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Decorating Your Front Entryway for Fall

With the upcoming fall season, a great way to welcome the change of seasons is by decorating your front entryway. Below are some tips on decorating your front entryway for fall which are sure to make your space stand out!

Wreaths

Hanging a wreath on your front door makes your entryway inviting and welcoming. Using a wreath also creates warmth to your entryway with its orange, red and metallic tones; this wreath brings out the best of the fall season.

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Pumpkins

Pumpkins are a great element to use both outside and inside of your home. Pumpkins are very versatile and look great anywhere. Use them to line your front steps or put them inside the entrance on top of a table. Add an extra special touch to the decor by carving your pumpkins and adding a candle inside for a special glowing effect!

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Flowers

Planting fall flowers are a very easy way to welcome the fall season into your home. Use flowers such as mums and marigolds which are in season during the fall. Put flowers in pretty vases or in vintage looking pots on your front stairs. Arrange the flowers among the pumpkins to create interest to your space.

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Warm and Inviting

Overall, make sure to use warm and bright tones similar to those of natural elements such as orange, red, yellows, brown, and golds to make your fall entryway inviting and interesting.

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Sharan Kaur, FizzNiche Staff Writer

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