Our EntryWay Decorated For Fall

I just shared my Fall Home Tour, did you have a chance to see it? If not, you can catch it HERE.
Because I had only shared a quick glimpse of my entryway on the tour, I wanted to come back and share a little bit more about it today. In this space next to our front door I have created an easy fall look that greets family and friends as they enter into our home. 

First off, I think what makes this space special is the blue door.  I get quite a few comments asking what color it is, so just in case you are interested in it too, it is called, Night Scape by Valspar.

The next thing I wanted to talk about is this memory box display. I picked up this memory/shadow/letterpress box at a yard sale last summer but I had never found a place to put it until now. It fits so perfect above my numbered coat hook that I'm wondering why I never thought to hang it up here before.

In my Fall Home Tour I share how I have framed some beautiful black and white photography that  had also come from a yard sale.  When I first brought the prints home, I placed one above the memory box and I loved it here, but it needed to move to above the couch with the rest of the collection, so at the moment I have a vintage licence plate in its place.

I often like to switch out different benches, baskets, trunks, and chairs in this area next to the door, usually depending on the season, for instance, in winter we need a place to store gloves and scarves, and for summer a place for flip flops, but here for fall I decided to add a leather ottoman which is all that is needed for sitting down to put on your shoes before heading outside.

To give a plant some height,  I have placed it on a large log.  I love the rustic texture it added to the space.

Then I added THIS  sailboat pillow. Even though it was from my Summer home tour, I felt like it could still work with my fall decor. The navy blue paired next to the leather provides a masculine look that feels very fall to me. 

I had fun adding air plants and pine cones to the cubbies of the shadow box.  The individual spaces makes each little item feel special.

And lastly, I searched my closet for coordinating bags to hang from the coat hook. I love going to my closet to find accessories to go with my decor,  and I can always find something to pull the look together :)  

So that is how our entryway looks currently, but you should know that it won't last long. 
I really love mixing things around this space. 
Thank you for stopping by today.

and be sure to check out my Fall Home Tour if you haven't yet. 

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