One entryway…three ways.

A good entryway should have a focal point, something that makes it stand out. Clearly, the hallmark of our entryway is now this oversized Trumeau mirror that we showed you how to make last week, embellished with Efex. So once you have the focal point in your entryway what’s next?

Our friend Zina helped us style this entry several ways. Here are the three we love the best with some tips on how tos.tyle any entryway.

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The first styling was a relaxed area with a small table and french style chair. We used this configuration for summer but, we think the table is just a little out of proportion for the mirror. What do you think?

Tip: When you’re styling add a little pop of seasonal color.

Tip: When you’re styling the table look to add contrast that balances the height of the mirror against the table. Objects like lamps or tall candle sticks.

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Styling number two is set up for the holiday season. We added this fun rather Hollywood Regency style glass table. The wrought iron table gives a nice contrast to the mirror. Two tall candles add an extra pop of color.

Tip: When you’re styling the table look to add contrast that balances the height of the mirror against the table. Objects like lamps or tall candle sticks.

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Finally, Zina set up for New Years Eve with some bubbly. We wanted everyone to welcome everyone when they arrived to celebrate. Of course, this setup like champagne is timeless.

Tip: Mixing up different styles like the wrought iron table old industrial lantern and the French mirror make all three pieces blend together.

Then of course, there is that new Efex medallion on the mirror. That is another story.

Caio, until next time.

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