Welcome to our sixth Thanksgiving themed posts. If you have been keeping up with all of our Thanksgiving tips/recipes, we want to say THANK YOU! If this is your first time reading our post, WELCOME and make sure to check out all of our Thanksgiving related posts here.
In today’s post, we will focus on the first thing your guest will see prior to seeing you, which is your entryway. To give a better context of our living situation, we live in a 3 story house and we happen to be on the top floor. Prior to our guests entering our apartment, they get to see our entryway first. Below we will review how we setup our entryway, which is inviting and represents this amazing holiday season.
Wreaths are a definite must for the holiday season. They come in different shapes, sizes and colors, which can match any person’s style. In our case, we found this fall wreath at our local thrift shop for $5.00 and a welcome sign with a festive turkey for $3.99. Luckily for us, we were able to place the two pieces together and made this welcoming combo.
Fall is all about leaves and pumpkins. If you have seen some of our prior posts, you can tell that we are all about pumpkins, whether they are store bought or handmade. Here we have two different pumpkin displaying styles which compliment each other very well. If you are able to, we recommend investing in any type of pumpkin which can fit any spot and will always look great!
We are a household who truly loves books. In a future post, Jeff will give you a tour of our amazing library (Jeff did all of the work, I just watched in awe). Now, to incorporate our love for books, we added these six classics to our entryway. The colors match well with the season and our guests are more then welcome to grab one to skim through or even borrow.
The big picture
This is how our entryway looks like all together. It is small and simple but also provides a very welcoming vibe. So far, every guest of our has complimented on how nice it looks. If you have the ability to decorate your entryway, highly recommend to go for it! We hope that this post has inspired you to place a bit of fall decor outside your home and cannot wait for Thanksgiving tomorrow!