Come on in, it is all warm and cozy! Other than the front porch, the entryway is the first space family and friends see when they come into the home. I always want them to feel welcome and right at home, which means during this time of the year it needs to be all warm and cozy! In the entryway I did do two different looks so far this season because let’s all be honest we know I can not leave something alone for long lol.
While I was out grabbing the Santa mugs for the November subscription boxes, this vintage plastic Santa face caught my eye and I knew I had to have it. At the time I had no idea where I was going to put it but, after many regrets I know that if you see something you love you get it and worry about where it will go later. Well once I got home and turned to this entryway I knew just where he could go. I kept some of the entryway the same even though I was styling it for Christmas because sometimes your normal everyday decor can work just as well with holiday decor. I took this vintage inspired print from Michaels and replaced the mirror that was in the frame and then I took the vintage Santa face a replaced the metal number.
I did want to change out the fall sign for something more light and chippy since I knew was bringing in winter greens. I went out to the shed and found this chippy window pane that was just the perfect size. As we all know that was not the only thing that I found out there though…these adorable snowshoes that Balsam Hill had last year we’re hanging right there too. I knew those would really give this space the ski lodge feel. I finished it off with layering in some chunky blankets, a cardigan and of course a basket filled with a Christmas tree. This space really tied in with the ski lodge tree and look of the living room.
Although I loved the ski lodge entryway, right before I headed out on an adventure I wanted to bring a little bit of an airy warm feeling to this space. I left the wall above the bench just like it was because honestly I love it. Plus that vintage chandelier and mercury garland really makes the Christmas decor pop. The few changes I made were adding in some neutral color throws and some fresh winter greens for that Christmas smell. I finished it off with a woven basket for a texture piece and a few stockings.
I hope these simple entryway looks will l help you create a cozy entryway of your own. Thank you for stopping by the blog today and everyday! Have a great holiday season, XOXO