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Spring Entryway Ideas with Vintage Style

Welcome guests to your home with these spring entryway ideas. It’s fun and easy to create a vignette on your console table using vintage spring decor items from around the house!

Console table with Spring entryway ideas including paint by numbers artwork, faux greenery and florals, and vintage and crafted decorative items such as wooden birds, spools of thread, old books and a chalkware bust

If you’re looking for spring decorating ideas, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve joined some blogger friends for the Celebrate Spring Blog Hop, hosted by the talented Leen from Sand Dollar Lane.

If you’re coming over from Our Crafty Mom, welcome! My friend Michelle is so creative. I’m sure you enjoyed her spring mantel!

Be sure to hop along and check out the rest of the inspiring home tours. There are links to all of them at the end of this post.

Spring Entry Table Decor

Several years ago, I gave our front entry a makeover. When we bought the house, it had a dark maroon accent wall that had to go. I painted it a calm light green (my favorite color), brought in an entryway table and added some artwork. It looked so much better!

At Christmas, I usually decorate the console table with a tabletop Christmas tree. For my spring entryway ideas I designed a vintage style console table vignette. Let me show you how I put it together!

Spring entryway ideas including a vintage suitcase filled with old books, faux flowers, a chalkware bust, wooden bead garland and a bird's nest

Vintage Spring Decor

There’s nothing like adding some vintage items to give your decor interest and personality! For the focal point of my vignette, I opened up a vintage suitcase and filled it with old, new and hand crafted items. Other vintage pieces include the old books, a chalkware bust, vintage spools of thread in a pink transferware bowl, and a small floral vase.

pink transferware bowl filled with vintage thread spools

DIY Spring Crafts and Decor

Make a bead garland with tassels to drape around a vase. I bought the raw wood beads through Amazon and painted them light brown. Then I made and attached jute tassels.

Spring entryway ideas including a green glass urn filled with dollar tree faux florals next to a chalkware bust atop a stack of old books with a wooden bead garland in a vintage suitcase

I made this Pottery Barn Inspired Textured Vase with a glass thrift store vase and some paint mixed with baking soda. It looks fabulous with faux ferns from Walmart!

thrift store glass vase painted beige to resemble a textured pottery vase

My stepfather whittled the wooden birds. They provide another hand crafted nod to spring!

pair of hand whittled wooden birds

Spring Wall Decor

I’ve always had a thing for vintage paint by numbers artwork. I’ve used them before in my Holiday Drink Station and Bedroom Reading Nook. I was thrilled when I found a set of three framed landscape pieces at an estate sale. This one makes me think of spring with the blooming pink flowers.

vintage paint by numbers landscape artwork featuring pink flowers in a garden with a water fountain

Other Spring Entryway Ideas

For a spring vignette, you can’t forget the flowers and greenery! I chose faux greens and florals as this area of the house doesn’t get much sun. Plus, it doesn’t require any upkeep 😉 The boxwood orb is from a tag sale and the white bouquet is from Dollar Tree.

Console table with Spring entryway ideas including faux greenery and florals, vintage and crafted decorative items such as a bird's nest, spools of thread, old books, a wood bead garland and a chalkware bust

I also added a real found bird’s nest with some faux eggs.

bird's nest with three faux blue speckled eggs

More Spring Decor Ideas

How to Decorate a Large Mantel for Spring

A Bird Themed Tablescape to Welcome Spring

How to Make a Faux Grass Spring Decor Box

How to Make an Easy Spring Hoop Macrame Wreath

A Gardening Themed Tablescape for Spring

Console table with Spring entryway ideas including paint by numbers artwork, faux greenery and florals, and vintage and crafted decorative items such as wooden birds, spools of thread, old books, a vintage suitcase and a chalkware bust

I hope this post gave you some spring entryway ideas that you can use in your own home!

Now it’s time to check out the rest of the lovely home tours. Next up is Amy from Amy Sadler Designs. She is sharing spring color palettes for your home decor. Enjoy!


Sand Dollar Lane  //  Postcards From The Ridge  //  Worthing Court  //  The Tattered Pew  //  Noting Grace

2 Bees in a Pod  //  DIY Beautify  //  Cottage in the Mitten  //  Southern Home and Hospitality

Sonya Burgess // Thistlekey Lane // Dabbling and Decorating // Aratari at Home

Songbird // Southern Crush Home // Simply 2 Moms // Our Crafty Mom

Zucchini Sisters // Amy Sadler Designs // Bluesky at Home // My Family Thyme

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  1. I really like this DIY spring decor. So beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing this article with us, Rebecca. Really like the idea of bird’s nest with some faux eggs

  2. I am lover of all things vintage, and that suitcase is perfect for Spring! That salmon color is to die for! And you styled everything so beautifully.

  3. Rebecca, using the vintage suitcase to hold a variety of spring accessories is a wonderful idea. It brings out a whimsical feel to your spring entry. The pops of green let you know it’s spring.

  4. Rebecca I absolutely love your entryway vignette and those birds that your stepfather whittled are such a special addition. There are so many things here that I love and am always inspired by how you use vintage items in your decor. So happy to be on the tour with you and wishing you a Happy Spring.

  5. Super cute spring display, Rebecca! I love your PBN garden landscape. It reminds me of the R Atkinson Fox paintings from the early 20thC. Happy Spring to you!

  6. So many pretty vintage items. What a treasure to have your stepfather’s whittled birds! The are perfect for spring! So nice touring with you this week!

  7. Rebecca, what a sweet welcome to your home! I love the eclectic mix of vintage goodies… the spools, the transferware, the tiny nest and those carved birds! And I love how you creatively tucked items into that little vintage suitcase! Happy Spring!

  8. Rebecca I love your spring entry and how colorful it is! You mix vintage so well and I absolutely love your paint by numbers! We are twins! Loved hopping with you!

  9. Rebecca, this little corner of your entryway is pulling at my heart strings! I love the sweet bowl of thread, the suitcase, the hand carved birds, and you have arranged it all so beautifully. Pinning!

  10. I think my favorite is the bowl full of spools of thread and of course the suitcase. So creative with your vintage touches. Adored it all. Happy hopping with you today and pinned!

  11. Yes, please to all things vintage! This is fabulous! I have that same little girl bust and wood beads, come to think of it, we have the exact same taste in decor! In other words, I love it all!! Thank you for sharing this inspiration!

  12. Rebecca your vignette is beautiful and creative. The whittled birds are a definite treasure! Your stepfather is so talented. We also love decorating with vintage suitcases and thread spools. It must be the nostalgia. Happy Spring!

  13. What a clever vignette, Rebecca! It looks so pretty and springy!
    I especially love the suitcase and vintage thread spools, great finds!
    I am so glad you are part of this tour 🙂

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