Add a bold, graphic element to your porch with this outdoor pillow. I like that it's pretty enough to use inside but durable enough to resist fading, staining and precipitation. There's also an option to upgrade to a faux-down fill if you want a softer pillow.
I love that this stool has so many functions — besides adding instant color to your front door. Use it as a pedestal for planted flowers, a small table between two chairs or a little seat.
If you're lucky enough to have mail delivered right to your front door, I love the simplicity of this mailbox. I might even use it inside as a drop-off point for mail and keys.
This slate address plaque is small enough to center on your front door or to spruce up your mailbox. I like its earthy feel.
Even if you can't keep blooms alive, you can add some fun color by using one (or a pair) of these beside your door. They're even pretty enough to pull indoors for accent tables or extra seating.
This unique doormat is made by an Etsy seller who specializes in rope creations. It'll add a nautical touch to your front door, and it is a great conversation piece.
House numbers are an easy way to add charm to your front door or porch posts. I love the traditional font of these numbers, and they come in three different finishes.
Add style and stay green at the same time by installing this outdoor LED pendant light. It's simple and transitional enough to work with lots of different styles.
If you don't have a green thumb, a pair of these acorn finial statues may be the perfect thing to flank your front door. At 24 inches tall, they would make a statement, and I love their weathered finish.
If you're afraid to commit to painting your entire door, this dark red door knocker might do the trick instead. It's oozing with vintage charm.