A front door hung with garland and Holiday plaque, three trees in urns, red bells, and a red metal snowman.

Holiday Front Door Decorating

What makes holiday decorating so addicting? Maybe it’s the colors and themes, or the freedom to interpret and celebrate individually. Christmas to Halloween and every day in between, there’s a reason to decorate. Start with your front door.

woman on front porch celebrating with champagne and confetti blowing

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.

Robin holding a memorial day poppy

The History of Memorial Day Poppies

Every year as Memorial Day approaches veterans and volunteers appear outside stores selling bright red poppies with black centers. The American Legion designates the Friday before Memorial Day National Poppy Day. Did you know this tradition started because of a World War I poem?