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Gorgeous Eclectic-Boho Style Foyer

Well hello there loves, I know it's been a while since my last blog post.
Honestly I just haven't really been in the creative mood lately.
I even skipped Easter decorating this year!
A whole new low for me ... lol

But I did manage to re-decorate our entry a bit in the style I drool 
over these days "ECLECTIC -SCANDI - BOHO - MOROCCAN" 
and whatewahhhhh else you might call it! 
Let me share with you...
I re-decorated the entry with a few new items I got recently. 
I figured for a true scandi-boho look one needs to have a pet cow scull, right? 
I know some of you peeps might disagree with an animal scull, but like I 
keep saying "I already ate the cow" so this is considered re-cycling, right? 
I wrapped my cow scull in some gorgeous new Moroccan string-lights, 
do you dig them as much as I do? (More details on those at the bottom of this post).
The pom pom throw is my absolute favorite at the moment, 
wish I had more of those!
More Moroccan string-lights here...
Here you see the entire entry wall,  I started creating a little 
gallery wall above the staircase, still a work in progress.
OK, as promised here is the scoop on the Moroccan string-lights, 
I found them on AMAZON, love them but from far away they 
reminded me of Christmas, so I decided to give them a coat of paint.
 So Annie Sloan chalk paint to the rescue, I used French Linen. Took a while to cover them with a little brush, but totally worth it.

 Sooo much better, don't you think?
For more info of some item sources here, visit my direct blog post. Blog link provided at the end of this post.

Materials used for this project:

  • Annie Sloan Chalk Paint   (Local Antique Store)
  • Stringlights   (Amazon)

To see more: http://littlebrags.blogspot.com/2017/05/gorgeous-eclectic-boho-style-foyer.html

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