October is here & that means that Halloween is right around the corner. This holiday is a lot of fun for kids, but it can be fun for adults too, especially when it comes to decorating your home. Your first priority: the front door. This can make a spooky statement. Here are some décor ideas on how to make your front door “bootiful” for Halloween.
Idea #1: Add creepy crawlies.
Spiders and bugs will give most people the creeps, which makes them a fun addition to your front door. Add them to your front door with spider webs, or place them around your window or door frames for an extra touch of spookiness.
Idea #2: Add fabric.
Get some green fabric and put your imagination to work to cover your door & transform it into a monster. Draw, paint, or stick on some googly eyes and a monster mouth and before you know it, you have a Frankenstein-style entry door.
Idea #3: Add Halloween lighting.
Accent your front doorway with a string of sparkling pumpkin lights, then hang twigs, caution tape, crows, bats, and or mini ghosts over the porch/entryway area. You’ll transform the area into a ghostly sight!
Idea #4: Add classic décor.
Not a huge fan of scary décor? You can transform your front steps into an autumn oasis with simple fall decorations. A nice fall wreath for your front door, pumpkins, and fall flowers can make your front door/walkway a welcoming space for trick-or-treaters and other guests.
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Spooky Doors: Halloween Door Décor Ideas in Portland OR - Vancouver WA - Bend OR
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