It’s week two of the Spring 2022 One Room Challenge!
This past week I spent some time searching through Pinterest to get an idea of what I’d like to aim for the entry to “feel” like. Here is the moodboard I’ve created. I’ve kept the colour scheme somewhat consistent with the living room and dining room that’s just off the entryway.
I probably won’t be purchasing all (or perhaps any) of these items shown. However, the moodboard does give me an idea of what to look for when I’m sourcing furniture and accessories. I obviously don’t have room for the large credenza, but I do like the warmth of the wood, which I think would contrast with the dark wood banisters nicely (see my entry’s before images here).
I am loving a bold statement wall like the one above from McGee & Co.
A gallery wall done so well with frames that both contrast one another in tone, yet are cohesive in scale.
A great mix of modern and traditional from Rose & Grey.
A kitchen (not an entry), however the emotion evoked by it – casual and friendly, but still statement worthy, gives me inspiration for the entry. Image from SF Girl by Bay.
The Weekly Breakdown
Here is a breakdown of what I am planning to tackle each week of the One Room Challenge (I’ll keep this flexible):
Week 1: Brainstorm
Week 2: Mood board
Week 3: Add storage
Week 4: Walls
Week 5: Floor
Week 6: Lighting
Week 7: Accessories
Week 8: Final reveal!