15 Rustic Foyers Fit for Fall

Cozy color palettes, natural textures and woodsy details come together to create our favorite, rustic entryways for autumn.

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November 06, 2018

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Refined Retreat

Talk about breathtaking. In the foyer of this cozy yet spacious cabin, a sliding barn door and wood-paneled walls introduce visitors to the home's rustic ambiance from the moment they step inside. A narrow niche houses a built-in bench that creates the perfect perch to pull off your boots. Draperies dress the windows that flank the front door, while the panels draw to offer nighttime privacy. A wagon wheel-style chandelier adds sparkle while keeping with the cozy cabin feel.

Warm + Welcoming

This foyer boasts a beautiful mix of weathered wood, wrought iron and natural stone floors to create a warm welcome for fall guests. A wood plank coat hook by the door provides a handsome spot to hang scarves and other cold-weather necessities.

Antiques for Autumn

A galvanized bucket, petite pumpkins and antique ivory shutters make for an especially festive foyer. How charming is that vintage shelf, overflowing with red and orange leaves?!

Cozy Colors

Behold: The power of updating a space with a festive, seasonal color palette. Smoky gray, oatmeal and warm ivory hues mix for an elegant-meets-rustic entryway. The textured rug oozes warmth while the mini bench serves as an idyllic spot to stash wet-weather gear.

Festive Entry Display

Fresh, fall floral arrangements pair with speckled, green gourds and hand-painted signage to create a vignette that's fit for a farmhouse foyer. We’re especially smitten the cool contrast created between the glossy copper urn with the rustic, wooden vase.

Open Foyer With Arched Wooden Front Door

This open foyer blends country and Craftsman styles for a unique look. It includes a large wooden front door with curved top as well as rustic hardwood flooring and a rustic console table.

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Country-Style Foyer for Fall

This beautiful, country-style foyer features show-stopping vintage doors, dreamy planked walls and a framed print of a black cat. Purrrfect for the month of October, if you ask us. The hanging lantern ties the space together for that classic farmhouse feel.

Fall Friends + Lettered Signage

Go all out! Add woodsy touches to your fall decor with playful, rustic accents. Here, a cute carved squirrel complements an arrangement of Dusty Miller placed inside a burlap-wrapped vessel. Aged woods, burlap and chalkboard are adaptable materials that add rustic charm with a sophisticated touch.

Cotton-Clad Console

Rustic, yet refined. This soft green foyer is a fancier approach to farmhouse decor, pairing a sunburst mirror with heirloom pumpkins, gourds and cotton branches.

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Add Embroidered Art

A weathered, denim-blue cabinet creates the ultimate fall vignette in this farmhouse entryway. A pair of pear-shaped gourds stand guard at the base of the cabinet while antique books and galvanized details are displayed on top. Our favorite feature? The framed embroidery of the word harvest, above.

Understated Autumn Details

This sophisticated, shiplapped farmhouse entry is an example of a more muted, modern approach to celebrating autumn. Warm, neutral browns and creamy whites are used to furnish the home, while the antler detail and wood-planked ceilings feel fitting for fall.

Festive With Feathers

Warm cognac and copper hues instantly add evoke autumn in this rustic foyer. Skip fall florals and opt for an opulent, feather arrangement, instead. We love it because you’ll be able to recreate it, year-after-year and the pairing of textured feathers and the glossy, ribbon-tied magnolia wreath is sure to turn heads.

Rustic + Industrial

Distressed wood, galvanized pipe railing and dried wheat arrangements yield an incredibly unique, industrial-meets-rustic entryway. The bare branch wreath adds a homey touch to the space, while also appearing effortlessly cool against the chalkboard wall.

Elegant Antler Details

Double doors swing back to reveal this foyer which takes rustic style in a graceful direction. Antlers accessorize a black, metal-and-glass lantern for a homey feel. The ceilings are exposed wood slats and the chandelier and sconce feature single antlers painted black.

Elevated Farmhouse Entryway

This elevated farmhouse foyer appears fresh and glamorous with white-washed shiplap and tons of natural light. A vintage credenza displays an array of antique finds, while a blanket-draped accent chair offers an immediate sense of coziness as guests cross the threshold. An oversized abstract painting features deep browns, cream and a muted orange hue that gives the foyer an understated, autumnal aesthetic.

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