Tiny Entryway Fall Decor Ideas Pinterest Challenge

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Are you ready to fall into the autumn season? (See what I did there?) Today, you can get some inspiration for your home with these tiny entryway fall decor ideas via the Pinterest Challenge!


Welcome to this month’s Pinterest Challenge!

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We’re getting an early start this year with some fall decor inspiration!

If you are new to the Pinterest Challenge, it’s all about one inspiration photo, a group of bloggers (FOURTEEN this month!), and each of us putting our own touch on the inspo image!

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If you are visiting from my sweet friend, Lora Bloomquist… welcome! Her vintage home and tips for a fall mantel are lovely, aren’t they?

And a special ‘hello’ to all my MWA family!

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And a BIG thanks goes to our hostess, Cindy from County Road 407 for putting our Pinterest Challenge together.

Inspiration for Tiny Entryway Fall Decor Ideas

This month’s Pinterest Challenge inspiration photo comes from Janelle Trinette.com.

neutral pumpkins with foliage in woven basket and tree cuttings with door in background

Janelle’s warm and inviting vignette features lots of neutrals that I just love!

Other elements of her vignette include:

  • LOTS of pumpkins (neutral, of course!)
  • Tree cuttings to elevate her decor
  • A woven basket
  • Dried fall stems and grasses
  • Linen cloth
  • and, a chippy door for the background

Are you ready to see the ‘spin’ I put on the inspo image?

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Tiny Entryway Fall Decor Ideas – Woven Elements

The most natural area for me to set-up a larger fall vignette is my entryway.

Creating a welcoming entryway in a tiny space is proving to be a bit easier in my third floor apartment versus the original My Wee Abode loft apartment. It’s so fun, and such a blessing!

fall vignette in corner with woven vase crate with pumpkins and fall elements

If you visited my summer tour, the entryway at MWA usually has a little white bench. For this vignette, I simply moved the bench to another area, and filled this little nook with some seasonal elements!

Mimicking Janelle’s large basket, I found a tall woven floor vase that I fell in love with at At Home. It is a bit pricey, but when I REALLY love something, and I can afford it, I will make small investments like this.

fall vignette in corner with woven vase crate with pumpkins and fall elements

Using the woven vase adds texture and warmth to the vignette. More woven elements could include:

Tiny Entryway Fall Decor Ideas – Adding Pumpkins

What would a fall vignette be without pumpkins?

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Because I spent a small fortune on my new vase, I used the pumpkins that I had on hand.

I *did* have my large white pumpkin that I have used the last couple years on my fall patio.

However, I didn’t have too many other larger white pumpkins. This is where you work with what you have!

crate with green pumpkin and woven pumpkins and grass

Did you know green can be considered ‘neutral’? It really can if it’s a ‘natural’ green… you know, more ‘earthy’ rather than lime or emerald. 😉

As you can see, my faux green pumpkin was added to the vignette, along with a faux baby-boo and two woven pumpkins (more texture!).

But, YOU don’t have to just go neutral! Add any colors your like to YOUR vignette! These days, whether they are real or faux, pumpkins come in a plethora of colors!

Here are some faux pumpkins you might like to add to your collection:

Tiny Entryway Fall Decor Ideas – Add Faux or Natural Stems and Branches

The inspo photo included some cattails, wheat stems, and other kinds of dried grasses.

The Pinterest Challenge was a great excuse to finally add some fall branches and larger stems to my collection of faux foliage!

Instead of grasses, I added maple leaf branches and some blue pod stems.

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Pod and berry stems just add so much to seasonal decor, especially for fall and winter!

blue pod stems with maple leaves

Other types of all branches and stems I like to use:

More Elements for Tiny Entryway Fall Decor

A few more items that you can use for a cozy fall vignette are textiles, amber glass, and wood elements.

While the Pinterest Challenge inspo used a linen cloth draping from the basket, a light-weight blue throw was hung on my coat rack. The blue throw was a gift from a dear friend, and it’s perfect for a cool ‘shawl’ on an early fall evening.

fall vignette in corner with woven vase crate with pumpkins and fall elements

Instead of using tree slices for elevating my pumpkins, I opted for my little wooden crate that I used in a winter entryway and on my patio, too. However, this time, I cradled some pumpkins inside, as well as added some warm amber vases on the top!

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Last year, I invested in some amber vases for the autumn season. They look lovely with fall stems, as well as empty in a little collection!

amber bottles on wood surface

You can find all kinds of amber glass vases and apothecary jars at your nearest Hobby Lobby! And Target has a lovely octagonal set!

fall vignette in corner with woven vase crate with pumpkins and fall elements

I hope these tips and tricks for a seasonal fall vignette were inspirational for you!

If you want more inspiration, head on over to our wonderful hostess’s blog (and my dear friend), Cindy at County Road 407. She’s sharing fall door decor that everyone will remember… she promises! 😉

And you won’t want to miss ALL the inspiration from the rest of my blogging buddies listed below! Just click on the pictures to take you to each one!

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  1. I’m so glad you’ve got a nice space to have an entryway vignette in your new home. Love the tall basket and how you tucked the pumpkins into the raffia. Very homey and cozy for Fall!

  2. I’m very excited that you have an easier entryway to decorate. I think the little nook is the perfect space. And it looks fantastic! I love those bottles and how you used the tall vase for the stems and the crate for the basket. That’s thinking outside the box and I love it! Glad you could join us friend.

    1. I’m so glad I could join as well, too! Hopefully next month, I’ll give myself a bit more time, and REALLY be able to think it through! Hugs!

  3. Love your spin on the PC Julie! The tall basket vase is a lovely addition, I would imagine you’ll find pretty ways to use it for every season. Great idea using the crate to display the bottles and pumpkins. You’re one creative lady!!

  4. Wow, SO much great fall/autumn impact in such a tiny little corner! It gives so much atmosphere. Very inspiring for those of us who don’t have a lot of room. Thanks for the wonderful ideas!

  5. Julie, I love your new entryway and it looks great with the green hanging rack and your fall display!! I have to say, the new tall basket vase is a winner!!! Very cool piece!

    Well done! and enjoy your beautiful autumn entry,
    Big hugs,
    Barb 🙂

  6. Hi Julie! I’m loving that tall woven floor vase! It makes such a statement. The whole vignette is so gorgeous the way you arranged it. I really like the choices you made. Pinned!

    1. Thank you, Crissy… as you know, I’m always second-guessing myself! You are always such a good encourager!

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