Guest Picks: Front Door Charm
Bay leaves have a nice modern shape, and their fresh green color would make a statement on a front door.
This is gorgeous in every way. I’m not sure what temperatures these succulents can survive, but if you live in a mild climate, this would be stunning on the front door.
I like a wreath like this for Christmas because the color scheme can last through to January and February.
The polka dotted flower makes this simple wreath chic.
For spring, this is perfect. I love the combination of flowers and greenery. It’s a nice, full, flowery wreath that would command attention.
I love the texture these skinny leaves add to this wreath. It’s a bit shaggy and wild, in a naturally beautiful way.
This is a chunky wreath full of all sorts of interesting natural objects. I like its dimension and depth.
Holiday fruits give this a pop of color. It’s a substantial wreath for a large door.
Instead of a traditional wreath, try a hanging letter like this one.
Want something other than the usual round wreath? This square beauty fits the bill.
I can imagine getting a whiff of lavender every time I walk up to a front door with this wreath. I love its classic look.
This charming door knocker lends a fairy-tale-like feel to any entrance. It brings to mind Alice’s white rabbit.
For the clever among us, this Sly Fox knocker would add a ton of character and fun to a front door.
I think my kids would love this giraffe door knocker. It's unique and graceful.
A pineapple is always classic and inviting.
This is a whimsical, and at the same time classic, bit of character to add to your entrance.
If I lived near the ocean, I’d choose this knocker for its simplicity and elegance.
On a red door, this knocker would really pop.
If you are looking for something you can just hang up and not worry about again, this is a great option. Artificial boxwood looks good year-round.
If wreaths aren’t your thing, this “Welcome” banner is fun and colorful.Next: Hamster Wheel Garden Wreath