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How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

If you’re having friends and family over at Christmas time you really want you home to warm feel inviting. I’m planning a small Christmas party at my studio and it’s going to be a hard task to make it cosy and welcoming. The space is beautiful, but those big windows let in a cold draught.

I want to make it warm and welcoming so I’m using the entrance as this is going to be the first thing everyone gets to see! I don’t have a lot of spare time for making this happen, but focusing on this area will hopefully get everyone in the mood from the moment they step through the doors.

It’s a busy time for us all so you might feel overwhelmed by all the decorating. Here are some simple ideas I’ve used to give my guests a warm welcome that you can easily try in your own home.

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

First impressions are everything and that counts for all the senses. Lighting scented candles in the entrance to your home will subtly help your guests feel at home straight away. It especially helps when they come as cute !

I love picking out sweet, spicy scents at this time of year. Basically anything that reminds me of something mulling.. anything mulling!

After coming in from the cold nothing is more inviting that lush, green plants. It reminds us of warmer times. I love to add eucalyptus branches to just about everything. I’ve added some to the wall around just by taping the branches to the wall. It also makes a great filler as an accent piece and if all else fails, find a basket and fill it up.

And of course no Christmas party is complete without a . Inside or out this boxwood light up wreath makes our hearts sing all the Christmas songs!

Ideally you want to keep the lighting soft and inviting. Fairy lights are the universal sign for Christmas and well, are expected for any festive party. The more the better! I love that just seem to twinkle anywhere you place them but it’s also nice to have warmer lights add more of a glow, especially when they come in these .

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

After heading out into the cold in order to travel to your party, make it immediately worth their while with a warm mulled wine the second they get in the door. I know this is all I need! In fact, I just went to a friends party in which she kept mulled wine warm in her slow cooker to serve as we arrived. Definitely the best winter welcome to a party.

Keep the wine warm in these copper . You can even create a mulled wine station and let you guests add fruit and spices to their own drinks!

This post was written in collaboration with West Elm. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Fall For DIY

Beautiful! I love the eucalyptus around the mirror. What a neat way to add greenery. Definitely need to get some of those copper mugs, too! They are fabulous. Thanks for the inspiration!

Thank you Megan! The copper mugs are my favourite too :)

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

So gorgeous. The mirror is dreamy! x

Thanks for these great tips! This beautiful set up is really inspiring.

Wow nice tips !! thanks for sharing

Your picture are really beautiful! i love your DIY with the mirror! I have to make it!

Hi! Love the mirror!! How many eucalyptus branches did you use and where do you get them? Thank you!

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

your home entrance warm and welcoming with these beautiful DIY Eucalyptus framed mirrors. Read here the full

Die schönste Form von Deko ist für mich, wenn ein Nutzgegenstand so hübsch gestaltet ist, das gar keine zusätzliche Dekoration mehr notwendig ist. Diese Spiegel-Verschönerung von Francesca vom Blog Fall For DIY ist zwar eigentlich in der Weihnachtszeit entstanden, ich finde aber, dass ihr Spiegel das ganze Jahr so aussehen darf. Die Idee ist so einfach & schlicht, aber trotzdem sehr effektiv, findet ihr nicht auch? Den Beitrag dazu findet ihr hier.

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How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

If you’re having friends and family over at Christmas time you really want you home to warm feel inviting. I’m planning a small Christmas party at my studio and it’s going to be a hard task to make it cosy and welcoming. The space is beautiful, but those big windows let in a cold draught.

I want to make it warm and welcoming so I’m using the entrance as this is going to be the first thing everyone gets to see! I don’t have a lot of spare time for making this happen, but focusing on this area will hopefully get everyone in the mood from the moment they step through the doors.

It’s a busy time for us all so you might feel overwhelmed by all the decorating. Here are some simple ideas I’ve used to give my guests a warm welcome that you can easily try in your own home.

First impressions are everything and that counts for all the senses. Lighting scented candles in the entrance to your home will subtly help your guests feel at home straight away. It especially helps when they come as cute !

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

I love picking out sweet, spicy scents at this time of year. Basically anything that reminds me of something mulling.. anything mulling!

After coming in from the cold nothing is more inviting that lush, green plants. It reminds us of warmer times. I love to add eucalyptus branches to just about everything. I’ve added some to the wall around just by taping the branches to the wall. It also makes a great filler as an accent piece and if all else fails, find a basket and fill it up.

And of course no Christmas party is complete without a . Inside or out this boxwood light up wreath makes our hearts sing all the Christmas songs!

Ideally you want to keep the lighting soft and inviting. Fairy lights are the universal sign for Christmas and well, are expected for any festive party. The more the better! I love that just seem to twinkle anywhere you place them but it’s also nice to have warmer lights add more of a glow, especially when they come in these .

