Hello, y’all and welcome to my Entryway! I’ve posted a few spaces of the new Idaho house: pantry, mudroom and one bed but this is the first holiday decor I’m sharing! I don’t know about y’all but I’m SO happy it’s FALL! As I’ve mentioned before it’s my most favorite season – leaves changing, crisp air, football, cooking and of course, Halloween! Now before we get the All Hallow’s Eve decor and goodness out, let’s start with fall decor.
Today I’m sharing my farmhouse entryway and how y’all can decorate a space with easy and festive fall items. When you walk into my entry I have one side with a long console table and the other with a modern farmhouse black bench. Both areas are great opportunities to decorate with a few pops of fall interiors. If you haven’t figured out yet, I don’t like bright colors in my home. It’s very neutrals with accents of black. This being said, my holiday decor will also stay in-line with my color palette and overall theme of my home, modern farmhouse.
*TIP: purchase holiday decorations that fit into your home style. Decorations can get cheesy fast and you want to make sure your space stays looking good and like YOU throughout the holiday season. Have fun with it!
I first started by adding a few festive items to my bench. I already had styled this spot with a cozy white blanket, two pillows and a round gold mirror above the bench. I decorated the other side of the bench with my burlap pumpkin pillow and natural basket filled with small white pumpkins. I added a little black check napkin to the basket to tie in with the black and white colors throughout my house. I then found two wheat-looking plants at Homegoods and thought they would make for the perfect fall farmhousey touch.
Let’s move to the other wall of the entryway… Since we have only been in our place about 6 weeks I had just begun to think about what I wanted to put on the console table. I started with my massive collection of coffee table books for the second shelf. Yes, I have a problem and I like it! 😉 I use books ALL over the house as decor. I will link all of my favorites below. I then started looking on Etsy for country decor and BAM, I found the perfect “farmhouse” sign. This vendor has SO many cute options and some can even be customized. I talked about them in my Farmhouse Mudroom post as I have one in there as well. I love that it’s wood, looks rustic and fits the space perfectly. Now it was time to add in FALL decor. I first started with my new white knit pumpkins. I found them at Target for only $6 and $9 depending on what size you get. I don’t think these pumpkins could fit in any better with my home style! 🙂 I then added a few of my gold beauties I purchased last year. Unfortunately they are no longer available but I will link some similar options below. Lastly I placed a few cotton stems in with the pumpkins for a farmhousey fall feel. #allthefeels
As I mentioned above, your holiday decor does not have to look cheesy. Make it feel like it belongs in your home. I went with simple and neutral decorations and they look great! See below to shop all of my festive fall items, furniture and decor as well as my entryway finishes – fixtures, paint, door and flooring. Happy fall, y’all!!
Light fixtures: Sconces & Chandelier || Paint: Walls – Benjamin Moore “Simply White” & Front Door – Sherwin Williams “Tricorn Black” || Door: Taylor Woodwork || Wood Floors: Stromberg Moore
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Can I ask what size this entryway is
Could you send me the contact for the gallery in a London where you got your mag 7 print from? Love it!
Hi Kate! Of course. Here’s the gallery we got it from: http://ashcroft-art.com/ We worked with James the owner. xo
Obsessed with this!! Quick question…desperately want that Magnificent 7 print but the one on your wall looks larger the one you linked. Is it the same or do you have deets if it’s larger? I need a pretty large scale print. Thanks girl!!
Hey Jaclyn! My mag 7 is from an art gallery in London and yes, it’s larger (wider). I linked a similar option as far as the print but it’s not the same canvas, silk screen that I have. If you’d like our contact at the gallery, I’d be more than happy to give it to you! Let me know. xoxo
Thank you, Pam!