Is it possible to create a cozy fall entryway while keeping it simple? Of course it is! I will show you how I kept it very minimal, but added a few touches of fall to create a cozy vibe. Elevating a seasonal feel with muted colors paired with warm woods is the perfect way to achieve this.
I always start with my basic pieces for an entryway and then go from there. I kept the live edge bench that has been in the entryway for months. It is a darker wood color that brings lots of warmth to this space. I also love the contrast against the white walls.
Another must have item in the foyer is a rug. I chose to change it out and purchase the Jute Gray Rug from Hearth & Hand. The muted gray was exactly what I was looking for. This jute rug added in natural touches and the fringe is such a great added detail.
The last piece that is essential no matter what season is a mirror. Every entryway needs either a mirror or some artwork.
For Fall, I chose to hang my brass mirror which adds in some additional warm tones. I didn’t want to leave the wood one I already had there because the space would have been overwhelmed with wood. Already having one major wood piece, the live edge bench, I wanted to add in a different material.
Using textures definitely creates a warm, cozy vibe for Fall. It is easy to add in texture with pillows, throws, rugs, or even in accent pieces like the cute little white pumpkins.
As I mentioned, I went with a woven jute rug that offers lots of texture. I also chose a couple of decorative pillows with different patterns and materials to mix it up. I love added detail like the leather stitching on the pillow.
For our fall entryway, as most of the rest of the home, I went with more neutral, muted colors. I like the idea of an overall neutral color palette with some added pops of color here and there. For Fall pops of color, I love using amber vases and jars along with various stems.
Can you link the rug? Thanks!October 19, 2019 at 3:45 pm
Here it is! I love it!
https://rstyle.me/+DTQPmKb_T9ljNu0wPh9IHgOctober 19, 2019 at 4:14 pm