oh my gosh i may paint the front door orange, why not?!  i am really stepping out of my comfort zone.  it all started with that orange rug.

oh my gosh i may paint the front door orange, why not? i am really stepping out of my comfort zone. it all started with that orange rug.

Add to the curb appeal of your house -- and increase its value -- with these easy exterior improvements. Welcome autumn in all its glory with a fall-themed door wreath. This ready-made decoration brings together a colorful mix of faux flowers, leaves, and other signs of the season. Best of all, it’s reusable year after year. Transform a slab and steps with the high-end look of stone. Then update a basic mailbox with gleaming copper spray paint.

Add to the curb appeal of your house -- and increase its value -- with these easy exterior improvements. Shutters and front door painted in coordinating color. Update a basic mailbox with gleaming copper spray paint.

victorian black and white mosaic tile path battersea  York stone rope edge buxus london front garden (19) Very neat transition to front door porch

victorian black and white mosaic tile path battersea York stone rope edge buxus london front garden Very neat transition to front door porch

Curved brick entry steps by Kings Masons, via Flickr

Curved brick entry way porch landing steps in a combination of herringbone, running brick, and standing soldier. a talented and skilled mason worked out this design. Maybe not a DIY for a beginner.

Having a warm welcoming porch is a simple way to start embracing the new season. Try adding plants with colors reminiscent of fall; some colorful “Garden Mums,” ornamental grasses or even purple kale are great for delivering a simple autumnal touch. Don’t forget about the planters, which will give the arrangement the complete look.

5 Tips for Fall Décor (No Pumpkins Needed)

Having a warm welcoming porch is a simple way to start embracing the new season. Try adding plants with colors reminiscent of fall

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