Check out the simple and easy fall decor ideas that I used in my foyer to create a “welcome to my home” vibe for my friends and family.
No matter the time of year, it’s important to me that my foyer always be a warm and welcoming area in my home! Almost everyone who comes to visit us usually comes to the front door and I want them to feel instantly at home. Keeping that in mind, I decorated my foyer for fall with warm colors and soothing textures. Nothing jarring or overwhelming would do in this space. Come on in and look around!
As soon as you enter through the front door, I’ve set up a little welcoming vignette. Even though the chair is filled with throws and a fall pillow, I hope it will give my visitors the impression that I’d like you to sit and stay for a while!
To keep the whole area from feeling too busy, I kept the decor on the chest very simple by only adding a wicker vase filled with fall stems and a cute little crockery pumpkin box. How cute are those pumpkins stems? Can you believe they came from the dollar store?
I kept the decor on my board and batten wall really simple too. I removed much of what was on this wall for the summer and added just a few touches for fall. The hooks that I added to the wall make hanging seasonal decorations here a cinch.
Standing in my family room and looking back toward the front door, you can see that I added a wreath to the inside of the door. It helps add more texture the space and it also hides the backside of my diy embroidery hoop wreath that is hanging on the outside of the door. As much as I adore having a glass door, being able to see the backside of anything you hang on it isn’t always a good thing. I do love getting a peek of the mums on my front porch though. 😀
Thank you for coming by to visit today. I’m happy to be participating in the Welcome Fall Home Tour with several of my bloggy friends! We’re all sharing our Welcome Fall ideas every day this week! A huge thank you to Kristi from Chatfield Court for putting these tours together! Click on the links below to get tons of fall inspiration for your own home!
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