In this post: Fall Entry Decor: Sometimes Simple is Best. Just a few simple touches and natural elements bring a touch of fall to a small entry.
Sometimes simple is best. This year my fall entry decor is just that…simple, quick, inexpensive. The stairway was dressed with dried hydrangea blooms in vintage pitchers. Each pitcher was paired with a mini orange pumpkin. Even if orange isn’t your favorite, a small dose brings in a festive fall pop of color. This look can take you from early fall all the way through Thanksgiving.
Fall Entry Decor Tip:
Make sure to prepare your real gourds/pumpkins so they don’t mold and turn nasty.
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If you want to create a look similar to this one but don’t have dried hydrangeas, it would work beautifully to substitute faux hydrangeas, fresh/faux greenery or even another type of dried flower. I almost bought several bunches of dried wheat and then talked myself out of it in favor of the hydrangeas…but wheat would be a lovely choice as well.
Related: All About Limelight Hydrangeas
My “Gather Here” stenciled pillow cover has moved since I first shared it. It started out on the porch but is now resting on the entry chair. It was a last minute addition to my fall entry decor but I think it’s perfect. I have to admit that every time I go up or down the stairway, it brings a smile to my face.
Even if you don’t like to go all out with fall decor, a sprinkling of tiny pumpkins is an easy and inexpensive way to bring a touch of autumn into your home. Thank you, as always, for spending a bit of your day with me. Best wishes for a wonderful week!
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