Simple Budget-Friendly Entryway: Before and After Photos

I’ve been meaning to update our entryway for some time now,  but I hadn’t the slightest idea on what to do. We had a very small budget and I knew I didn’t want anything too big and overwhelming in that space. We needed something simple, and budget-friendly. I also wanted it to be functional, making sure to increase the utility of the space to meet our family’s needs. The total update was under $350.

Bench  $54.99 – The bench was the first item I got from Wayfair. I loved it because the seat lifts and has a storage compartment, perfect for tossing gloves, hates, and other items.

Baskets $77.99 – This basket was also from Wayfair, there was a set of 3, and I use the other two larger baskets around the house for other items.

Utility Rug Under $100 – The rug makes the whole space, in my opinion, I love the black chevron detailing. I also love how the backside is no-slip, so the rug doesn’t move around when people walk on it. It’s also low pile, which makes it easy to vacuum and clean up. You can find other great rugs here.

Round Mirror $72.99 – Finding something for the wall was the hardest part. I’ve been wanting a circle mirror for this space for a long time but the sizes were never quite right, or they were too heavy, I found this one on Wayfair. It fit the space perfectly!

Pillow  Under $20 – a little decorative pillow added some personalization to the space.

This post is sponsored by Wayfair, thank you for supporting the brands that I collaborate with!

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  1. Craig wrote:

    Even when you have a low budget you can still design what you like there are still low prices that have great quality out there..

    Posted 12.10.18 Reply