#2 " Keep it Clean" -
I am the first to admit that the front of my house can look a little shabby but after this post it won't!
Check this project out at Loverevolutionary.blogspot
#3 "Doormat" -
Whether it's teak or rubber, a good doormat will not only add a decorative touch to the front door, it will also help prevent dirt and mud from getting tracked inside.
#4 "Keep It Contained" -
Flank a doorway or path with over sized containers to make a grand statement. When choosing large containers, go with fiber stone, copper or zinc as they are frost resistant and won't need to be moved inside during cold weather.
#5 "Plant life" -
Lush foliage, a dried branch arrangement, an olive or citrus tree, or colorful flowers add life to entrances. Mums are a great & inexpensive way to add color to an entrance.
#6 "Door Flair" -
I added a brass door kick plate and knocker to add pizazzz to a my plain door.
#7 "Door color" -
This is the time to really show off. Let the color reflect
who you are & what's inside your home. Search for complimentary colors to go with your house.
#8 "Window boxes" -
Planted up with sturdy foliage they add a great element. Over-the-rail brackets are available instead of or in addition to front window boxes.
Statues at front entrances makes a real impact in terms of expressing personal style - lions and spheres ooze elegance, cherubs say romance, and mini iron chairs add whimsey.
#10 "Be Original" -
Add something that's just for you, an antique tool that's stuck in your garden for decor or a chair painted in a bright color...whatever makes u happy!