This is a short one today… the final piece in my Seattle loft home tour, the entryway! I’ve never had anything remotely close to a foyer, hallway or entryway so this was a huge moment for me — as silly as that sounds. What a luxury it is to have a place to put down keys and take off my shoes.
Let’s talk about a love affair with a lamp, ok? I’ve had my eye on a vintage lamp like this for yearsssss and spotted this fine specimen at Alameda Flea about two years ago. I HAD to have it and have not regretted the purchase since.
And then this mirror… the glorious thing about living in a loft is that you can go BIG. So I did. The mirror helped reflect light into what would otherwise be a very dark area in the loft.
So, that’s it! Thanks so much for sticking around all week to check out my old home. It’s been awesome reminiscing about the loft and the work I put into decorating it. Now, it’s time to focus on my house, sharing each step with you guys, of course.
Catch the rest of my Seattle loft home tour: bedroom, dining area, living room, and kitchen in case you missed them. Plus, the bathroom renovation!
Sources: bench handmade by Thomas Cahoun of Pearl Mfg. Co., leaner mirror c/o Basset Mirror Company, rug c/o Lowes, basket from IKEA (discontinued), vintage lamp (similar), artwork by Danfredo Photography in an IKEA frame, hook from Anthropologie (similar), Kartell Componibili side table, and vintage ladder. If you’d like to know the source of anything else, let me know!
Photography by Meghan Klein.