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Vintage suitcases make great end tables and decorative storage, but you wouldn’t necessarily expect to see a stack next to the front door. Add a little whimsy — like a cute gnome — and some colorful flowers to make your guests smile.
Place a tiered cart on your front porch, and add a mix of seasonal decor pieces, potted plants and flowers. Update the look each season by changing out a few pieces, and you’ll be able to use the cart year-round.
Paint the door and sidelights in an unexpected hue that will have neighbors stop and stare. Here, the soft pink color is mimicked in the flowers but also beautifully contrasted with the dark blue siding and garden decor.
Old patio furniture comes in handy when you want to create a small herb garden. The center straps of an old woven footstool were removed and replaced with chicken wire, burlap, soil and some herbs (in that order).
The traditional hint blue ceiling on this open, airy front porch finds its complement in a graphic blue and white rug below. Traditional wicker furniture, floor-to-ceiling drapes and flower-filled hanging baskets complete the charming design.
If your porch or entry needs a little privacy, try a room divider made of vintage shutters. You can hang art or knickknacks from the shutters or use them as a backdrop to display colorful flowers.
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