Here’s how to make your entrance more welcoming with a few simple tips!
Now that Spring has arrived, it’s time to give our entrance a refresh. I don’t know about you but my front door looks pretty bare and neglected from the end of December until Spring. Once I know warm weather is here to stay and we won’t get another unexpected freeze, I hit my local Home Depot and pick up a few plants. Here’s how to make your entrance more welcoming with just a few inexpensive tips.
TIP 1: Pressure Wash
You may want to avoid this step but pressure washing makes a huge difference. Around the same time every Spring, we have an older gentleman come through our neighborhood to pressure wash the driveway and front stoop. Just doing this one thing increases your curb appeal. If your door is in need of a paint refresh, this is a great time to get that done.
TIP 2: Hang a Cute Wreath
I found this cute triangular wreath a while back from Target but it’s no longer available. I added a few more faux eucalyptus and orchid branches and a striped ribbon. I love the modern shape and I could see someone making a DIY version of this. If you want a modern wreath, I found this cute one available at Target.
TIP 3: Lay a Welcome Mat
Don’t forget to add a nice welcome mat. Here’s a similar option to the one I have. It’s both cute and functional as you wipe your dirty shoes before entering.
TIP 4: Add Plants!
Inexpensive ferns can last all summer as long you keep them hydrated. The hanging ferns are $10 at Home Depot and I just hang the hook on the planter behind the fern. I have black plastic urns that are super low maintenance. I also love the Rio Dipladenia because they flower all throughout the Spring and Summer and are the easiest to keep alive as long as you water them.
Well, that’s it! That was super easy and totally elevated our front door entrance. Thanks for reading, friends. You can see more behind the scenes and my reel on Instagram.
Let all that you do be done in Love. 1 Corinthians 16:14
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