After heading out into the cold in order to travel to your party, make it immediately worth their while with a warm mulled wine the second they get in the door. I know this is all I need! In fact, I just went to a friends party in which she kept mulled wine warm in her slow cooker to serve as we arrived. Definitely the best winter welcome to a party.

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

Keep the wine warm in these copper . You can even create a mulled wine station and let you guests add fruit and spices to their own drinks!

This post was written in collaboration with West Elm. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Fall For DIY

Beautiful! I love the eucalyptus around the mirror. What a neat way to add greenery. Definitely need to get some of those copper mugs, too! They are fabulous. Thanks for the inspiration!

Thank you Megan! The copper mugs are my favourite too :)

So gorgeous. The mirror is dreamy! x

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

Thanks for these great tips! This beautiful set up is really inspiring.

Wow nice tips !! thanks for sharing

Your picture are really beautiful! i love your DIY with the mirror! I have to make it!

Hi! Love the mirror!! How many eucalyptus branches did you use and where do you get them? Thank you!

your home entrance warm and welcoming with these beautiful DIY Eucalyptus framed mirrors. Read here the full

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

Die schönste Form von Deko ist für mich, wenn ein Nutzgegenstand so hübsch gestaltet ist, das gar keine zusätzliche Dekoration mehr notwendig ist. Diese Spiegel-Verschönerung von Francesca vom Blog Fall For DIY ist zwar eigentlich in der Weihnachtszeit entstanden, ich finde aber, dass ihr Spiegel das ganze Jahr so aussehen darf. Die Idee ist so einfach & schlicht, aber trotzdem sehr effektiv, findet ihr nicht auch? Den Beitrag dazu findet ihr hier.

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How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

If you’re having friends and family over at Christmas time you really want you home to warm feel inviting. I’m planning a small Christmas party at my studio and it’s going to be a hard task to make it cosy and welcoming. The space is beautiful, but those big windows let in a cold draught.

I want to make it warm and welcoming so I’m using the entrance as this is going to be the first thing everyone gets to see! I don’t have a lot of spare time for making this happen, but focusing on this area will hopefully get everyone in the mood from the moment they step through the doors.

It’s a busy time for us all so you might feel overwhelmed by all the decorating. Here are some simple ideas I’ve used to give my guests a warm welcome that you can easily try in your own home.

First impressions are everything and that counts for all the senses. Lighting scented candles in the entrance to your home will subtly help your guests feel at home straight away. It especially helps when they come as cute !

I love picking out sweet, spicy scents at this time of year. Basically anything that reminds me of something mulling.. anything mulling!

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

After coming in from the cold nothing is more inviting that lush, green plants. It reminds us of warmer times. I love to add eucalyptus branches to just about everything. I’ve added some to the wall around just by taping the branches to the wall. It also makes a great filler as an accent piece and if all else fails, find a basket and fill it up.

And of course no Christmas party is complete without a . Inside or out this boxwood light up wreath makes our hearts sing all the Christmas songs!

Ideally you want to keep the lighting soft and inviting. Fairy lights are the universal sign for Christmas and well, are expected for any festive party. The more the better! I love that just seem to twinkle anywhere you place them but it’s also nice to have warmer lights add more of a glow, especially when they come in these .

After heading out into the cold in order to travel to your party, make it immediately worth their while with a warm mulled wine the second they get in the door. I know this is all I need! In fact, I just went to a friends party in which she kept mulled wine warm in her slow cooker to serve as we arrived. Definitely the best winter welcome to a party.

Keep the wine warm in these copper . You can even create a mulled wine station and let you guests add fruit and spices to their own drinks!

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

This post was written in collaboration with West Elm. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Fall For DIY

Beautiful! I love the eucalyptus around the mirror. What a neat way to add greenery. Definitely need to get some of those copper mugs, too! They are fabulous. Thanks for the inspiration!

Thank you Megan! The copper mugs are my favourite too :)

So gorgeous. The mirror is dreamy! x

Thanks for these great tips! This beautiful set up is really inspiring.

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

Wow nice tips !! thanks for sharing

Your picture are really beautiful! i love your DIY with the mirror! I have to make it!

Hi! Love the mirror!! How many eucalyptus branches did you use and where do you get them? Thank you!

your home entrance warm and welcoming with these beautiful DIY Eucalyptus framed mirrors. Read here the full

Die schönste Form von Deko ist für mich, wenn ein Nutzgegenstand so hübsch gestaltet ist, das gar keine zusätzliche Dekoration mehr notwendig ist. Diese Spiegel-Verschönerung von Francesca vom Blog Fall For DIY ist zwar eigentlich in der Weihnachtszeit entstanden, ich finde aber, dass ihr Spiegel das ganze Jahr so aussehen darf. Die Idee ist so einfach & schlicht, aber trotzdem sehr effektiv, findet ihr nicht auch? Den Beitrag dazu findet ihr hier.

