October is just a few days away already and the fall weather is here! I’ve been planning my Christmas decor and we’re still finishing our landscaping around our new inground pool. I’m a little scattered these days to say the least! I am however, very happy to share our fall entryway with you today – a simple and elegant take on the season.
Lately, I need to keep my decorating simple, and as I mentioned in my recent fall living room post, I don’t want, or need the stress of overwhelming seasonal decorating! Here, I shopped our home, and believe it or not – I used a Christmas wreath as a fall wreath, and I absolutely love the result. I hope you do too!
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FALL ENTRYWAY DECORATING
Thank you for joining me in our fall entryway today! The season just started, but if you’re anythig like me, it feels like it’s been around for a while.
Part of doing what I do, is planning ahead for the next season, I’m already onto Christmas!
It’s never too early to plan for the holidays!
That said, as I mentioned above, the star of my fall entryway this year, is an existing Christmas wreath I’ve have for a few years now.
Amazing how you can repurpose anything with a little creative thinking!
I think this sets a stunning scene and tone for our fall home this year, as you enter into our fall entryway…
Rich colors and pattern, natural textures and elegant gold touches.
You’l recognize this wreath (I actually have two!) from a few holiday posts…click the links below to see how I’ve styled them.
With my love for symmetry, I styled our console table using the wreath as a jumping off point, with more gold accessories to add the perfect compliment.
I’ve had all of these candle holders for so many years and love them all very much.
A couple of my latest ginger jars, that I found last spring, flank my center candleholder arrangement – you know how much I love my chinoiserie!
SHOP OUR FALL ENTRYWAY
On the middle and bottom shelves, simplicity is the key to balancing out the fullness of the tabletop.
A simple stack of one of my favorite art books, a decorative box and another nod to fall with a gold leaf accent adorns the middle shelf.
Finally, a pair of woven baskets on the bottom shelf completes the look!
I needed to keep my decor simple, I’m so busy lately and honestly, as much as I love decorating, it can be daunting at times each season!
Take the pressure off, use what you already have in creative ways and keep things simple!
Thank you for taking the time to tour our fall entryway with me today, I hope you found something inspiring! Stay tuned for a fall tablescape and our fall kitchen coming very soon! xo