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Taniya designs three doorways in different styles to welcome the holidays.
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Taniya Nayak: Your front door is an awesome place despise up with some full decorations. The first idea to add some fun to your door is a look at pop to a traditional door with windows. So I wanted to take advantage of that with a little lighting trick. Add amber cellophane to the eight tiny windows and the top of the arch on the inside for some nice full color. Drape real plants like snap dragons and puppies have great colors but won’t survive the frost so later in the fall you silk of the same kinds. And here they’re hang on the door in metals consist a great alternative to the traditional wreath. For both side of the door trying understated pair of clay pots and fill them with twiggy birds tree branches, I like the height and depth they create between the amber windows when you deal it from a distance. This doors gets even more dramatic at night, the cellophane wraps gives up a really warm amber glow it does well into the night. Here is a great idea if you have an apartment or a condo or you just have a small entry way but you love plants that purse with color. Start to look off with the blue welcome map with the fun design, check out these two beautiful four foot height Chinese maple trees the leaves change annually from the nice green and spring and summer to the deep reds in fall. So your entry way will be bursting with color year around, sink them into the sapphire blue ceramic pots and you will have a bright shiny entry way, I’m going to triple the size of this entry way the design trick is to use metal screens like this airy sculptures on I decided of the door. Combine them with these gothic metal landed candle holders that come in all different sizes. They help this entry way in two ways, fill cast of flickering light on the screens and light the entry way and door at night. Then you will have to add some contrast, this heavy ceramic pots overflowing with textured silk flowers and grasses with pinch of burgundy and orange really pop at color. If you are looking for real plants that can stand up to fall and winter weather you can’t go wrong with burgundy color New Zealand flats. Decorating your door for fall opens up lots of options from a stain glass look to maple trees, to using iron gates as an accessory. You want your front door to make a great first impression.
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