If you have a large double front door area and are searching for decorating ideas for the fall or holidays. For such a large space you don’t have to spend a fortune to decorate it. I can show you how to decorate double front doors for the holidays on a budget.
Mood Board For Decorating Double Doors For Holiday:
I took my time to find the perfect decor pieces that would make a statement without going over the budget. I created a mood board to help me come up with ideas for the double doors but also the surrounding areas around the doors. Make sure you create a budget and spend it mostly on what will make your doors pop.
(This is a sponsored post by Nearly Natural. My opinions are my own.)
- I found the perfect pair of Lighted Wreaths for the double doors.
- I used Led Lights to energize the space around the double doors for a magical evening,
- Added pumpkins and yellow mums for the fall season
How To Decorate Double Front Doors With Wreaths:
Decide where to spend most of my budget. For my doors, the wreaths would be the focal point of the double doors. I found 2 awesome holiday wreaths that have everything I wanted. Since lights were the overall theme for this space these were the perfect wreaths. They have fluffy pine, faux pinecones, berries, and 100 sparkling lights. The best things that it won’t ever dry out. You can find this lighted pine cone wreath at Nearly Natural.
Decorating Around The Front Double Doors With Mums and Pumpkins:
To keep my cost down I found 4 huge yellow mums and 8 white pumpkins that I placed around the entrance of the doors. It was the perfect amount of fall decor that can last me for a month and make my double doors look colorful.
Adding Lights to make the double door dazzle.
Since this post is all about making the double doors look great. Adding the lights to the pumpkins and mums will make the space around the double doors look amazing at night. All you have to do is tuck the led lights inside the mums the rest of the lights can hang on top of the pumpkins. Turn the lights on at night and you have created a beautiful and dazzling space.
Keep in mind that the wreaths can be used all season long. All you have to do is change out the pumpkins and mums for something that represents Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year. Keeping the lights throughout the season sparkle.
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