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Gentry Project Entry

Inspiration

Well, the Gentry Project has finally wrapped up and I’m so excited to start sharing more of the finished spaces in this house with you! (In case you missed them, you can see the kitchen here and the master bedroom here.) We listed the house just a few days ago and we are already under contract! So exciting!

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I really wanted the entry space of this home to feel colorful and welcoming, especially for the open house we held this last weekend! Our amazing iron front door that we had made locally from Signature Iron Doors, lets in the most beautiful light into our entry.

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vintage rug (similar)

I knew I wanted to have some really pretty art hanging on our shiplap wall since you can see through the glass doors from the front of the house. I love the look of diptyque or triptyque canvases, where the image is split up into two or three separate frames, and I thought something like that would be perfect in here. When Shutterfly reached out to see if I wanted to have any of our prints from Jenny’s Print Shop framed for the Gentry project, I jumped at the chance to do a framed canvas series of BOARDWALK over the console table for the front door. I love all the palm trees we have in Arizona and this print felt like the perfect choice for this Spanish modern home.

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I know based on your emails that a lot of you have wanted to do something similar in your homes with print shop images, but the editing required to crop and edit the image was intimidating to you. Good news! Shutterfly does all the hard work here in splitting up the image and cropping to the right size. You simply upload the image file and that’s it! No prior editing required on your part. It’s super easy.

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I loved shopping on Shutterfly’s site for other ways to use our print shop images at Gentry. I’m pretty much obsessed with circle mats right now and I was so excited to see they have this mat and frame option! I love that Shutterfly has black, white and cream matting options as well as a great selection of frame options. I love how our two newest prints HEARTS and DO LESS look stacked together here at the end of the hall. I used this frame for DO LESS and this one for HEARTS with the cream circle mat option.

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woven bench (similar)

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Did you know Shutterfly offers all sorts of home decor pieces beyond just wall art? All of which you can personalize with your own images or files (like from Jenny’s Print Shop) or you can choose from Shutterfly’s extensive art library. I uploaded this photo of a mudcloth pattern to have them make this super cozy throw! Isn’t it cute in here? I love how these little touches made our Gentry entry space feel warm and welcoming to our guests and potential future home owners during our listing open house this last weekend.

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woven bench (similar)

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SOURCES

BOARDWALK print and framed canvases

DO LESS print and frame

HEARTS print and frame

Front Door – Signature Iron Doors

Exterior color Benjamin Moore Classic Gray

Exterior Sconces – Lucent Lightshop

Black planters on front porch with bougainvillea

 

Console table – Downeast Home

Lamp – Juniper Studio (coming soon!)

Woven bench – Home Goods – similar here

White beads

 

Mudcloth throw blanket

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46 thoughts on “Gentry Project Entry

  1. Jenny,
    This is such a beautiful space!
    I wonder if you can provide a direct link for the console~ if it’s still available. Thank you =)

  2. This space is so warm and fun! It makes me want to take a vacation.

    I also just discovered your Insta stories that are saved to your profile – I have been loving them! It’s fun to have the longer continuation of stories that don’t disappear. All of the DIY projects for the Gentry project are inspiring me to get back to working on my own home. Thank you!

    1. Thanks Kate! I am LOVING the new saved highlights feature too! It’s so fun to be able to dig deeper into the process and I love that they don’t have to go away now! :)

  3. Such a gorgeous, relaxed space! I adore those black doors.

    Jenny, where do you get all your gorgeous flowers? Are those flowers on the console fake? I’m on the hunt for beautiful fake flowers like these but they never look quite so good. Thank you!

    1. Hi Julie! They are fake! I found them at Hobby Lobby – my current favorite place to by faux plants! Don’t miss the succulent/cactus section!

  4. This is great info! Can’t wait to see more! I nearly rolled out of my chair when I saw the mention of the blanket and Shutterfly! Wow- technology is amazing! I can’t wait to see more.

  5. Hi Jenny,
    Thanks for sharing! It’s all beautiful. I’m looking for two lamps like the one you are going to be selling. Do you know the height of and width of it? Is it gray? And approximate price? When you think it will be available?
    Thank you!

  6. Hi! This entry is amazing. Can you share the sources for the layered welcome mats? Thanks!

  7. I’m loving your front entryway, doors, plants in pots and the exterior color! Thank you for the inspiration, our goal this spring/summer is to paint the exterior of our house and we are thinking off white with a dark trim and I always wanted a red door. I love that classic grey paint, it looks beautiful!

  8. Those doors! The palm prints! That lamp! The rug! Everything looks spectacular! Lovely work, as always. Those bougainvillea make me miss AZ every time!

  9. So beautiful! Can you please tell me where that sage ceramic vase is from on the entry console? And the planter by the bench?

  10. What A lovely way to enter such a beautiful home! While I like the see through glass doors, I could not imagine using them in our home as you can see the entire living room space from the front door! But they are perfect in this house. I love the rug and the lamp as well!

  11. Throughthe 15th century the Gentry become firmly established as the real rulers of the localities; and an enterprising part ofEnglands economy. So it seems worth finding out a bit more about them. 180 The Lives and Loves of the Gentry

  12. Love this! On the shutterfly frames of Boardwalk – did you just split the print into two by uploading same print and zooming in on 2 separate areas?

    I’ve been looking to split some of your prints into diptych/triptych to fill up a large space. Thanks for the guidance!

    1. Hi Annie! If you click through to the link I used for the BOARDWALK frame it will send you to the right place! You just upload one image and the website crops it into two perfectly! :)

  13. Jenny, I love this entry! Can you share the source for the black metal tray on the console table? Thanks!!

  14. Love this space! I recently purchased a kilim for our kitchen and am curious if you have a recommendation for a good rug mat/gripper that will hold it in place?

  15. I’m still dreaming about that table lamp. Is it available in your shop or could you give the source. I NEED it! ;)

  16. Jenny and Company,
    Please tell me that gorgeous table lamp is coming back to Juniper Home!!! I just discovered it and I am so in love. Wishing and hoping….Danielle

    1. Hi Danielle! We haven’t decided to start selling additional home goods quite yet, but this line is also sold at Living Spaces! I saw this same lamp there when I stopped in last week! Hope that helps! xo

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