7 Fall Front Entry Ideas You Can Keep Up All Season Long

 

 

Leafy Fall Wreath

Wreath made of fall leaves
HELEN NORMAN

Crafting a DIY fall wreath from artificial leaves and berries ensures that your fall door display lasts for years. For this leafy wreath, cover a foam wreath with Spanish moss. Alternate the leaf colors from burnt orange to autumn brown as you build the wreath in a circle. Fill in any gaps with faux or dried mums and grasses.

 

Potted Autumn Arrangement

Light green outdoor planter with plant variety
CAMERON SADEGHPOUR

An oversize tin planter is a perfect way to display your fall floral arrangements. A tone-on-tone stenciled design makes the outdoor decoration unique to you. This porch-ready planting includes purple fountain grass, flowering kale, coralbells, creeping Jenny, and marguerite daisies.

Ornamental Grass Wreath

Wreath on door made of grasses
ADAM ALBRIGHT

If warm autumn hues like red, orange, and yellow clash with your home's cool exterior, opt for grassy decorations that complement an earthy facade. To build this fall door wreath, wire bundles of ornamental grass and purple fountain grass seed heads to a wreath form, keeping the shape loose and imperfect.

 

Stenciled House Number Pumpkin

Outdoor décor with house number pumpkin and flowers
JAY WILDE

A printer, pen, permanent marker, and pumpkin complete this easy pumpkin idea. Print out your house numbers in an attractive font, then trace them onto your pumpkin with a ballpoint pen. Use a dark permanent marker to fill in the lines, then pop it in a porch nook with gourds and mums.

 

Mum's the Word

Fall table setting with wreath, marigolds

Create a modern farmhouse look by accenting an all-white home with pops of muted orange. Fill found items, like vintage milk canisters and stoneware crocks, with colorful mums and line them along your entryway. Finish the look with a fall wreath bursting with harvest blooms.

Easy DIY Chalkboard Sign

Chalkboard sign on door that says "Welcome, Fall"
CARSON DOWNING

A simple chalkboard sign can upgrade your front door with a little curbside customization. This inexpensive and easy craft just requires a small chalkboard, a little extra paint, and a pretty ribbon. Once you finish this DIY front entry decor, grab a piece of chalk and scribble your favorite fall-themed phrase or greeting.

 

DIY Fall Welcome Mat

Welcome mat with pumpkins and leaves
CARSON DOWNING

A hand-painted welcome mat can make your porch pop with seasonal spirit as soon as autumn weather hits. This DIY outdoor fall decor project uses pumpkin and leaf stencils—just trace your favorite fall shapes, and tape them against a plain coir doormat. Once the shapes are in place, use a foam brush to dab paint over the design. After the mat dries, scatter pumpkins around the porch to get the full fall effect.


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