Christmas Entryway Welcome Home Tour

Hello everyone!   I’ve been a busy bee, and can’t wait to show you my Christmas entryway!

I don’t decorate my entire house for every season and holiday.  It’s just too much work, but I did want the entryway to look welcoming and festive.

The entryway remodel is almost finished, and it’s down to deciding what to do about the floor, but my husband built me a wall hutch that I couldn’t wait to decorate for the holidays.

It has 3 tall vertical shelves and 1 upper horizontal shelf.

Farmhouse Christmas Entryway KnickofTime.net

Directly above the hutch is pull-down stairs that leads to our attic.  We rarely go up there, but the hutch needed to be removable, so it hangs on keyhole hangers, rather than being attached to the wall.  I could also use it like a traditional hutch, by setting it on a counter or table.

On the top shelf, I’m displaying a few of my ironstone pitchers with greenery tucked between them.

Ironstone pitchers and greenery hutch decor - farmhouse entryway - KnickofTime.net

Red vintage books and an antique pair of glasses  make a reading vignette on one of the shelves.

Vintage decor in a farmhouse entryway

I have a growing collection of vintage measuring tin cups, which I hung above the center shelf. The adorable antique ice wagon toy was give to me from my father-in-law.

Farmhouse Christmas Mud Room decor - KnickofTime.net

My decorating theme this season is “simple farmhouse”, so I chose some very simple things, like a tarnished old kitchen grater, filled with greenery, and a little red gingham bow added to it.

(See more Simple farmhouse Christmas decor)

Farmhouse Christmas entryway with natural elements and vintage decor - KnickofTime.net

The three hooks came off a really old coat rack that was hanging in this room when we bought the house.

(See Entryway before and first mini makeover)

Vintage decor in a Christmas entryway - KnickofTime.net

There’s a very narrow section of wall next to the hutch, where I hung the red and white pallet shelf I just finished.

(See Pallet Wood Christmas Shelf Tutorial)

welcome home tour pallet wood Christmas shelf - KnickofTime.net

Hanging beneath it are a few handmade ornaments I finished this year.

(See Ornament Tutorials)

Farmhouse Christmas Ornaments at the Welcome Home Christmas Tour at KnickofTime - KnickofTime.net

watercolor barn handmade Christmas ornament at the Welcome Home for Christmas Tour at KnickofTime - KnickofTime.net

And beneath the shelf sits my little apple red chair with a bucket full of evergreen clippings

welcome home Christmas tour at Knick of Time

As you walk in our front door, the hutch is a focal point, so it will be fun to give the Christmas entryway a new the look once the holidays are over.  I’m already thinking of how I’ll decorate it with a winter theme in January! 🙂

Farmhouse Christmas Entryway KnickofTime.net

If you enjoyed my Christmas Entryway, browse all of my Christmas projects and printables here, and visit my Outdoor Summer Spaces Tour here.

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It was such fun to participate in the Welcome Home Christmas Tour, and was great motivation to pretty up my entryway for Christmas!

Welcome Home Christmas Tour

Click on the photos below to visit the  others in the Welcome Home Christmas Tour.

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Wednesday
Jen with A Girl in the Garage
Julie with Lilacs and Longhorns
Therese with Fresh Idea Studio
Sonya with At Home with the Barkers
Angie with Postcards from the Ridge
Anne with White Lace Cottage
Tuesday
Tammy One More Time Events
Meegan with What Meegan Makes
Pamela with From My Front Porch to Yours
Paula with Sweet Pea
KerryAnne with Shabby Art Boutique
Shanna with Restoration Redoux

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  1. Your hubby did a fantastic job on the wall hutch and you must be very pleased to have that extra bit of space to put things! I sooooo LOVE how you’ve styled your entryway, too…it looks crisp, clean, and jolly! Sometimes people go a bit overboard when they are decorating for Christmas, I think…but you’ve kept it simple and subtle and it’s an absolute knockout!

  2. Love your beautiful yet simple touches for the season. So beautiful and inviting! Yes, I totally understand not decorating for every season. The older I get the less I put out each year.

  3. This is very pretty, Angie…and a great way to use the space!

  4. mare williams says:

    Just loving your entranceway hutch, chair, and decorations!!!!!

  5. Cheri Hins says:

    How festive your shelf is. Love your pall t shelf colors. Merry Christmas

  6. Marlene Stephenson says:

    So lovely and lots to look at. If a ever came to visit you i know i would be there a long time just admiring all your great decorating. You have such i warm and lovely place and a great style.Thanks for sharing with me.

  7. fun to see the lunch box. my dad takes his lunch in one too work. Christmas is one holiday that I like to decorate every room.

  8. What a pretty and simple holiday treatment of your entryway, Angie. You really do have a gift for using ordinary, vintage things in a new and beautiful way. Thanks for the inspiration. Hope your Christmas is filled with Love and Merriment!

  9. You created such an inviting entryway! I loved looking at all of your fun details. Making this removable to access the attic was such a good idea.

  10. Beautiful and simple entry! I really love your farmhouse style touches that feel true to the period. I wish our farmhouse had a real entry space to decorate. You have inspired me to use some everyday items as holiday decor! Thanks for sharing!

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