Come tour this farmhouse fall entryway with natural elements, vintage pieces and DIY touches to add cozy and welcoming style. Affiliate links are included.
I shared my fall front porch with you last week, but now let’s step on in that front door…welcome to our farmhouse fall entryway:
This entryway tour is part of a blog hop with some other amazingly talented bloggers – all organized by Taryn Whiteaker Designs. Make sure you check out their entry ways when you’re done with this post – they’re all linked at the bottom!
This hallway has really come a long way in the past 2 years. Do you remember when it had old wallpaper & purple floral carpet?
These shelves are so fun to style every season. They’re super functional for storage, but I love to have fun with the top shelf.
We’ll be making that “Pumpkin Patch” sign for our first Crafting for a Cause this weekend – click here to see how you can help make a difference!
One of my favorite pieces? This old bread box from my sweet Grandma:
I found this wreath on our barn door at Homegoods on clearance last year – I used it as a winter wreath but I kind of love it in the fall too:
Want to see a little secret? After we moved a doorway for our bathroom remodel, we had to deal with an unfinished drywall wall. Andddd…we haven’t. Ha!
I wish it wasn’t so hard to get a picture at the beginning of our entryway. It’s so sunny over here & it’s such a small space:
In case you can’t tell – I love wreaths! I share my best sources for farmhouse wreaths online here (one of my most popular posts!)
Just outside of our entryway is my DIY mason jar hanger decorated for fall- it’s one of my most popular simple DIY projects:
Now, make sure you check out all of the other talented bloggers and their entryways – prepare to be inspired!