I am thrilled to participate in the 2021 Harvest Home Tour. For this tour, I am sharing how to decorate an entryway for fall.
It is such an honor to be sharing my entryway decorated for fall with the other talented ladies in the 2021 Fall Home Harvest Tour. This home tour is created by Kristi from French Creek Farmhouse. Be sure to check out the other blogger’s homes from the bottom of this post.
Last year, I decorated my home for fall with the color marigold or golden yellow. This year, I want to decorate with rust and cognac colors. I found this beautiful and vibrant material at a thrift store and I know that it will make beautiful fall pillows. Thrift stores are a great place to find seasonal decor. Thrifting is an inexpensive way to decorate your home each season.
Since I am using rust colors, I want to purchase the Studio McGee rustic vase that just came out for fall to go on my entryway console table.
The problem is that it is always sold out in the store and online. Since I probably will not be able to purchase the vase, I will have to make one that looks closely like the vase that I want.
While thrifting, I picked up this metal jar with almost the same shape as the vase I want. Notice that the lip at the opening is almost the same shape.
The DIY vase looks beautiful. I only spent a few dollars and it looks almost like the one that is sold out in stores and online. This vase only took a few minutes to make. You can see the tutorial for how I made it on this post.
The faux wallpaper in my entryway is not really wallpaper. I drew the flower pattern on the wall with a Sharpie to look like wallpaper. I didn’t want to use real wallpaper because I have removed wallpaper a hundred times in every home that I have lived in. It is a pain to remove. This way I can just paint over it when I am tired of it.
My DIY wallpaper has been featured in several places including the Spruce. You can visit the tutorial at this blog post.
The fall colors that greet you when you enter the home are used throughout the home.
I hope that you find inspiration from my home and also from the other homes on the tour.