Here’s a look at the door-before. My front door décor was much simpler over the summer:
For the fall, I decided my door could use some brighter colors. My red planters actually started off in a plain color. I picked them up at a yard sale for just a few dollars (and later found a receipt inside showing that they were originally $30 each at Michaels- score!). I was going to paint them a neutral color or ORB, but at the last minute decided to try something fun and paint them red.
I’m so happy that I did because I am in love with this red color (regal red by Rustoleum). Our home owner's association won't let us paint the front door (they all must be this dark greenish color), so I really like these pops of color.
I popped in some orange mums and I love how cheery the orange and red look together.
To add some more red to the décor, I added a cranberry wreath. I think the wreath looks nice along with the red planters, but I was a little hesitant to hang it because it looks a little Christmasy. What do you think?
Somehow, I misplaced my front door mat (I have no idea how, it’s a pretty strange thing to misplace) so I decided to try something fun for the welcome mat. Inspired by a chalk door mat I found on Pinterest (originally from Suitably Cool), I drew a welcome mat with sidewalk chalk! I thought this was such an easy way to try something fun and new.
So that’s my fall door, y’all! It makes me so happy to see the cheerful colors!