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    How To Dress Up Your Front Door For The Holiday Season

    The holiday season is here! As we say goodbye to Halloween and approach Thanksgiving and Christmas, get into the holiday spirit with a little decorating. Here are some quick and easy ways to dress up your doorway for the holiday season:

    Door Mat and Porch Rug

    A door mat is so important, because it enables visitors to clean off their shoes before they enter your home. Fortunately, there are tons of door mats out there with funny and sweet messages on them. Finish the look with a cute porch rug underneath.

    Potted Plants and Displays

    Potted flowers and shrubs are a great way to add life to your doorway, year-round! To complete the Fall look, add some pumpkins to your usual front door display.


    This is the season for wreaths! Get yourself a wreath that incorporates the colors of Fall, like the one below. Around Christmas, switch it out for a wintery, evergreen wreath to reflect the change of season.



    Soft, twinkling light feels warm and inviting, which is exactly how you want the entrance of your home to feel as the weather gets colder. Christmas lights, of course, do the trick, but so do floor lanterns and candles as pictured here:

    Welcome Sign

    Nothing says “welcome” to your holiday guests more than a giant welcome sign like the one below.

    We hope you have a great holiday season!


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    Heather Faulkner

    My name is Heather Faulkner. I am the Marketing Specialist for The Easling Team at Keller Williams Realty. My primary roles include managing our social media pages, writing blogs, connecting with local businesses, and building relationships with the community.

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