Guest Picks: Items To Beautify Your Front Door
This door knocker is simple and classic, and the perfect way to set the tone for a home with class! I love the shape and the finish. It's like a little piece of bling for your door.
Let's get personal! Everyone needs a little monogram in their lives and this mat fills that need. I love the large scale of it. It grounds the front door and, in a way, you're marking your territory by putting your initials front and foremost.
Add a little industrial charm to your entry with this sconce. This is perfect for an urban setting, maybe contrasted with some concrete. I love the curved arm.
Add a pop of color to your front entrance! Use this chair as decoration to hold a potted plant or flowers. It'll definitely been seen from the street!
Pink — how cute! If I lived by myself or with only girls these pink house numbers would surely be displaying my address loud and proud.
Here's a gorgeous way to display those house numbers! This is sleek, chic and contemporary.
Why settle for a boring, old mailbox when you could hang this outside your door? I love this box. It adds a nice contemporary flair. What a treat for your postal worker!
Welcome your guests with a little whimsical flair and color. I've been searching for some kind of decorative iron artwork to hang outside my front door and I think this will be perfect!
Sleek and modern, this is the perfect plant stand to hold your succulent at your front door. I'm loving the chrome finish and the height.
I've always been a sucker for a basket weave and wicker. I love this planter because of the pattern. It's made out of plastic so it's perfect to keep outside.
Light up your entrance and create a soft glow with these lanterns. It's a classic touch and adds a warm inviting glow for your guests.
These candle holders are big, bold and bright. I love these. Their shape and stature provide a bold statement, and by adding a little greenery around their bases with some potted plants, you don't need much more decor for your entry.
I love this wrought iron garden stake because it's not only decorative, it adds a little light to your front yard too. Place a couple of these in the gardens along the path to your front door and create a warm and inviting environment for your guests.
I'm turning my home into a tropical oasis and these pineapple hurricanes are a must for my front entry! Even though they are kind of "theme-y," I still love their shape and color.
Pet the poodle! I have a thing for poodles and if I actually had one as a pet, this would be hanging on my front door. How cute!
Adding a water feature to your entrance is always a nice way to bring in some movement and life to your home. The sound of running water is soothing and creates a comforting atmosphere.
These classic plant urns are a great way to add some greenery and shape to your front door. Put two on either side of your front door for a classic, symmetrical look.
These finial urns will add some shape to your front entrance. They remind me of chess pieces. Place next to some potted plants and, voila, you've got yourself a nicely-decorated front entrance!
Add a little life and greenery to your front door with this spring boxwood wreath with burlap ribbon. It's clean, fresh and adds a bright pop of green.
Here's a little more personalization for your home, which I love. How simple and sweet is this letter plate to decorate your wreath hanger?
What a hoot! How cute would this little guy be sitting in one of your potted plants near your front door? He adds a special little touch.
Display your initial in a loud and proud way with this house flag. The black and white color scheme and scroll design add a classic twist.
Light up the front of your house with these tropical sconces. Perfect for any warm-climate or vacation home.Next: 7 Ways to Make the Front Entry Matter Again