Good Morning everyone. We are well into Fall now and finally the temperatures here agree with the season - this morning it was 57 degrees - yay, sweater weather. I have been waiting for this for a while now.
Today I am joining several other bloggers in the Blogtalk blog hop
"Home for Fall".
We are celebrating Fall with one big blog hop filled with amazingly wonderful DIY inspiration and creativeness put together just for you. So be sure to visit these wonderful ladies and check out what has been put together for your enjoyment.
I am sharing our Fall Entryway today.
If you follow me and have seen some of my previous posts on Fall this year you know my theme has been "simplicity". I love simplicity - I honestly think that the saying "less is more" has some merit. So I have kept our entryway quite simple also.
This year's entryway inspiration started with these lanterns I found at the Salvation Army one day.
Not to my liking or taste but I saw some real potential in them. So they came home with me. By merely adding a little paint and a few things I had on hand I was able to transform them into this:
What a difference a little black chalkboard paint can do. I also added a candle with a leaf and some twine to the small one and some "faux" Fall foliage with a twig owl and a blue painted "faux" pumpkin to the large one. I then placed the large one on a stack of books to give it height. I love how they turned out.
The other side of our entryway table has a beautiful Fall tray, a grapevine wreath and a white china pumpkin. Simple but brings in all the wonderful colors and textures of Fall.
Above the entryway table is a rather large Book Page Wreath that I made a few years back. I love this wreath - it is such a statement piece and also brings a wonderful vintage feel to the space.
The lower shelf has two wire baskets filled with vintage finds.
Old bottles that have been painted and/or wrapped with twine and old books sans covers tied with twine and "faux" foliage fill the first basket.
The second basket has several books that I transformed with Paper Book Jackets and a bit of Fall foliage.
So that is it for our Fall Entryway this year. I love how simple it was to add color and texture that gives it a very vintage feel without a lot of fuss.
Be sure to visit all the great links below - I'm sure you'll find something that will inspire you.
Thanks for stopping by and until next time create something you love.