Front door and window design want to show off your love of antiques? Hang a vintage camera from your front door and fill with flowers and other greenery. Add small cuts of ribbon for extra charm.
Is there anything prettier than a big bouquet of lavender? Visitors and passerby will be instantly taken with your home as they walk by this beautiful display. (This one features faux lavender, but if you're making your own, you can sub in dried lavender, too.)
These Thanksgiving-inspired wooden tags can be personalized with any greeting. Try "Welcome Home" or "Come On In" if you'd prefer to hang them on your door throughout the year.
Fill a galvanized bucket with faux or fresh pink and white tulips for a classic, country-cottage look. Twirl an old garden hose into a bunch of circles, adorn with some garden gloves, flowers, and ribbon, and you've got yourself door decor fit for an avid gardener.
Install a metal grommet (grommet kit, $8; homedepot.com) on the back of each rain boot. Loop a piece of burlap ribbon through grommets. Place a 3-inch-wide cylindrical vase in both boot heels; stabilize with tissue paper if needed. Fill vase with water and seasonal blooms. (We used a mix of hydrangeas and daisies.) Tie ends of ribbon together and hang on a nail of front door and window design.
John Gidding shares front door design ideas to give a home's curb appeal a refreshed look. From painting to staining and every color in between, find a new look for your front door.
There are two spaces within theÂ home that are incredibly easy to decorate, can changeÂ with the seasons, and make a huge impact. The first space is your mantel (click here to find out how to decorate a mantel) and the second space is your front door! While everyone appreciates a pretty wreath on the front door, sometimes you want to go beyond the wreath and decorate that door with something fresh and unique. Today I'm sharing 36 creative front door decor ideas that are NOT a wreath.
These next door decor ideas are perfectÂ for spring! Collect your kids' old rain boots, an umbrella, or a watering can along with faux flowers and ribbon. Place your faux flowers inside your container and secure a ribbon as an embellishment or hanger. Hang your door decor using a wreath hanger or command strips.
Monograms are a fun way of paying homage to your family name! Giant letter monograms have been on trend for at least the last five years, and I still love the way they look. To make your own, you can either purchase an oversized letter from a craft store or you can cut one outÂ using a pattern, piece of hardboard (or even foam board), and a jigsaw. Cover your letter with whatever creative medium you have on handâ€”moss, twine, fabric, buttons, sea glass, shells, or paint. I love Teal & Lime's DIY Marquee letter (number 3) below. Click on the numbered links below each picture to be taken to the original source patio door replacement
Painting the interior of a patio door replacement, tray, frame, or cupboard door with chalkboard paint makes a unique and functional door decor sign. Fill your chalkboard withÂ an inspiring quote, welcome message, monogram, or your house numbers. I love this idea because you can change up your sign frequently to fit the season or your mood. I have a fiend who writes.
Flower door baskets look absolutely gorgeous when filled with fresh flowers and foliage! Faux flowers are of course more practical but can tricky to work with to achieve a realistic look. If you decide to use faux flowers, consider using faux flowering branchesÂ which tend to look more realistic.