Decorate your front door for the new season that is on the threshold. Take wreaths, twigs, berries, vegetables and fruit you love and start you work! You can choose some more traditional décor like twigs and branches around the door, a wreath and topiaries. Or you may go another way and make something original – flowers, accessories, decorations; you can hang a basket with autumn apples on your door to treat the guests. If you don’t want to hang something on the door itself, just put some cute pumpkins (painted or decorated in another way) or other vegetables on the steps or just near the door. Have a look at some more ideas below and enjoy the fall!
Make an arch from dried tree trunks and twigs.
Corn stalks would frame your door and show that Autumn has come.
A beautiful Fall harvest arrangement could be hanged right on a door.
If you don't have much time simply add a bunch of pumpkins near the door.
If you want a splash of freshness, hang a green apple wreath on your door. It'd contrast with traditional Fall colors really well.
Make a faux monogrammed pumpkin from a wood board.
Lovely wreath could be made using a combination of pine cones, pomegranates, fallen leaves, and berries.
Burnt orange is a color that we all associate with Autumn so why not to use it for a DIY yarn wreath project? These wrapped wreaths are quite easy to make so don't hesitate to try!
Knitted acorns would look cozy in the center of a wreath.
Grapevine could also be used for a holiday door decor.
Add a glittered pumpkin to a twig wreath to make your front door shine.
Oak twigs with red leaves on them is a perfect sign of Fall.
Put a Fall bouquet on your front door to welcome your guests with style.
Harvested cabbages is a great alternative or addition to traditional pumpkins.
Symmetrical decor always work great cuz it help to minimize bulkiness.
A leaf garland above the door is the most simple piece of fall decor you could make.
Cute little pumpkins is a great addition to a Fall wreath.
Two wreathes or hanging bouquets are necessary for double doors.
Glue some faux leaves on a glass or wood door.
Faux leaves are perfect to make a garland over your front door.
Burlap, wheat and pumpkins make a perfect combo if you're designing a wreath.
Faux fruits could be used to make a wreath you could use for several years.
A welcome mat with some Fall symbolic is awesome addition to any front door decor you've already chosen.
If you're into wreaths you can put some apples in a bucket and hang it on your door instead.
Repurpose old rakes and make them by adding twigs with dried berries.
Rustic fall leaf door hanger could be made from a single piece of wood.
A thin coat of petroleum jelly and cayenne pepper will keep your pumpkins safe from little critters.
Adding a bunch of spruce twigs could make a transition of your front door decor from Autumn to Winter easier.
Dollar store pumpkins could be decorated and hanged on a door.
Wooden letters hanged on ribbon is a great and more fan alternative to traditional wreaths.
Burlap is one of fall's most versatile supplies, and it adds rustic appeal to DIY project. Perfect for wreaths!
There are other interesting places besides steps where you could put a bunch of pumpkins.
Autumn leaves could be used for decorating as indoors as outdoors.
A DIY twig wreath with some faux sunflowers would add a splash of color to your door.
Don't forget to add something to wall-mount lights by your front door. Pinecones with burlap would be a perfect combo.