Let me show you how to style a simple fall entryway with ease. Decorating for fall shouldn’t be stressful or complicated! Let me help you!
Our entryway is one of my favorite places to decorate for the holidays and I just love how it turned out this year for fall! The entryway sets the tone for the rest of our home, so I usually focus on it first when decorating for the holidays (even if no one ever uses our front door lol).
In this post I walk you through each piece and how I styled them to help you when decorating your own entryway. I made sure to include all my fall decor tips and tricks to make your decorating process seamless and stress-free. Fall decorating should be fun and not overwhelming, so let me help you!
This post is all about how to style a simple fall entryway!
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My Fall Entryway
As you can see, I mixed my everyday decor with my fall pieces for my fall entryway this year. It’s somewhat simple, but still very cute! I split both the top and bottom of the table with my decor, which means I decorated the sides the of the table and not the center. I usually like to split the top and keep decor in the center on the bottom, but I wanted it to be more symmetrical. Then I also made sure to place my pumpkins on opposite sides to keep one side of the table from being too pumpkin heavy. Now lets get into the different pieces, shall we?
Refinished Sofa Table
I personally love our entryway. It’s simple, warm and inviting to our guests regardless that no one ever uses our front door lol. I especially love our sofa table because it used to belong to my grandparents before they passed away. Alex and I refinished it and used as a TV stand in our first home. Now, it serves as an entry table at our current house.
Farmhouse Overlay Mirror
I fell in love with a mirror from Pottery Barn until I saw the price tag and quickly forgot about it, but then I found this dupe at the At Home store near me for a fraction of the price! I was stoked. However the mirror was a brighter white than my sofa table and I felt that they clashed, so I brushed on a little bit of Dixie Belle’s Chalk Mineral paint. I used the color “drop cloth” which is the perfect off-white in my opinion. I like adding this to decor that is too bright to dull it down a bit and give the piece more texture.
I’ve been searching for something to add to either end of my mirror that wasn’t too cheesy and I found these lanterns at Hobby Lobby. However, I didn’t consider the fact that the one on the left prevents us from opening our front door all the way…. woops! Learn from my mistakes.
I have had this lavender wreath in my head for over a year and finally brought it to fruition this past summer. Although lavender isn’t necessarily a neutral color, the twigs help the wreath blend really well with my other pieces. It even looks great with all my pumpkins too!
If you are looking for more of a fall wreath, check out my fall wreath tutorials:
Chalkboards are great ways to decorate and personalize a space. They help add a rustic charm to your decor. Since my easel has two sides to write on, I like to leave one side for everyday (as you see here) and use the other side to add a holiday message (haven’t gotten to one for fall yet). I’ve used this easel at weddings, showers and parties too.
Coffee Table Books
To make a space more interesting, it’s a good idea to play with various heights. Using a stack of books is a fun and easy way to elevate certain pieces. I use our wedding album and my Home Body book by Joanna Gaines to make my easel seem taller. If you are wanting to add a few coffee table books to your collection but don’t want to spend a fortune, try hitting up your local thrift store. This is a hack I learned from Sophia Lee. Or you can use my bookstack tutorial and make your own stack of personalized books to use.
Pumpkins of all Shapes and Sizes
PUMPKINS! You can never have enough pumpkins during fall! Pumpkins are all you really need to add fall vibes to your home.
Pumpkins Spilling out of Basket
On the bottom of my table I set my wire basket on its side to make it look like the pumpkins are spilling out. I filled it with larger pumpkins first and then filled the rest in with smaller ones. I can usually find a bag of smaller pumpkins for fairly cheap at craft stores or Walmart and I then I like to invest in a few larger ones each season too.
Pumpkins and Candle Holders
On the top of my table, I replaced the candles on my candle holders with a few of my DIY foam pumpkins and added a few more in front of them to fill the space.
Fall Pillow Covers
Pillow covers are one of my favorite holiday decorating hacks because they are a lot cheaper and way easier to store. This “hack” especially came in handy when we lived in our first home that had very little storage and no basement. Amazon has lots to choose from. I really like pairing my buffalo plaid ones with my fall pillows.
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