Fall is showing up in full color, and many are finding design inspiration in the warm hues and signature scents. Bringing seasonal spirit into the home begins with your entryway. Create an autumn entrance with striking floral arrangements and decorative pumpkins. If you need more inspiration, take a look at some of our favorite designs that celebrate the best of fall.

Design by The Fox Group.

Cara Fox of The Fox Group lights up her home’s facade with multi-colored gourds. Symmetrical wreaths and corn stocks add a subtle touch of autumn to the entryway.

Autumn Entryways
Photo and design by Marissa Pope

In Marissa Pope’s stately Salem home, guests are greeted by a delightful autumn display the moment they walk through the door. The striking wheat-sheaf table lends itself to the notion of fall, while anchoring the foyer. Pope dresses the table with berry-hued florals and marble statement pieces, including a classical statue planter. 

Autumn Entryways
Photo and design by Rebekah Westover

Festive gourds adorn photographer Rebekah Westover’s charming doorstep. Varying in size and color, Westover balances bright pops of orange with paler hues of off-white and sage. A subtle autumnal wreath hangs on the front door; featuring understated pumpkins that can be appropriately displayed all season long.

Autumn Entryways
Photo and design by Rebekah Westover

In a clever display of light, Westover thoughtfully places flickering candles to either side of the entryway. The added illumination draws the eye to the festive display underfoot while keeping with the spirit of Halloween. Westover also planted fuchsia mums in symmetrical terracotta pots. The fall-blooming flora will stay vibrant through October and add an organic charm to the entryway.

Photo and design by Rebekah Westover

A palette of soft pinks, greys and charcoals dresses Westover’s welcoming foyer. A zebra patterned throw rug adds an extra layer of texture to the display, while an autumnal flower arrangement anchors the room.

Autumn Entryways
Photo and design by Rebekah Westover

Westover uses books to display pumpkins and candles at various heights. Blush garden roses and crimson peonies are paried with leggy eucalyptus stems to create a wild yet delicate arrangement. 


Learn how to make your own fall floral arrangement here!