Celebrating Fall in our Entryway
Is it too early to start bringing out the fall decor? No way! I have started adding touches of fall to my home. This is how we are celebrating Fall in our entryway.
This time every year, I get so excited whenever I start to see the fall decor hitting the stores.
Pumpkins, crunchy leaves, and crisp fall air is my love language.
So when Leen from Sand Dollar Lane asked if I wanted to join in a Fall blog hop, I jumped at the chance! She did an amazing job gathering some oh so awesome bloggers for you!
What better way to usher in the season with a group of wonderful gals also sharing their homes newly decorated for the season.
If you are new to blog hops, it’s a fun way to find decor inspiration by hopping from one blog post to the next until you reach the beginning again. And if you are coming to Noting Grace from Patti’s blog, Hearth and Vine – then Welcome! Isn’t Patti’s front porch so cute?
I love all things DIY and finding solutions for our home – but on a shoestring budget. You can read more about me and my family. I would love to connect with you, so leave me a comment below and say hello!
This season, I found a Fall color combo that I love!
Celebrating Fall in our Entryway
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I had so much fun making over this chicken coop cabinet. It was a much needed solution to help disguise our ugly air vent that greeted visitors when they came to my home.
So I swapped out all the Spring decor and made it all perfect for fall.
Vintage books are some of my go to items I always purchase at estate sales and thrift stores.
You can find out my 5 favorite things to collect – like those little creamers! Those are certainly on the list.
Another thing I love to collect is tarnished silver.
I just love how the colors vary with each piece.
So I made that the focal point that says hello when you open my front door.
I paired it with a copper melting pot I found at the Country Living Fair along with some vintage amber bottles.
This grouping of vintage yumminess make my heart sing!
In the tarnished pitcher, I placed some rust colored ferns and orange pomegranite berries – all faux of course.
This pitcher is one of my favorite pieces. It belonged to Trent’s great grandparents and is tarnished to perfection.
So to continue with the color theme, I added more silver and copper items to the shelves on the chicken coop.
I purposely keep these shelves very simple. Since this is a working air vent, I don’t want to impede the air flow by blocking it too much. So I decorate it sparsely.
Similarly, I’m finding my eyes are drawn to more minimalist stylings.
Plus, my life is already super crazy, so I don’t need any extra busyness in my life! Gnome sayin?
So to keep in the same vein, I swapped out the frame over my chicken coop shelves.
This frame was gifted to me from my SIL and because of all the copper tones, it matches this space perfectly.
But I didn’t have any artwork that seemed to fit my color theme.
So I found some free artwork online and printed out this DIY vintage drawing of a fall leaf for the picture.
Stay tuned – I will share these free printables soon!
Fall Pomegranite Berries
Amber Colored Bottles (similar)
Entryway Rug (similar)
Fall Home Tour Blog Hop
Okay – so ready to hop onto the next amazing blogger? Lynne from My Family Thyme is sharing her beautiful centerpiece that you won’t want to miss.
So scroll down to below and check out all the others on this fun Fall home tour.
Sand Dollar Lane // My Wee Abode // Hearth and Vine // Noting Grace
My Family Thyme // The Roots of Home // What Meegan Makes
Zucchini Sisters // Postcards from the Ridge // 2 Bees in a Pod // Thistle Key Lane
Harbour Breeze Home // Songbird // Sweet Pea
Thank you Brendt! It is fun swapping out the decor with each holiday! Hope your weekend was blessed as well, my friend!
I am in love with your fall entryway!
So many amazing textures and colors; you are so talented and I always love seeing what you do.
Have a blessed Labor Day weekend!
Thank you, my sweet friend!
Thanks, Paula! I plan on sharing the free printables next week! 😉
Thank you for your kind words, Patti! I love knowing the stories behind the treasures most of all!
Thank you, Leen – and thank you for all your hard work putting together this amazing tour!
Thanks so much Marianne – loved being on this tour with you!
Your entryway is so warm and welcoming! The silver and copper is just beautiful! Your shelves are styled so tastefully and the framed print is very pretty. It was so much fun to hop with you, Jen!
Thank you so much Dara – so glad to be on this blog hop with you!
Hi Jen! Your chicken coup shelf project is one of my favorites! I love all of your warm colors. Very welcoming entryway!
Jen – your fall entryway is a beautiful Fall greeting! It’s never too early to decorate for fall in our onions. Now – if we could just get the weather to cooperate! LOL
Jennifer, I LOVE the fall leaf and the other copper accents that you added to your entryway. It looks so welcoming and perfect for fall! I always enjoy seeing how you decorate this space. What a fun place to display your vintage treasures! It was nice to join you on the home tour. Pinned!
I love your Fall entryway! It’s all so pretty, but my favorite is the framed leaf!
Oh Jen! Your home is so lovely and inviting. The entry way is such a welcoming are, especially for Fall. All of the details and individual pieces are well thought out and designed. The Fall art has my heart with all the Fall colors. Thanks fir the inspiration, my friend.
Your tiny entryway always ‘sings my tune’, Jen… and all the copper is just lovely! Looking forward to those printables!
Jen, I adore all of your vintage items. You collect things that I love too! The amber bottles, creamers, and tarnished silver are beautiful, and that awesome copper pourer is perfect with your fall decor. Love it all, as always!
Love the mix of copper and silver. This makes me want to start decorating for fall at my home. You always put just the right touches to pull the theme all together. Beautifully done Jen. Can’t wait to see more.
That display is just perfect for Fall. I love it! I, too, am drawn to tarnished silver things. Hmmm…I just might need to add that to my Fall decor, too!😉 Thanks so much for sharing your home in the Fall home tour blog hop today!
Your chicken coup is really darling and fits this little space perfectly. Love your vintage goodies, especially the copper melting pot. What a great find! Lovely use of fall color too! By the way your plants in the back look amazing!
Jen, I was so excited when I saw that you were decorating your entryway for fall. I love this space and you always decorate it so beautifully.
I really like your collected and sentimental items. They add such a personal touch!
I am so glad you were able to be part of this tour, friend!
Hey, I have a silver pitcher that was given to me years ago and now I have the perfect use for it. Thanks for that inspiration. The way you paired aged pieces with warm glass makes a wonderful statement for fall and will surely bring a smile to the face of everyone who enters your home.
Your entryway looks beautiful decked out for fall. I love your leaf art and look forward to your post when you share it.
Great minds think alike! Fall entryway decor is the way to go.
I love all the vintage elements in your fall decorating.