This post will help you Decorate an Entry Way Table for Fall.

Hello Autumn.

I see you!

The tips of the trees are starting to show off, and we are here for it!

This week I tackled the entry way. It’s a small footprint overall, but with soaring 3-story ceilings and a very fancy chandelier that I picked out almost 25 years ago, it packs a feisty punch! This year, I created a mercury glass pumpkin vine on the one piece of furniture that resides in the parlor!

Want to see?

Oh, joy!

Fall Decor in the Entry Way
Fall Pumpkins for the Entry Way Table
Fall Decor for the Entry Table

Here are a handful of the fall posts through the years, including one with this very table from last year: The Ultimate Guide to Fall Home Decor Fall Harvest Table Setting Add Fall Decor to Your Chinoiserie Chic Home

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Decorate an Entry Way Table For Fall

List of Items

  • mercury glass pumpkin (or any pumpkins on hand)
  • fall foliage – faux or gathered from the yard
  • squirrel – definitely faux
  • candles

Mercury Glass Pumpkin Patch

For the past five years, I’ve picked up a mercury glass pumpkin or two each fall. We have two glass pumpkin patches in our home this fall, one in the kitchen window, and the other here in the parlor to welcome guest (or at least welcome our family). Of course, you could use any type of pumpkin you own. Even the tiny 3 for a $1 pumpkins from dollar tree or from the grocery store would create a similar fun look.

Mercury Glass Pumpkins and Fall Berries
Mercury Glass Pumpkin Patch

Here’s the kitchen window pumpkin patch.

Pastel Mercury Glass Pumpkins
Mercury Glass Pumpkin Patch

Fall Foliage

Whether you painstakingly build a beautiful fall centerpiece, or scatter a few leaves, berries, and sticks, you can create a fall feel all your own. The centerpiece on the entry way is 6 hydrangea stems, 2 berry stems, and a couple of stems of eucalyptus.

Entry Way Table Fall Decor
Fall Stems Make Beautiful Arrangement

I created this centerpiece in my Antique Chinoiserie Ginger Jar. They are so hard to source, but I found a couple. These are found one at a time, so I apologize if it’s gone by the time you take a look!!

Fall Woodland Animal – Squirrel

What? You don’t have a bright pink squirrel, or a colorful pheasant? Not to worry. Neither did I until I grabbed the brown fella by the furry tale and spray painted him, and tied on a cheetah scarf.

Pink Fall Squirrel
Woodland Squirrel Ready for Fall

Replace the Candles with Fall Color Tapers

I realize not everyone has wall sconces, but he concept works for candlesticks, or even scented candles. Replicate colors from the foliage you choose.

Mercury Glass Pumpkins and Fall Hydrangea

That’s the extend of my entry way. I’m working on the front porch…….still. My fingers are crossed that I will have that up and ready for view this Saturday!

Oh you wanted 7 Ideas…..Tap here for lots more fall inspiration. Fresh New Fall Colors for Your Home

Meanwhile, here are a few sources that could help you achieve the entryway decor look.

Enjoy Today!
Love y’all,

Lori Nell

Fall Decor

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