Halloween is all about the front door. From festive to fiendish, enchanting to eerie, it’s time to make a statement.
We’ve combed the Internet and found five front porches that will inspire your inner witch, be it Glinda or the Wicked Witch of the West.
Friendly Front Door
This front door, featured on the Yellow Cape Cod by Sarah Macklem Interiors, is a beautiful layering of color and texture. And it could easily stay up until Thanksgiving. Choose mums to coordinate with your foyer décor and be sure to pick pumpkins of different colors. Click here to read the story behind this creation.
Festive Front Door
This front door was featured in Good Housekeeping magazine. The pumpkin topiary makes good use of summertime planters, and you can create any design you like on your pumpkins. For complete instructions, click here.
Spooky Front Door
Country Living featured this batty front porch, for just the right amount of haunted-ness. The look is quick and easy to duplicate with black craft paper or black felt, and the magazine offers a bat template if you’d like to try this at home.
Aaahhh!!!!! Front Door
This front porch isn’t for the faint of heart. Featured in Better Homes & Gardens magazine, the spooky phantoms were made using tulle and translucent garbage bags. Eerie music playing in the background would complete the mood. Conjure up the spirits with these complete instructions.
“Witch” door is your favorite?