Happpppppy Monday good lookin’! How was your weekend? It was pretty laid back over here and mostly spent working on a few projects around the house, errands, grocery shopping, copious amounts of coffee drinking, etc. Pretty boring stuff really, but that’s ok because I kinda like boring. It seems like the older I get the more I enjoy laid back weekends at home, especially in this season of life with a three month old and two little wild indians running around. It’s just always busy, so easy-going weekends are the best. Anyway, I have a feeling the week ahead is going to be a good one and I’m excited to get it started. And I hope you are too! Today’s post is all about my simple farmhouse fall entryway. It’s been a hot minute since I’ve shared this space here on the blog, so I figured it was about time. Our entryway is always a bit challenging to decorate because it’s literally less than 3 feet wide, but it’s one of my favorite spots to switch up as the seasons change. I’ve spruced it up with a few fun things for fall and I’m excited to show you guys how it’s looking!
Do you guys remember this antique single alter church pew that I restored recently? I shared it all in this post if you missed it.. Well I think this was only the 3rd time in my life I didn’t paint something white and I’m still loving this natural wood. It’s such a unique little pew and it has so much history. Plus it belonged to my Granny, so it’s pretty special to me.
I have several of these schoolhouse wire baskets and they are so darn handy to have around the house. I’ve used them mostly in the playroom for toy and book storage, but they’ll work just about anywhere. I love this rusty looking yellow one. I basically just loaded it up with as many pumpkins as I could, as you can see. Easy and cute!
I think this happy fall y’all sign is perfect for the entryway. I was actually going to put it on our front porch because I have an old door out there that would make the perfect backdrop for it, but I really like it here too. I just put some twine on the back so I could hang it up.
If you ever see a little wooden stool like this one at a yard sale or thrift store make sure you scoop it up. I bought that white one at a yard sale this past summer for just a few bucks. I chalk painted it white (of course) and distressed it a bit to give it more of a vintage, farmhouse look. Well since then I’ve used it in so many spots around our home, I’ve definitely got my money out of it. I love it. And now I’m always keeping my eyes open for more little stools like this, they’re just so darn handy.
Well that’s my simple farmhouse fall entryway. I hope you enjoyed this post and maybe got a few ideas for your own entryway. Thanks for dropping in and spending part of your Monday with me!
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