Living in New England, fall is such a beautiful and colorful time of year. Even though it’s a bit sad to watch summer fade away, to really appreciate fall, you need to get into the season. So what better way to do that than to decorate your entryway with a fall themed vignette.
To be honest, I spent a lot of time cleaning out the bottom of this cabinet, as it had become a catch-all for too much stuff. So I’ve added a this crate, so keep things under control and we’ll see how long that lasts.
This piece of furniture has been in my entryway for a number of years. It’s really versatile for storage, displaying and of course entertaining.
But even if you don’t do much entertaining in September, it really is a cozy feeling to come home each day to the colors of fall. And if you can display items that are meaningful to you, it becomes even better.
For instance, the birdhouse was a gift that I was given many years ago from my sister and God children, which I’ve kept either in my living room in the winter, or on my sun porch in the summer time.
For my fall entryway decor, I also chose to use this Royal Worcester water pitcher that I received as a gift when I got married and a bowl of fresh apples that make the whole house smell amazing.
It’s funny when people stop by and I offer them an apple, they’re afraid it may ruin my display. Even my husband, who eats everything has been reluctant to take an apple to work. But the apples are there to eat and enjoy, not just look at. This is apple season!
I also love this leafy fall candle that my mom gave me. It’s battery operated so I don’t have to worry about it burning down till it gets ruined. And as you can see, my staircase is right next to this entryway, so this candle doesn’t create any fire hazard if it get’s knocked over. Safe and pretty…I like that!
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So if you’re looking for ways to enjoy the Autumn season in your own home, gather up a few of your favorite fall things and create your own beautiful fall entryway decor! 🙂
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