Sharing simple fall entryway decorating ideas that you can easily incorporate into your home this season. These easy entryway fall decor ideas will help you welcome the new season into your home.
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Hello and welcome! I am so excited to join in with some of my talented blogging friends for the Celebrate Fall Home Tour, hosted by Leen from Sand Dollar Lane. There are 24 incredibly talented bloggers sharing their beautifully decorated fall homes all week long! We all have our own unique styles and love welcoming you into our homes to share our ideas with you.
If you are visiting from Pasha’s beautiful home at Pasha Is Home, welcome! I love visiting her blog. Pasha’s style is so easy and beautiful.
For those who are new to My Family Thyme, welcome! I’m Lynne. I am a Connecticut wife, mom, and fourth grade teacher by day, and a self-proclaimed home decor enthusiast by night.
I love all things home…simple DIY projects, crafting, trying new recipes, and decorating on a budget. I would love to connect with you, so please leave me a comment below and say hello!
Today I am thrilled to welcome you into my home and share some of my favorite simple fall entryway decorating ideas.
Decorating for a new season doesn’t mean redecorating your home. By adding a few simple and inexpensive touches, you can bring the warm and cozy feeling of fall into your home.
The entryway in our home is a relatively small and simple space, with DIY Board and Batten on one wall and a neutral paint color in a matte. It is furnished only with my grandmother’s deacon’s bench. With a few simple autumn additions, it now feels ready for the new season. I hope you enjoy these entryway fall decor ideas.
Favorite Fall Entryway Decorating Ideas
Add a Cozy Blanket
Fall in New England means a chill in the air and the need for cozy blankets. Along with providing warmth, they can add texture and a feel of fall to your home. Depending on the blanket you use, they can also be a great way to add a pop of seasonal color to your space.
Fall is a great time to mix textures, colors and patterns and give you a cozier feel.
This year I decided to stay with the blues that I have been slowing adding to our home and to bring fall colors into this space in other ways. When recently shopping at Target, this Threshold Jacobean Square Throw Pillow caught my eye. The pretty blue and natural pattern, with the tassels is great for layering on my bench.
Change Out Artwork
I have used my entryway to display some of my favorite Martha’s Vineyard Watercolors. These are some of the same prints that I share with you when you subscribe to my email list.
For the new season, I decided to change them out for these beautiful Autumn Leaves Botanical Watercolor Prints by Susan Fern Art. I purchased these downloadable prints and printed them at home on watercolor paper. These prints are such an easy and inexpensive way to bring in a seasonal touch. They are one of my favorite fall entryway decorating ideas.
Bring the Outdoors In
Bring the outdoors in by adding natural elements to your entryway decor. Fall stems, dried hydrangea blooms and pine cones add organic fall colors and textures.
I recently dried some beautiful hydrangea blooms and used them to create this beautiful wreath. It only took about 10 minutes! I’ll be sharing the complete tutorial later this week.
Adding a few high quality faux fall branches to a large artisan vase is a great way to bring in the colors of fall.
Add a Lantern
Lanterns and candles can make a space feel so welcoming. For safety reasons in the entryway, I am a big fan of using flameless candles. At night, it makes the space feel cozy and inviting.
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Bring in a Basket
Another one of my favorite entryway fall decor ideas is to use baskets. Woven baskets bring in rich colors and textures. I added some pine cones, but you can use baskets to hold plants, blankets, or pillows.
Add a Unique Pumpkin
A few years ago, I had painted traditional Buffalo Check pumpkins. I recently had some fun painting this classic gingham pattern on this pumpkin with shades of blue. You’ll enjoy this simple, step by step tutorial for Gingham Painted Pumpkins. Have fun making this seasonal craft and bring a unique bit of fall into your home!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! If you have any questions about anything, please feel free to reach out to me or leave a comment below. I would love to connect with you on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or here on the blog!
Now make sure to head over and visit my friend Melanie at Southern Crush at Home. You are in for a treat! She is sharing her gorgeous fall dining room. You don’t want to miss out on all of other creative bloggers below!