While Pinners are hunting for holiday decor ideas, there is space within the home that are incredibly easy to decorate, can change with the seasons, and make a huge impact. It is your front door!
6 Not Wreath Front Door Decor Ideas
While everyone appreciates a pretty wreath on the front door, sometimes you want to go beyond the wreath and decorate that door with something fresh and different. Today I’m sharing 6 Not Wreath front door decor ideas that are so inspiring!
1. Spring Door Decor
These door decor ideas are perfect for spring! Collect your kids’ old rain boots, an umbrella, or a watering can along with faux flowers and ribbon. To make it prettier, place your faux flowers inside your container, and secure a ribbon as an embellishment or hanger. Hang your door decor using a wreath hanger or command strips.
2. Letter Monogram Decor
Monograms are a fun way of paying homage to your family name! Giant letter monograms have been on trend for at least the last five years, and the mesmerizing look will never fade away. To make your own, you can either shop for an oversized letter from a craft store or you can cut one out using a pattern, a piece of hardboard. Then cover your letter with whatever creative medium you have on hand.
3. Chalkboard Door Decor
Painting the interior of a tray, frame, or cupboard door with chalkboard paint makes a fresh and unique, and functional door decor sign. Fill your chalkboard with an inspiring quote, welcome message, monogram, or your house numbers. Plus, you can easily change up your sign frequently to fit the season or your mood.
4. Flower Basket
Flower door baskets look absolutely marvelous when filled with fresh flowers and foliage! Faux flowers are of course more practical. However, faux flowers can be tricky to work with to achieve a realistic look. If you decide to use faux flowers, consider using faux flowering branches which tend to look more realistic.
Have an empty picture frame in the attic or basement? Why not decorate it and place it on the front door? It’s one of the easiest, versatile, and economical door decorating ideas. Empty frames can be embellished with craft supplies such as scrapbook paper, faux flowers, fabric flowers, or even dried flowers.
6. Wood Cut Outdoor Decor
This idea is a bit more out-of-the-box. A painted wooden cut out in the shape of a wiener dog, a giant flip-flop, or maybe a polka dot crab sound good. To make these door hangers you will need a pattern, a piece of hardboard, a jigsaw, and some paint.