Today’s the big day!
The One Room Challenge has officially come to an end so it’s time to reveal our eclectic farmhouse foyer.
As a reminder, here’s where we started.
I know. yikes. what a mess. Our house was built around 1910 and when we purchased it the house needed a complete renovation. We lived with my parents for 6 months while my husband and family/friends completed all the projects necessary to move in and we have slowly been whittling away at the remaining projects since.
It feels so good to have another space checked off the to-do list!
Come on in to our new space.
The biggest impact in the space was achieved with paint!! The walls, trim, and railings all got fresh coats AND the floor was stenciled using the Toledo Tile Stencil from Royal Design Studio.
We also hung an oval mirror and installed a barnwood shelf as a little decor perch.
The new sisal runner really gives the entire stairwell a polished look.
Our stairwell really is a lightless tunnel. It is very narrow and there is zero light source. The fresh white paint certainly helped but the runner and patterned floor work wonders for drawing the eye down through the space.
And just for fun my littlest guy wanted to give a quick cheese for the camera while I was taking pictures of our new space. Silly little guy is still learning how to “cheese” and look at the camera correctly BUT he was too precious not to share. That and the angle gives a great view of the wishbone brackets supporting the new shelf.
Eclectic Farmhouse Foyer Source List:
**includes some affiliate links**
Sheet Metal – Local Metalworks Shop
Tommy Bahama Seagrass Basket – HomeGoods
Stair Rail Stain – Minwax PolyShades Satin (Espresso)
Eclectic Farmhouse Foyer – One Room Challenge Posts:
Our Past ORC Project Reveals:
Now, make sure you stop over at Calling It Home for the complete list of One Room Challenge room reveals!! You will not want to miss out!