First impressions are everything, even when it comes to your home! Your entryway is the first thing you (and your guests) see upon entering your space, so we want to make sure yours is well-thought-out and sets a good tone for all who walk into your house. Today, McKenna Bleu, is excited to share three ways to style your entryway space for the fall season.
I refer to this first look as rustic neutral because it incorporates lots of texture and elements of nature. I kept the color palette neutral and focused on creating a cozy vibe with a mix of faux fur, macramé and burlap. I also added a mirror as a statement piece. My advice is to not overdo it with décor—I always love the 'less is more' look.
This next style is one of my favorites—fall with a touch of bohemian flair! To create this look, I incorporated a few of my passions: travel, bright colors and greenery. Switching out my bench for oversized wicker baskets changed up the look instantly, and fresh blooms from the farmers' market (my favorite weekly splurge) adds the perfect amount of color. Who doesn’t love beautiful flowers to start off their week?
Colorful Yarn Garland and Velvet Pumpkins - HomeGoods // Rattan Bench - IKEA // Faux Fur - HomeGoods // Candle Holder - Target // Wood Candles - HomeGoods // Vase and Dry Flowers - HomeGoods // Macramé Garland - BoHomosapien
This last look is a fun colorful take on fall—one the whole family will love, especially the kiddos! I love the colorful yarn garland layered over the macramé, creating dimension and more attention to the already gorgeous mirror. The mix of velvet-wrapped pumpkins adds a more playful, yet simple, look without making the space feel too childish.