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  1. Lois Lee said:

    It looks perfect!!! Like it’s always been there, so clean and clutter free, love it.

    September 17, 2015
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      Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting Lois:)

      September 17, 2015
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    • said:

      Thanks Susan!

      September 17, 2015
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    • said:

      Caitlin, thank you so much!

      September 17, 2015
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  2. Tara,

    I love your foyer so much! Overtime I see it I am so jealous! I would love to have an entry way like yours, at this point I’d love to have an entry way period! You always do such a beautiful job! Thank you for sharing!

    September 17, 2015
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      I appreciate that so much Cat, thank you!

      September 17, 2015
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  3. said:

    Oh my goodness!!! This is so well done! It really makes your entryway so open and fresh! Lovely! I really enjoy your work and I would be so happy if you would share this at my Making broken Beautiful party this week! I would be honored if you would help to make this party grow :0)
    Smiles!
    Terry

    http://thecuratorscollection.wordpress.com

    September 17, 2015
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      Terry, thank you so much for the invite and your sweet comments about our entryway table. I will be by to check out your party right now:). Take care, Tara

      September 17, 2015
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    • said:

      Hi Chelsea, thank you so much for commenting on our entryway table and for the invite I will definitely be over link up to your party:). Have a great week, take care, Tara

      September 19, 2015
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  4. said:

    Your space looks great and the boots are adorable. I can totally relate to your struggle with finding the right piece of furniture. I figure the days I spend moving furniture around that it counts as my workout for the day. 😉

    September 19, 2015
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      I think we need to start a whole exercise program around moving furniture Suzy:). Thanks so much for taking the time to check out our entryway table. Have a great week, take care, Tara

      September 19, 2015
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  5. Ray said:

    Can you give me specifics on the size wood, the trype of trim you used, etc. Do you have the dimensions of the built-in too>? I really want to copy your amazing project!

    September 21, 2015
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      Hi Ray! Thanks so much for the stopping by to see our entryway table! I am working on adding the measurements and more specifics to the post and I will add that information later tonight. If you have any more questions or I don’t answer all your questions please let me know and I would be happy to add them. Take care, Tara

      September 21, 2015
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    • said:

      I added the specifics to the post but here they are to make sure you have them:)
      Specifics

      (all the wood was bought at our local Lowes but you can find all of it at Home Depot or any other lumber store). It cost us a little less than $100 for the supplies. We did already have the paint and some crown molding.

      Overall the table is 46″ tall and 30.5″ wide at the widest spot (molding included) and 13.5″ deep (including molding). The legs are 37″ tall not counting the 5.5″ base molding and 12″ deep at the top. We also added a small shelf under the table top for my mail basket. That shelf is 4.5″ tall and 12″ wide.

      We used all pine wood to make our entryway table. We bought stain grade pine wood panels (although you could use 1 X12s) for the legs and the top and the shelf. We used 3/8″ bead molding for inside the board and batten wall (this molding was only $2 each for an 8 ft section) and we also added small crown molding for the around the top of the shelf to give it a more finished look.
      Thank you so much for your question if you have any more let me know!

      September 21, 2015
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  6. CJ said:

    Could you tell me how you adhered the table to the wall???I have a half table…but it won’t stay attached to the wall! Thanks

    September 21, 2015
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      Hi CJ thanks so much for stopping by! We screwed the entryway table in to the sides of the board and batten wall boards (the board and batten is screwed into our wall studs). We also added a 1 by board under my mail shelf which is also nailed into our wall studs and attached the table to that. I don’t know what your table looks like but I think if you don’t mind screwing your table to the wall ( in a discreet spot) or screwing a board to your wall studs and then attaching that board your table won’t go anywhere:). Take care, Tara

      September 21, 2015
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  7. You guys did such a great job it is beautiful and really works in the entry way. Now I want one! LOL! Great job. Thanks so much for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

    September 23, 2015
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      Michelle, thank you so much for stopping by to see our entryway table and thank you for hosting the Home Matters Party! Have a wonderful rest of your week and take care, Tara

      September 23, 2015
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    • said:

      Thank you for stopping by to check out my entryway table. Have a wonderful rest of your week and take care, Tara

      September 23, 2015
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  8. said:

    That looks sooooooo good!!

    September 23, 2015
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    • said:

      Thank you very much for stopping by to see my entryway table Martina!

      September 25, 2015
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  9. said:

    Hello Tara! Just popping by to say thank you so much for joining in on my Making Broken Beautiful party last week! I hope you will come again!
    Smiles!
    Terry

    September 23, 2015
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      Hi Terry! Thank you so much for hosting your party! I will definitely be back when I have more furniture posts to share:). I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Take care, Tara

      September 25, 2015
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  10. said:

    Tara, that is soooo good! It looks so clean and beautiful. Just perfect for the spot!

    September 27, 2015
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    • said:

      Karen thank you so much!!!

      September 27, 2015
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