small space and a chance to make a huge impact. With just a few items you can make your entrance to your home inviting, stylish and functional. Don’t forget to add a tray to place keys, mail, change, etc… A mirror to check yourself on the way out the door and a stool so you can comfortably put on your shoes. I have three eclectic front hall design for you, in three different budget options. Let me know which is your favorite!

Option A- Budget Friendly

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Console, Mirror, Stool, Art, Tray, Vase

Option 2- Medium Budget

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Console, Mirror, Stool, Art, Tray, Vase,

Option 3- Higher Budget


Artwork Roundup

Here is a roundup of some fun, affordable art that you can add to your space for a quick refresh. Also check out local artist in your area, you may be surprised what you can pick up and original art is always a great investment. My only rule with art is, buy something that makes you smile or that you love looking at.


Everything from Minted is designed by an independent artist. I use them all of the time for client work, you can purchase the pieces framed or unframed.

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Juniper Print Shop

I absolutely Love Juniper Print Shop, fun super affordable prints. You can either get an instant download or she has now added matte paper prints. I am eager to try her oversized prints that fit in IKEA Bjorksta canvas-style frames.

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etsy is an amazing resource for all things home related. You can definitely get lost for hours looking but I have found so many amazing shop owners for art, lighting, pillows and accessoires.

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Need help figuring out your own design style, take my quiz, it’s fun and easy!

Getting Cozy At Home

I don’t know about you but living in a cold climate gets me wanting to make my home cozy, inviting and looking it’s best coming into the winter season! We spend so much more time indoors throughout the winter months, well at least for me living in Ontario, Canada. I love winter activities but I also LOVE coming home to a space that feels warm, smells amazing and looks inviting. Have you heard of the Danish concept “ Hygee” it essentially means making your home cozy and no matter where you live, November is the perfect time to get started!

With some simple additions to your space, you can make it look and feel amazing. Here’s a few fun mood boards with some cozy pieces for some of the main rooms in your home. Sometimes it only takes a few key elements to really make an impact on your space.


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Living Room

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Let me know how you make your space cozy!