Hi, guys! I haven't said much about this, but I am working on a very cool house renovation project IRL. (IRL = In Real Life. You're welcome, mom!)
It's an old adobe house in the desert Southwest (just outside Tucson). You might call it a mini-mini-ranch. A mini slice of cactus-studded ranch land, where the original owner raised miniature horses.
We have finally gotten all the beautiful adobe walls painted a nice creamy white, so at last it's time to decorate! Here's the inside of the foyer, showing the decor so far:
Yep, one rug and a hat rack. About that hat rack...want a closer look?
It's made from a fireplace-tool caddy I found on the curb, and a tree branch from the yard. Total cost: $0.00
I want everything in my entry to be repurposed, upcycled, rustic and funky. I assembled a clipboard of ideas from Hometalk, which is sort of like Pinterest but more project-oriented, and exclusively for house and home. (It's also a fun forum where you can pose technical or design questions, and get lots of friendly advice.)
Just click on the graphic to check out some great upcycles that caught my eye. Let me know your thoughts, 'cause I am open to ideas! If you were me, how would you furnish the entry?