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

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How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

If you’re having friends and family over at Christmas time you really want you home to warm feel inviting. I’m planning a small Christmas party at my studio and it’s going to be a hard task to make it cosy and welcoming. The space is beautiful, but those big windows let in a cold draught.

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

I want to make it warm and welcoming so I’m using the entrance as this is going to be the first thing everyone gets to see! I don’t have a lot of spare time for making this happen, but focusing on this area will hopefully get everyone in the mood from the moment they step through the doors.

It’s a busy time for us all so you might feel overwhelmed by all the decorating. Here are some simple ideas I’ve used to give my guests a warm welcome that you can easily try in your own home.

First impressions are everything and that counts for all the senses. Lighting scented candles in the entrance to your home will subtly help your guests feel at home straight away. It especially helps when they come as cute !

I love picking out sweet, spicy scents at this time of year. Basically anything that reminds me of something mulling.. anything mulling!

After coming in from the cold nothing is more inviting that lush, green plants. It reminds us of warmer times. I love to add eucalyptus branches to just about everything. I’ve added some to the wall around just by taping the branches to the wall. It also makes a great filler as an accent piece and if all else fails, find a basket and fill it up.

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

And of course no Christmas party is complete without a . Inside or out this boxwood light up wreath makes our hearts sing all the Christmas songs!

Ideally you want to keep the lighting soft and inviting. Fairy lights are the universal sign for Christmas and well, are expected for any festive party. The more the better! I love that just seem to twinkle anywhere you place them but it’s also nice to have warmer lights add more of a glow, especially when they come in these .

After heading out into the cold in order to travel to your party, make it immediately worth their while with a warm mulled wine the second they get in the door. I know this is all I need! In fact, I just went to a friends party in which she kept mulled wine warm in her slow cooker to serve as we arrived. Definitely the best winter welcome to a party.

Keep the wine warm in these copper . You can even create a mulled wine station and let you guests add fruit and spices to their own drinks!

This post was written in collaboration with West Elm. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Fall For DIY

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

Beautiful! I love the eucalyptus around the mirror. What a neat way to add greenery. Definitely need to get some of those copper mugs, too! They are fabulous. Thanks for the inspiration!

Thank you Megan! The copper mugs are my favourite too :)

So gorgeous. The mirror is dreamy! x

Thanks for these great tips! This beautiful set up is really inspiring.

Wow nice tips !! thanks for sharing

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

Your picture are really beautiful! i love your DIY with the mirror! I have to make it!

Hi! Love the mirror!! How many eucalyptus branches did you use and where do you get them? Thank you!

your home entrance warm and welcoming with these beautiful DIY Eucalyptus framed mirrors. Read here the full

Die schönste Form von Deko ist für mich, wenn ein Nutzgegenstand so hübsch gestaltet ist, das gar keine zusätzliche Dekoration mehr notwendig ist. Diese Spiegel-Verschönerung von Francesca vom Blog Fall For DIY ist zwar eigentlich in der Weihnachtszeit entstanden, ich finde aber, dass ihr Spiegel das ganze Jahr so aussehen darf. Die Idee ist so einfach & schlicht, aber trotzdem sehr effektiv, findet ihr nicht auch? Den Beitrag dazu findet ihr hier.

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How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

If you’re having friends and family over at Christmas time you really want you home to warm feel inviting. I’m planning a small Christmas party at my studio and it’s going to be a hard task to make it cosy and welcoming. The space is beautiful, but those big windows let in a cold draught.

I want to make it warm and welcoming so I’m using the entrance as this is going to be the first thing everyone gets to see! I don’t have a lot of spare time for making this happen, but focusing on this area will hopefully get everyone in the mood from the moment they step through the doors.

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

It’s a busy time for us all so you might feel overwhelmed by all the decorating. Here are some simple ideas I’ve used to give my guests a warm welcome that you can easily try in your own home.

First impressions are everything and that counts for all the senses. Lighting scented candles in the entrance to your home will subtly help your guests feel at home straight away. It especially helps when they come as cute !

I love picking out sweet, spicy scents at this time of year. Basically anything that reminds me of something mulling.. anything mulling!

After coming in from the cold nothing is more inviting that lush, green plants. It reminds us of warmer times. I love to add eucalyptus branches to just about everything. I’ve added some to the wall around just by taping the branches to the wall. It also makes a great filler as an accent piece and if all else fails, find a basket and fill it up.

