This is a collaborative post.
Our entrance hall is really tiny but I love that it’s a bit of seperation from the front door to the rest of the flat. Usually its a bit of a mix of shoes and coats but I’m trying to tidy it up a bit and I’ve been thinking of creative ways to change the space. Wooden flooring seems like the most logial idea. It’s a small rectangle space so I think measuring and laying the flooring would be pretty easy and it could actually transform it a little. Wooden flooring makes sense because its where we take of our shoes and I want an area that will be nice and easy to keep clean and tidy.
Another small space I have been thinking of transforming is our large walk in cupboard which I think could be turned into a mini office area for me. That of course would involve a lot of sorting out and decluttering but it could actually work really well. As this room is off the hallway and close to the entrance hall of the flat it would make sense to get wooden flooring to transform the entire hall and cupboard space. I would love to have ones that look like old shabby floorboards. I think its a look I’ve always loved and wanted to bring into my home a bit more.
Transforming small spaces can be really fun, with new flooring, a lick of paint and a good clean up you can make it look really lovely. Our entrance hall needs a bit of work with some new coat pegs and a more sturdy shoe rack. We could do with adding a lamp shade as well to be honest. I’d really like a kallax unit with boxes to put shoes away in as some of our older pairs look a bit tatty and I think using better storage could make this area look so much tidier than the plastic one we currently have.
Do you have much wooden flooring in your home?