3 Tips for Your Fall Front Door Display
Transform colorful fall elements -- gourds, flowers, and baskets -- into a pretty fall front door display. Our three no-fail tips will make your outdoor decorations the neighborhood standout.
Do you want to create a warm and inviting entryway for your guests this holiday season? Well, I'm going to show you three easy ways to add personal style. Bring the gorgeous colors of the season to the entryway with a mix of flowers, leafy branches, pumpkins, gourds, and mums. To make the most of your front door, use a large natural wreath. Then add some dried hydrangea and finish it off with a bow. Very the heights of your natural elements,, draw your eye to your entry way. Here I created pedestals using galvanized metal pails, bushel baskets, and barrels. I used hydrangeas, but you can add interest with branches, twigs, or decorative grasses. As well. Think outside the box about symmetry. Choose smaller pumpkins on one side of the door balances the large pumpkin on the other side. Put some moss and colorful gourds in an apple basket for a casual cornucopia. This beautiful cascading effect is balanced by the larger pumpkin and gourds on the opposite side of the entryway. You can't go wrong with pumpkins, gourds, and fall flowers. And remember, you have to have fun while you're creating it.
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