Autumn Door Decor

I haven’t quite finished the front porch–still working on it.  I need another trip to the patch!

Here’s what our front door and porch looked like last year…..

This year I have a fun orange berry wreath and the pine cone garland.  The garland is very easy to make—just be sure to have lots of time.  Using hemp twine and wire just keep adding pine cones and any other nature elements until you have a garland as long as you need.  I made two garlands—and put them together to cover the whole front door.

For the back screened door there’s wheat in a fun vintage basket.  I love this basket because it has a small metal box/container inside.  In the summer I can actually PLANT flowers inside.  For the screen door it has to be something sturdy—it gets opened and closed hundreds of times a day. {And, yes, it is an old fashioned wooden screened door that WHACKS!  If a screen door doesn’t whack when it closes—no, thank you.}

Have you done anything fun to your doors for autumn?  I’m so excited—autumn weather is finally headed our way!  This weekend it is supposed to only get into the 60’s….and at night into the 40’s!  Woohoo!  I can’t wait! {The books just might be coming outa the fireplace!}

Looking forward to the weekend~

 

 

 

 

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12 thoughts on “Autumn Door Decor

  1. I love the total look of your front door. Doors should look gorge ours, for they serve as a welcome entrance to your visitors.. I like the motto too; “Home is where your story begins” , very inspirational.

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