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I’ve updated the post with instructions to make it truly floating (it’s amazing FYI).We carried that same wood tone from the stairs and rails to the other side of the entrance with a wooden shoe mat I made (I am DONE with the rubber ones, you guys, I put those inside the shoe drawers and will never trip over one again) and cube wall planters.These two projects were done in a day using two 8 foot 1x4s. I’m not going to post DIY instructions for those- you can check out this post for the planters (it’s in German, but Google Translate is a wonderful thing- I used brad nails though) and this post for the mat BUT I used 3/4″ square pieces of wood cut with a table saw from a 1×4 instead (also I sealed it with Varathane Crystal Clear Satin). most of the time for those projects was staining and sealing them.A word of advice- if you want to stain yours and seal them… I really love how they work in the space to bring the wood tones up the wall and add some life but also they add such good shape around the light switches.I am so excited to share our entry way makeover with you guys today! If you’ve ever refinished floors, you know it’s a put you out of house type situation. We sanded those babies down and refinished them you can read all about that right here.

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We did this about a year into living here when we were finishing the basement (you can check out the suite and our side). That’s not mentioning the chunks/chips and how dated the glass (checkered? This fall we had saved up and decided it was time for that baby to go. It’s over sized which I thought might look strange in this age of house but it really pulls the levels together instead of having such a giant window above the door. I’d be happy to recommend a doors company to you (amaaazing service).I know that’s stressful for some of you BUT here’s what’s rad about that… The mat we had in there before was alright (not great) but since it had the rubber backing, we couldn’t toss it in the wash.So all winter it got more and more dirty and looked pretty gross but we couldn’t take it outside and hose it down while it’s this cold.BUT the bulbs we picked up from home depot have this champagne kind of coating that make the light really yellow.