Homeowners know that the focal point of your house in the front door. Decorating your front door for the different seasons can be so fun to do. Especially if you are a new home owner. Now just a quick “shout out” to the quality home builders: KB Homes in Tampa and across the country for their amazing and energy efficient homes.
Okay, so whether you have a nice porch for chairs or benches, or if you have a small walkway to your door; there are many creative ways you can decorate for Fall and Halloween time. Below we have several ways you can enhance your front entry way with some very attractive seasonal decor.
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1. Grand Leaf Garland
For a grand entrance to your home, try red leaf garland with gold and burnt orange fabric as your door frame. Highlight with a rustic can of wild fall flowers and a pumpkin or two.
2. Fall Door Craft
Hang the FALL letters on a “falling” angle from your front door using alternating orange and black and white polka dot ribbon. Then display some different colored pumpkins on the side. This is super cute.
3. Simple Abundance Front Door
Here is a cute door that really stands out. Edged in burlap with orange colored autumn floral vines and a cute acorn wreath in the center. On the left side of the door is a wooden chair with a pumpkin with dried flower pods.
4. Simple Leafy Monogram Door Display
Commemorate the fall season with a leafy door marker. Buy or make a papier-mâché letter and then paint it and allow it to dry. Then using a hot glue gun, attach silk or dried leaves to the letter in layers. When that is done, hot glue a wire look on the back of it for hanging on your door, or use magnets if you have a metal door.
5. Harvest Welcome
Natural elements can inspire the beautiful fall season on your front door decor. Use harvest fruit baskets stuffed with newspaper on the bottom and filled with apples, squash and gourds. Place items on hay bales. You can use corn stalks, vintage rakes, and Indian corn to add to your theme. Baskets of red or orange mums and scattered fall leaves can tie it altogether.
6. Cornstalk Door
The lighter colored cornstalks look incredible in front of a dark colored home. Add in a cute harvest shelf or wreath on the door with this little fence and gourds on a mini hay bale for a charming fall door.
7. Paper Lantern Front Entry
For an easy and inexpensive way to enhance your front door, use orange and gold colored round paper lanterns of various sizes. You can complete the symmetry with piles of pumpkins on the ground. To create that “awe” feeling, put a gigantic paper lantern right in the middle of your entry way.
8. Leafy Door
Decorating your door for fall can be as easy at attaching a stream of brightly colored leaves as if they are falling down your door.
9. Corn and Sunflower Door
This door combines stacks of cornstalks highlighted with sunflowers. The white painted portrait pumpkins are a cute addition as well as the little wooden crate and dark mauve flowers. The mini-pumpkin door swag ties it all together.
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10. Framed in Carved Pumpkins
For the ultimate in jack-o-lantern decor, there is a door completely framed in about 40 of them with varying faces and colors. Attached with fall leaves and black webbing weaved throughout, this is a masterpiece doorway.
11. The Bat Door
Along with a wreath and simple leaf garland, you can attach a swarm of bats flying across your door. Orange, black and white chevron pumpkins make this door look pretty snazzy.
12. Halloween Garland Door
Take your door from FUN to FUNTASTIC with this fun garland. Using black & white, orange and purple balls tied to a garland and highlighted with bows or orange lace, this epic doorway was created. Make a matching wreath for the door as well to complete this look.
13. Creepy Eyes Door
Try sticking various creepy googly-type eyes on your dark colored door and accent it with a black light fabric canopy above. Accent the black with some pumpkins placed around as well.
14. Classy Comfy Country Door
With burlap wreath and a black, white, and tan fabric woven garland, this door has class while the pumpkins, hay, and lantern add to its country feel.
15. Spider Door
If you want to go for more scary, try a spidery front door with webbing and fake spiders around a ginormous spider above. This door features a sad jack-o-lantern sitting on the step.
16. Cute and Simple Halloween Door
A simple way to make a smaller front door area is by using black and white colors with your pumpkins. Here is a fun dotted swag with a cute pumpkin back and white wreath. The mums and pumpkins on the porch help to accent the dark colors.
17. Black and White Yarn Wreath
This simple yet striking Halloween wreath is made by wrapping yarn around a foam circle found at your craft store. Then add orange flowers or make some with strips of felt tied together in the middle and fanned out.
18. Cute Witch and Spider Door
For a spidery door that isn’t too scary, here is a fun idea. The cute witch feet coming out from the wreath is adorable with the matching orange and yellow frame.
19. Dead and Breakfast Door
Welcome to the Dead and Breakfast! Here is a tutorial of how to make this cute door decor for your home. Then you can just wait for your guests to arrive!