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Spring Entryway Ideas

The entry to your home is truly such a small part of your home’s facade, but it’s usually the first impression someone has of your home. Take the time this spring to brighten and renew the entryway to your home. You will feel better about the image that you project, and you will reap the reward every time your return home. You deserve a cheerful greeting. 

A front entry makeover can be simple, easy, and inexpensive. You can tailor this project to your budget. In planning your makeover think about: plants, door color and condition, furniture, and decor.

It is easy to hang beautiful ferns and flower baskets to bring color and serenity to your front entrance. Need these items on a budget; try Parkway Farmers Market in Opelika, AL. They have very reasonable prices on tropical and seasonal plants. If you have the budget and space add planters for color and joy. The Potting Shedd in Auburn, AL has beautiful plants year-round and local experts to guide your selection.

Even if your door looks okay, consider adding a pop of color by painting your front door; go bold with Orange or Aqua, or traditional with a Williamsburg Blue. With the help of the staff at University Ace in Auburn, AL you can conquer this project in an afternoon.

If you have a chair or small bench on your front porch or even a small table, consider adding cushions or pillows. Or if you desire seasonal decor, I highly recommend Bless Your Heart of Alabama in Eclectic, AL. Amy Hibbs and the staff at Bless Your Heart will indeed bless your heart. Amy helps me find something special for birthdays and special events.

I must admit that all of this content stems from my wife’s desire to always have our best facing the street. Every season, she refreshes the entryway to our home. I do appreciate how nice it looks, but I often overlook saying thank you. So here is a public thank you to my wife, Christy.

Bill McCown and Corrie Kent work as a team for Kent McCown Group with Coldwell Banker Alliance. They cover properties in both Auburn and Opelika, Alabama. | @kentmccowngroup

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