Grandmillenial Entry Way Makeover: peel and stick, rattan, and more!

Picture this: You walk into your home, and the very first thing that greets you is an entryway that oozes personality and grandmillennial charm. It’s a space where traditional meets the modern, where rattan and peel-and-stick wallpaper unite in harmony, and where every detail tells a story. That’s the dream I had for my entryway, and I’m here to take you on a journey as I turned that dream into reality. But without breaking the bank. Im sharing the steps I took to makeover my entryway below but remember you can adjust anything for budget!

In this article, we’re diving headfirst into the world of grandmillennial style and discovering how it can transform even the most mundane entryways into something extraordinary. We’ll explore the magic of peel-and-stick wallpaper, the timeless allure of rattan furniture, and the art of blending old-world elegance with contemporary flair.

So, if you’ve ever felt like your entryway was missing that certain je ne sais quoi, join me on this adventure. Together, we’ll peel, stick, ruffle some frills, and turn your entryway into a grandmillennial dream that welcomes you home. Get ready for a dose of inspiration and a touch of nostalgia as we embark on this grandmillennial entryway makeover journey!

*** This article may contain affiliate links that I receive a small commission off of. I always appreciate any support to keep this site running! Thank you!****** 

Grandmillenial Entry Way Makeover: peel and stick, rattan, and more!

Blue and wicker entryway makeover:

Step 1: Gather the supplies

The supplies that I used:

Step 2: Peel and stick the cubbies

I used a tape measurer to measure the exact shape of the cubby slots.

Then I carefully cut out one that matched those measurements. Hint: the back of most peel and stick paper has grids on it that help you measure and cut straight lines.

After cutting out one I used it as a guide to quickly cut out the other three.

Hint: apply peel and stick from the top and pull the backing down slowly. Some people use tools to flatten the bubbles out but I have found if you go slowly and use your hands to push out the bubbles it works just as well with no risk of scraping the wood underneath.

Step 3: Peel and stick the top and/or sides of cubbies

I opted to add a layer of the peel and stick on the top too impulsively and I love the way it turned out!

I decided not to add it to the sides due to the shape and placement in my entryway but if you have visibility on both sides I think that would be gorgeous too.

Hint: you can curve the extra paper around the back rather than cutting a messy line.

Step 4: Add baskets

I searched high and low for baskets that would perfectly fit into these cubbies but leave room to reach in and still see the peel and stick.

So save yourself the time and check out the link above for these gorgeous short cubby wicker baskets!

Step 5: Add your styling touches

Of course this final step is up to your own design preferences and style. Though I will say that I absolutely love the rattan and wicker focus.

Plus live plants add a lively and colorful touch to any space. And if you are new to the plant parent world check out my other site – Talk Plant To Me. But pothos plants are the easiest one to grow in my opinion.

Korra The Explorer

If you enjoyed this article on Grandmillenial Entry Way Makeover: peel and stick, rattan, and more than you probably (hopefully!) will enjoy these articles as well: