Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Del Mar Fans. All opinions are my own.
I mentioned a few weeks ago that I was asked by Del Mar Fans, along with a few other bloggers, to create a holiday entryway as part of the “Home for the Holidays Design Challenge.” The objective was to create an inviting, festive indoor entryway while including the pretty Murray Feiss Modello Lamp in the design plan.
I am so happy to share this space with you today! This space was so much fun to put together, especially since it is the first spot in our home that guests will see. I wanted to create a warm, welcoming place for family and friends to be greeted. You’ve seen little bits and pieces of it, but today I am sharing the entire reveal including the vignette I created with the pretty lamp. You may remember that when I first received this challenge, it inspired me to totally revamp the entryway from scratch. I painted the walls, built the bench and coat rack, swapped out the mirror on the wall and added small mirrors above the coat rack too.
Here it is!
The Murray Feiss Modello lamp adds the perfect wintry accent to the entryway. I love that the design on the base resembles snowflakes.
I picked up some fresh garland, greenery and poinsettias, and everything smells amazing!
I made the snowflake string art, and the antlers were an antique shop find last winter.
Tiny battery-powered LED string lights add a festive touch to the fresh garland.
I grabbed a couple of random books and made book covers out of gift wrap to add more color and pattern to this area.
You can never have too much sparkle for the holidays, and a bowl full of these little glittery glass bulbs are a fun way to add some shine.
As for the lamp, I love that it has 3 different lighting options. You can turn on just the base, which shines beautiful snowflake-looking shapes on the wall, or just the top bulb under the shade, or both.
Ok, now here’s where I ask for your help! In order to win this challenge, I need YOU to help share this post. The blogger with the most shares wins! So feel free to share this post on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc., however you want to get the word out on social media would be great! Thank you in advance. 🙂 I hope you have a very happy holiday season!
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