And of course no Christmas party is complete without a . Inside or out this boxwood light up wreath makes our hearts sing all the Christmas songs!

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

Ideally you want to keep the lighting soft and inviting. Fairy lights are the universal sign for Christmas and well, are expected for any festive party. The more the better! I love that just seem to twinkle anywhere you place them but it’s also nice to have warmer lights add more of a glow, especially when they come in these .

After heading out into the cold in order to travel to your party, make it immediately worth their while with a warm mulled wine the second they get in the door. I know this is all I need! In fact, I just went to a friends party in which she kept mulled wine warm in her slow cooker to serve as we arrived. Definitely the best winter welcome to a party.

Keep the wine warm in these copper . You can even create a mulled wine station and let you guests add fruit and spices to their own drinks!

This post was written in collaboration with West Elm. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Fall For DIY

Beautiful! I love the eucalyptus around the mirror. What a neat way to add greenery. Definitely need to get some of those copper mugs, too! They are fabulous. Thanks for the inspiration!

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

Thank you Megan! The copper mugs are my favourite too :)

So gorgeous. The mirror is dreamy! x

Thanks for these great tips! This beautiful set up is really inspiring.

Wow nice tips !! thanks for sharing

Your picture are really beautiful! i love your DIY with the mirror! I have to make it!

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

Hi! Love the mirror!! How many eucalyptus branches did you use and where do you get them? Thank you!

your home entrance warm and welcoming with these beautiful DIY Eucalyptus framed mirrors. Read here the full

Die schönste Form von Deko ist für mich, wenn ein Nutzgegenstand so hübsch gestaltet ist, das gar keine zusätzliche Dekoration mehr notwendig ist. Diese Spiegel-Verschönerung von Francesca vom Blog Fall For DIY ist zwar eigentlich in der Weihnachtszeit entstanden, ich finde aber, dass ihr Spiegel das ganze Jahr so aussehen darf. Die Idee ist so einfach & schlicht, aber trotzdem sehr effektiv, findet ihr nicht auch? Den Beitrag dazu findet ihr hier.

ISTRIBUTE OR REPLICATE WITH ANY OTHER COMPANY BRANDING. PLEASE DO NOT COPY AND P

, ALL PROJECTS, PHOTOS AND LAYOUTS ARE PROPERTY OF FALL FOR DIY AND SHOULD BE CR

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How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

If you’re having friends and family over at Christmas time you really want you home to warm feel inviting. I’m planning a small Christmas party at my studio and it’s going to be a hard task to make it cosy and welcoming. The space is beautiful, but those big windows let in a cold draught.

I want to make it warm and welcoming so I’m using the entrance as this is going to be the first thing everyone gets to see! I don’t have a lot of spare time for making this happen, but focusing on this area will hopefully get everyone in the mood from the moment they step through the doors.

It’s a busy time for us all so you might feel overwhelmed by all the decorating. Here are some simple ideas I’ve used to give my guests a warm welcome that you can easily try in your own home.

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

First impressions are everything and that counts for all the senses. Lighting scented candles in the entrance to your home will subtly help your guests feel at home straight away. It especially helps when they come as cute !

I love picking out sweet, spicy scents at this time of year. Basically anything that reminds me of something mulling.. anything mulling!

After coming in from the cold nothing is more inviting that lush, green plants. It reminds us of warmer times. I love to add eucalyptus branches to just about everything. I’ve added some to the wall around just by taping the branches to the wall. It also makes a great filler as an accent piece and if all else fails, find a basket and fill it up.

And of course no Christmas party is complete without a . Inside or out this boxwood light up wreath makes our hearts sing all the Christmas songs!

Ideally you want to keep the lighting soft and inviting. Fairy lights are the universal sign for Christmas and well, are expected for any festive party. The more the better! I love that just seem to twinkle anywhere you place them but it’s also nice to have warmer lights add more of a glow, especially when they come in these .

How to Make an Entrance in your own Home

After heading out into the cold in order to travel to your party, make it immediately worth their while with a warm mulled wine the second they get in the door. I know this is all I need! In fact, I just went to a friends party in which she kept mulled wine warm in her slow cooker to serve as we arrived. Definitely the best winter welcome to a party.

Keep the wine warm in these copper . You can even create a mulled wine station and let you guests add fruit and spices to their own drinks!

This post was written in collaboration with West Elm. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Fall For DIY

Beautiful! I love the eucalyptus around the mirror. What a neat way to add greenery. Definitely need to get some of those copper mugs, too! They are fabulous. Thanks for the inspiration!

Thank you Megan! The copper mugs are my favourite too :)

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