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Look a like: Sally Steponkus Entry way

  1. LindsB says:

    I love this entry- I wish I had a large enough space to re-create it because I would be all over this!

  2. Pemberley says:

    Looks great! Thanks for the tip on where to find grasscloth wallpaper. It has been hovering on my to do list for a while now.

  3. Jeannine @ Small and Chic says:

    WOW! What a compliment!

    I was actually told that the editor of our local arts weekly is a fan of my blog…I almost fell over. You're on the "varsity" design blog team. It's no surprise that someone with Sally's reputation would be reading.

  4. Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle says:

    I have been looking for an inexpensive upholstered bench for my entry way. I never considered buying foam and recreating the look myself. Great idea!

  5. Emily says:

    I LOVE her work and can't get enough of this entry and home she did in the DC area. LOVE IT!

  6. Lavender and Lilies says:

    I love that look!

  7. Aesthetic Oiseau says:

    Thanks for the mention chica 🙂 LOVE, love, love Sally's work – and this entry is so fabulous!

  8. Averill says:

    Loved your look-alike! I'm also a big fan of Sally's (and that entryway in particular). The wallpaper is $$ and I loved your suggestion to just do a stencil on top of grasscloth…my only concern is I don't have a steady enough hand to get it to look right!

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  10. 1 Funky Woman says:

    Wow, what a price tag! Its so nice when you can find something similar for so much cheaper! Love the look!

  11. paula says:

    love this entry and your look for less.

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