Fall Decorating Details in the Entryway

Here in Illinois, the leaves are still turning from green to gold and the landscape is glowing. I love this time of year but was dealt a rude awakening earlier this week. It snowed!! Can you believe it? The nerve of Mother Nature messin’ with my favorite season! Fortunately it was a light snow and it didn’t stick. Rumor has it the temps are rising back into the 60’s before week’s end. I sure hope so. I’m not nearly ready for Old Man Winter to come skulking around. So anywho, I’ve been busy primping the entryway with Fall decorating details.

Fall Decorating Details in the Entry Way via Town and Country LivingWhen you walk in the front door, you’ll be greeted with loads of glorious sunshine and a smattering of pumpkins, gourds, and vintage items.


Vintage Bottles via Town and Country LivingFavorite vintage bottles grace the desktop. It’s amazing to me that the kitties haven’t knocked these over! The bottle on the right was found at a local boutique and is hands down my favorite bottle.


Vintage Bottles via Town and Country LivingI adore the butterfly hanging inside, suspended from an old doorknob.

Such simple creativity went into this piece of art.


Vintage Letters on a Decoupaged Desk via Town and Country LivingThis packet of vintage letters is always on display on the desk.

I found them at the flea market and read each one.


Fall Decorating Details via Town and Country LivingA small Baby Boo pumpkin is just one of many Fall decorating details around the house.

I kind of went a little overboard with the Baby Boos this year, to be quite honest.


Pumpkin Vignette via Town and Country LivingSee? There’s another Baby Boo to the right of the desk on the corner table.


Blue Moon Pumpkin with Fall Gourds via Town and Country LivingAnd of course, the Blue Moon pumpkin deserves its pedestal!

It’s these little Fall decorating details that create visual impact in the home.


Spaghetti squash paired with autumn gourd via Town and Country LivingA humble spaghetti squash pairs with an Autumn gourd to complete the Fall vignette.


Fall Decorating Details in the Entryway via Town and Country LivingI can’t decide if I enjoy decorating more for Fall or Christmas. How about you?

And now, just a reminder that a few blogging friends and I are offering Tastes of the Season all week.


Tastes of the Season via Town and Country LivingWe’re each showcasing a Fall recipe this week.

Yesterday I shared a recipe for Sweet Potato Spoon Bread with Caramel Pecan Sauce.  Mmmmm! Hubby said it was the best dessert he’s ever eaten. Ever!  Wow!


Be sure to visit the rest of the bloggers participating in this week’s Tastes of the Season.

Monday 10-21:  Craftberry Bush

Tuesday 10-22:  Town and Country Living

Wednesday 10-23:  Finding Silver Pennies

Thursday 10-24:  Ella Claire Inspired

Friday 10-25:  AKA Design and City Farmhouse (it’s a 2-fer!!)

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  1. I love your simple Fall décor, Jennifer! This is perfect to me. I love the branches in the pitcher. I think I love a simple look to my Fall decorating because I know there is 3x as much to put out at Christmas {and many more trips to the attic and bins to bring down}!

  2. Your front entry is so bright and welcoming Jennifer. I like the sweet touches of fall colour you’ve brought in. I’m already planning my Christmas decor. Can you believe Christmas Eve is just 2 months away?? Have a beautiful day!

  3. I too have gone a little overboard with the Baby Boo pumpkins this year, but they bring me a smile each time I see them. So if it brings us pleasure it can’t really be overboard, can it?
    I also have been having fun with some photography with them. I think I may try to grow some next summer, for the fun of it.

  4. Hi Jennifer! I have enjoyed all your beautiful Fall decorating this year. SO LOVELY! Every time I come here I feel so welcome and like I could walk right into your beautiful home and settle down in any chair or sofa.
    sending hugs…

  5. Beautiful beautiful your space and so is your post!
    All those pictures are so gorgeous. I am deeply inspired by your creativity.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)