Our Nashville Home: The Entryway

Our Nashville Home: The Entryway

I know it’s Girl Talk Tuesday, but I’m up to my eyeballs in house stuff here in Nashville.  The only semi-finished area of the home is our entryway, so I wanted to share with y’all since I love the way it’s coming together.

The table and mirror came with our house, so we had a great starting point.  I found a similar table here and mirror here.

Last week, our designers took me to the best furniture spot in downtown Franklin and I found everything you’re seeing in this photo.  The table lamps are made by Forty West and unfortunately I wasn’t able to locate them online.  I did find some other lamps I love from the same brand that I linked below.

I went crazy when I saw this candelabra and wood bead combo.  It had to come home with me.  I was able to track down the candelabra online and found similar wood beads on Amazon.

The white vase is actually a ginger jar without a lid.  We added some bleached branches and I love the look.

We still need to add something else to the tabletop to complete the look.  I also plan to have Matt hide the cords.  I’m currently looking at wallpaper samples to possibly wallpaper the entry way.  It’s not a firm decision yet, but I’m leaning towards a print like this possibly.  I love the neutral colors and fun design!


entryway details



  1. Jessica
    / 2:09 PM

    I really like that table. Its so weird 😉 I rarely decorate a table since its usually a catch-all for my junk, but this looks great, and will probably keep it from getting messy. The mirror is great too and helps to brighten the space. I think the “something else” you add should be shorter, to counter balance the tall pieces you already have. Looking forward to seeing more. It really looks cozy and homey.

    • / 7:42 AM

      Thanks, Jessica! The ceilings are so tall in our entryway, so the height works so well!

  2. Rachel Hauck
    / 7:28 AM

    Love it!’

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