After deciding on the blue door, I started to see blog posts and Pinterest pins all about how helpful for curb appeal it is to have an accent door. Apparently I wasn't the only person with this idea. But I was struggling with what wreaths and porch decor went with a blue door. I had always been able to match our brown front door with most colors and didn't have to worry about anything clashing since it was all relatively neutral colors. But now I was stuck trying to figure out what colors and decor would match without looking too out of place (this is my OCD and love of decorating taking over). So take a look at some of the ways I've found to decorate an accent door.
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When asking Elle and Lu to help me design a wreath for my front porch, I asked her to match my door color and use complimentary colors to finish it off. I am always a fan of using grapevine wreaths as a base to work off of, especially because it pulls in some of the other rustic pieces I like to decorate our porch with. The pinks and purples help to pull in the colors of the flowers and the darker greens match the ceramic pots all a part of the porch decor. Using complimentary colors and tying in the colors already used in your space will help to complete the look.fall decor didn't work when it came to a blue door. So instead, use tans and browns that go with most colors. Keeping wreath colors neutral, allows you to use other decorative accents on your porch to bring out some more fall color. Leaves, pumpkins, and all things rustic make perfect pieces to finish off your fall porch!
Decorating our home year round is something that I enjoy so much! I'm constantly pinning ideas on Pinterest for upcoming or current seasons to change things up each year. With the popularity of accent door colors for your home continuing to rise, I'm always looking for new ideas to decorate the bold and fun door colors!
What's your favorite way to decorate your front porch?