Our entry was so very blah. All the honey wood from the door, the trim, the floor and the storage cabinet just wasn’t doin it for me. I finally just got a wild hair and did a quick 30 minute update to it and then some swap-a-roos and now it feels brand new!
Here’s the before of the door. So much honey brown wood, yeck.
I picked up this peel and stick wallpaper from Target for another project. Alas, I had to do something so I just popped it open and started putting it on the door! Bonus* I think I still have enough left over for the original project. Yay!
We just measured the size of the insets, used a straight edge and cut the paper.
Here’s the top section done. That was the most time consuming as it has a slight arch so we had to make adjustments for that.
And the finished product! I did a quick re-styling of this space by stealing from other rooms in the house. I’m still messing with it but here’s what we’ve got right now.
I snagged these (with a not seen here matching table) at a local thrift store for $25. They are the perfect size to use here!
I kept the salvaged trim piece that was here prior, it just frames this spot so nicely. And the pink mirror is the same too!
Here’s a close up of the finished door. This paper is very forgiving to work with too! If you get any creases it’s virtually undetectable given the pattern. And if I ever get sick of it….I can just peel it off.
A shot from above of the finished entry update. We put some of my plants in the center to give it a little extra oomph and there is still plenty of room to walk around them.
A quick and easy update to really give this space a pop. It’s not permanent, didn’t take much time and was very little material. Anyone can do this!
Have you ever used peel and stick wallpaper? What are your favorites? I always love to hear from you so hit me up in the comments below!
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