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New Year’s Eve Front Door Decorating

Happy New Year! Champagne toasts, confetti and party hats are in order. Greet guests with a glam front door update that won’t fade at the stroke of midnight. Here are a few quick tips, tricks and ideas.

woman putting presents by wooden sleigh with red plaid ribbon and evergreens to create a Country Christmas porch

Traditional Christmas Front Door Decorating

Christmas time is here. The wonderful thing about Christmas, and any holiday, is that you can interpret it using your own style. But today we’re keeping it traditional using classic reds and patterns. It’s a timeless look you can bring back year after year.

DIY St. Patrick’s Day Deco Mesh Garland

Create an easy deco mesh front door garland for St. Patrick’s Day! Just a few minutes and a couple supplies will have you seeing green every time you open your front door. Try this simple DIY today!

Irish Blessing sign by a Leprechaun's hat and 4 leaf clovers to create a St. Patrick's Day front porch

5 St. Patrick’s Day Front Door Decorations

Are you ready to shamrock the front door? We’ve put together 5 favorite St. Patrick’s Day decorating tips and ideas. From easy DIYs to clever money-saving hacks, you won’t need luck to make the neighbors green with envy this St. Patrick’s Day.

Gone Camping DIY Front Door Sign

Think Outside the Wreath – 4 Seasons

Winter, spring, summer and fall. Four seasons of natural beauty offer lots of decorating opportunities. It’s easy to get stuck doing the same thing year after year. Today, let’s try a new approach to seasonal wreaths. Who knows…maybe you’ll throw out the wreath for good!

12 Months of Wreaths

Are you too busy for a monthly front door makeover? Simplify your life and change the wreath. Month after month, life flies by-celebrate every new calendar page with 12 months of wreaths!

woman using a credit card to assure a smooth edge to privacy film

Privacy Film for A Front Door

Glass in a front door can be a double-edged sword. It adds visual interest and diffuses light. But it also lets people see inside. Good news. You don’t have to change your door for more privacy. There’s an easy solution!

woman holding canvas of all rainbow colors

Color Theory for Choosing Paint

The world is a rainbow of hues, shades and tints. Color is everywhere.So how do you choose the right paint color for a front door? Understanding more about color can set you on the right path. And remember, it’s just paint. You can always change it. So what do you have to lose? Be brave, be bold and set your colorful side free!