It’s February 1st, and I am manifesting an early spring by bringing it in the house. In all honesty, we probably have a good 3 or so months left of a cold winter here in Wisconsin. The winter typically starts dragging at the end of January leading into February so I always want to start bringing in a little spring decor into the house when I can. First up, my entryway console!
I went to target last week to grab a few things to style our console and entry way for the spring and actually was impressed with all the new goodies they had out for spring. Styling a console can be a-lot of fun, and it doesn’t have to be expensive. I used a lot of my staple pieces (lamp, mirror and clock) and then add in seasonal touches that don’t need to cost a lot. Typically when I am picking out things at Target in store, I’ll get home and most of them are sold out online. Surprisingly, I think everything is in stock or there is a very similar option.
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I always recommend styling your console, especially if it’s in an entry way, with some type of lighting. You want to add in a lamp so that you don’t have to use the over head can lights that maybe aren’t as welcoming or inviting. I love purchasing oversized lamps that have a substantial base and can be moved around my house to various rooms. This white lamp I found at Target and it was part of the Studio McGee line a few releases ago. It’s a really good one and well priced. I also recommend using stems and a vase. I found this vase and the stems at Target. The stems are only $5 and I really love the deep green! I linked a bunch of other options for styling a console below, but typically I follow the same pattern shown in the photo above in terms of styling.
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I hope you were able to gather some good tips and inspiration for your entryway console! Be sure to go back and read my console refresh from last spring to gather even more ideas. Just remember, it doesn’t have to be expensive to give your space a new look.