11 Ways to Decorate Your Front Porch or Entryway

Greet guests and add curb appeal to your home by adding fresh color and unique style to your front entry.


Geranium Love

This Italian-villa inspired entry uses a variety of old and new containers to hold red geraniums, rosemary and topiary evergreens. Ciao Bella!
Garderner’s Supply Company 

Farmer’s Market Style

A front entry is a great place for a small garden. This trough full of herbs and flowers greets guests with color and wonderful smells.
Joanne Palmisano

Upcycle Bicycle Wheel Turned Dream Catcher

This dream catcher was made from an old bicycle rim, a vintage doily, ribbons and strips of fabric. A brightly painted chair makes for a welcoming spot to sit and daydream.
Susan Teare

Toy Story

Use vintage toys, wagons and sleds as planters, table bases, footstools or just unique conversation pieces. Here, this old tricycle was paired with a soda crate to make a charming display of succulents.

Incorporate the Unexpected

Vintage suitcases make great end tables and decorative storage, but you wouldn’t necessarily expect to see a stack next to the front door. Add a little whimsy – like a cute gnome – and some colorful flowers to make your guests smile.

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