We continue to discuss shabby chic rooms full of charm and beauty, and today we’re taking a look at shabby chic entrances and corridors. Decorating a shabby chic entrance or hallway is actually the same as any other room, but you may need a few tricks as this room is usually tiny but should be functional and stylish at the same time.
Colors and patterns for a shabby chic hallway or entrance
White, cream, buttermilk, all kinds of neutrals and pastel colors are welcome here! If it’s a tiny hallway, avoid bold touches and go for whitewashing. You can try stenciling walls, choosing floral textiles or wallpaper, adding rustic accents with pieces of warm wood, burlap or cord. Rustic and shabby chic styles mix very well and look great.
Furniture for a shabby chic hallway or entrance
Since this space is often small, you should be laconic and choose practical, yet stylish furniture. You may need a console, storage bench, a couple of shelves or racks. Look out for the large, vintage-framed mirrors, they can look the whole thing up. Find these pieces at the flea market or in your grandmother’s house and renovate them to match your interior. White, age or paint them pastel colors, distressing is another cool idea that is characteristic of the shabby chic style. Such an approach will save your budget because DIY is inexpensive and you will decorate your entrance area inexpensively.
Accessories and decorations for a shabby chic hallway or entrance area
An entrance is often the first room a guest sees in your home, so it should make an impression. Choose the right accessories, even if there isn’t a lot of space, you can always find something cool. The accessories here can add some details of other styles, for example rustic style – choose baskets, jugs instead of vases, antlers and other things. If you want something a little more sophisticated, try French chic and go for a crystal chandelier, some floral and lace textiles, and chic vintage lamps.
Peppermint is a traditional taste for Christmas, we love such desserts very much. Today I want to share some amazing peppermint flavored recipes and I am sure that both kids and adults will be delighted.
Peppermint bark fondant is a simple no-bake fudge that can be made with condensed milk and without a candy thermometer. A simple recipe with few ingredients that makes a great edible Christmas gift.
Layers of fudgy chocolate brownies, cheesecake pudding, and cool peppermint combine in this festive, candy cane-inspired little dessert. Chocolate and peppermint trifles are the simple yet breathtaking dessert for this Christmas season!
Funny and festive candy cane cookies in two colors of twisted almond sugar cookie dough, sprinkled with crushed candy canes and sugar. They are sure to be a cherished Christmas tradition for families!
A rich chocolate coating that envelops a soft, chewy peppermint center is the perfect vacation treat. Six ingredients, no baking and easy to prepare, even kids will have fun rolling the dough into balls. This dessert can also feed almost anyone as it is gluten, dairy, egg, soy, peanut, and tree nut free. as well as top 8 free and vegan.
These chocolate peppermint sandwich biscuits will be the star of your Christmas cookie exchange or throw them on a label and give them away as a homemade gift!
Wonderful peppermint macarons filled with chocolate ganache and decorated with crushed candy canes. These gluten-free and dairy-free cookies are everything. With just a few ingredients in macarons, almond flour, powdered sugar, granulated sugar, egg whites, tartar and salt, they have to go together perfectly to get it right.
Candy Cane Crunch Funfetti sugar cookie bars are super festive with red and green Funfetti and Crunch Up Candy Cane sprinkled over them.
Four Ingredient (V, GF, DF) Peppermint Chocolate Crunch Bars: A 4-ingredient, one-bowl recipe for crispy, cool mint crunch bars perfect for the holidays! Vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free - these bars are healthy and delicious!
This chocolate peppermint pan biscuit will be the holiday hit at your next party. It's full of chocolate chips and a peppermint flavor. It can be mixed in a bowl and cooked in either a cast iron or an ovenproof pan.
Peppermint Mocha Tres Leches Cake - this easy chocolate cake recipe is soaked in peppermint mocha and chocolate milk flavor!
These frozen peppermint brownies are thick, fiddly, and full of flavor. Classic brownies add a vacation touch by topping them with a sweet peppermint crunch frosting. Easy to prepare and even better to eat, this treat will be the hit of the holiday season!
This is a combo of peppermint marshmallows, chocolate peppermint graham crackers, and a whole load of chocolate and crushed candy canes. They have all of the great flavors of S'Mores, but since the marshmallows aren't toasted, they can hang out for a while and look pretty on your Christmas cookie tray before you eat them.
Peppermint meringues are a cool and refreshing treat, perfect for your holiday table, as a gift for friends or for an office party!
Festive and light marshmallows with peppermint chocolate. Makes ordinary hot chocolate taste extraordinary!
Rich and delicious simple candy cane chocolate truffles take very little time and are the perfect peppermint vacation treat to give!