It is time to deck not just the halls, but also the front doorway. Personally, I’m lucky if I find the time to rustle up a Christmas wreath, but I really like to walk around my neighborhood admiring my more ambitious neighbors’ holiday decor.
Can you go all Clark Griswold and color the whole house with lighting? Can you make your own wreaths and garlands? Have you got a favorite fat Santa or friendly reindeer who greets your holiday guests? Is your local association persnickety about whether you may use colored lights?
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Lowe’s Home Improvement
A bright red door means you are halfway there without any decorations. This one utilizes a star in lieu of a wreath, while a long swag and lighted potted trees frame the doorway.
Allison Ramsey Architects
If you have a front porch, would you spread the greenery along it as well?
This conventional entry has holiday curb appeal round the front entrance.
Should you need some inspiration to begin, check out 10 Easy Decorating Ideas for a Festive Entryway. If you currently have a scheme in mind but are not sure how to execute it, do not skip a Contractor’s Keys to Hanging Holiday Decor.
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