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farmhouse entryway

Entryway Refresh

Our side door is the main entryway we use for our home. I’ve always had a rocking chair there and tried to keep it visually welcoming with my decor but it felt like it needed a little something more. The inspiration for this entryway refresh was a sign that I had a local artist make. I had a vision for a personalized welcome sign to go in this space and Ann Marie of Thimble & Thicket totally nailed it!

This is the image I sent to her of the location I was planning to hang it.

entryway before

This is exactly how I pictured the sign would be!

entryway after

The sign is made of solid wood and so beautifully handcrafted.

welcome sign

She included the hanging hardware and these beautiful handmade tags.

Everything was so professional! I already have some ideas for her to make me another sign 🙂

Since the sign was hanging just below the light fixture, I updated it with this one from amazon.


I also added some fresh flowers in the cement urn and faux hydrangeas in a galvanized pot for a rustic touch. The hanging grapevine wreath is also a new addition to the space from a local shop, Purple Rose Home.

farmhouse entryway

What do you think of our entryway refresh? If you liked the sign, then I highly recommend checking out Ann Marie’s work at Thimble & Thicket. I follow her on her Facebook page and Instagram so I can see all her latest pieces. You can also browse her Etsy shop here 🙂

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