Now that summer is officially here, I’m sharing my summer entryway decor, that is simple, chic and elegant. I took a little break from work over the last few weeks, we went away to Mexico and I’ve been a little under the weather since we got back. That said, I managed to shoot this space this week to be able share it with you, just in time for the season – although I’m a little late with everything this summer! If you remember our colorful spring entryway, you’ll find some similar elements in here today. Keeping things very simple, the only things that are different are the florals and accessories on our console tabletop and the pillows on the chairs. So simple and yet we have a completely different look and feel in our summer entryway. There is nothing new in this space – everything you see has been collected through the years. I always love to rotate and reuse the things I truly love. Come on in and take a closer look at all the details.

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summer entryway decor. blue grasscloth wallpaper

You all know how much I love classic decor and I love infusing a coastal feel into our home as well. Along with traditional elements and chinoiserie touches, our home is a true mix of all of these things.

summer entryway decorating. Light blue and green florals.
Entryway decorated for summer

Can one’s style be so varied? I say yes, it can! I’m always talking about choosing things you love and layering pieces that tell your story – that is what your home should be. A reflection of you and what you love.

Since I love blue so much, you’ll find it everywhere threaded through our home. From wallpaper to paint colors to accessories, it is a constant in every space in our home.

The adorable pillows with fringe detail on our chairs are some of my favorites – I’ve had them for at least seven or eight years.

They were a HomeSense find, and they add that perfect, laid-back summer look and carry my blues further inside. You can shop either these similar ones or these similar ones to get the look.

Entryway decorated for summer

I also love faux hydrangeas and mixing them with other florals to create full, lush, statement-making arrangements – which is what you’ll find everywhere throughout our home this summer.


If you haven’t read my post all about our favorite faux flowers, you’ll want to! It’s a fantastic resource loaded with ideas, tips and shopping sources.

Aren’t these soft colors so beautiful together? I’ve used this blue and green combination previously in our summer entryway a while back, but this time I’ve added the white touches with my faux geraniums, and I just love the mix here and how it brightens it up.

Entryway decorated for summer


As far as the size of this arrangement, I am always all about huge, oversized florals. I admit it may not be for everyone, but they truly make such a statement….and this one is not even that big!

Ginger jars are another staple and favorite of mine that you’ll always find in every space around our home. They’re so classic, the lines are fluid and beautiful, and they lend a sense of tradition and history to any space.

Solid or printed, I can never have enough. I love them so much, I’ve written a dedicated blog post on decorating with ginger jars that I know you’ll find so helpful.

Coral sculptures are very prominent in our home as well, but in the summer, I always layer them around our home a little more heavily to infuse an even stronger coastal chic statement in my decor.

Speaking of coastal chic decor, I have another popular blog post all about how to create the look – I think you’ll find it a great resource if it’s a style that speaks to you.

Our bowl of starfish and the conch shell below were already styled here in our spring entryway.

Keeping things simple for my summer entryway decor, I left them as is to enhance the summer look in here, and also because they’re some of my favorite things that are simply beautiful to look at!

Our brass cross from our church is often in this space, or somewhere nearby, as it is so important to me that this blessing from God greets all that enter our home.

You can see a peek at our living room bookshelves in the reflection in the mirror above – I talked about adding more blue grasscloth to the back of the shelves in my summer inspiration post, which I hope to tackle very soon.

I finally received the peel and stick wallpaper I ordered and the color is a little darker than I expected, so fingers crossed I like the results. Stay tuned!

It only took a few simple touches to change the look and feel in this space. Our summer entryway decor is simple, chic, welcoming and I love it.


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Whether you’re a seasonal decorator or not, you can always update any space with a few small elements to get a whole new look.

Thank you for taking the time to tour this space with me and read about our summer entryway decor. Everything I’ve used in this space is from my years of collecting – nothing is new! A beautifully curated home takes years and so does honing your own style. If you want to create a similar look or infuse just an element or two, I truly hope you’ve found some inspiration today. Stay tuned for our dining room refresh, summer living room and summer kitchen in the coming weeks. xo

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  1. tamaraanka says:

    Hi Sarah! Thank you so much! I don’t have a direct link, but I’ve updated the post with similar options – hope this helps you! My vase is about 12″ high! Thank you for reading with me! xo

  2. Always look forward to your posts. Don’t have a link for the glass vase you used for the hydrangeas? Or maybe suggest a height for a similar vase? Thanks!

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