Just my front door, nothing more.

I love my front door.

OK, it’s not really the front door, it’s more of a side door. It leads from the mudroom into the kitchen. But it’s the door we use most, anyway.

I painted it red to cover up the weird green that was underneath. I’ve enjoyed it, but thought I would never be able to make it work after Christmas.


I think it looks just peachy.

I just found a little bit bigger grapevine wreath, tucked in some fake white flowers, and tied it up with a big ol’ white ribbon.

Wanna see more of my front door?

Check out our Fall mudroom here and our Christmas mudroom here.

And that mason jar light? You can read a little more about it here.


  1. says

    Love your door! I think it is the exact same color as mine! Williamsburg Red? I love how you always keep it decorated for each season. Very welcoming! xx

  2. says

    I like your red door! It’s very welcoming. And your wreath is so simple and pretty and springy. Good job!

    Thank you so much for linking to Grace at Home. I really appreciate it!

  3. says

    A red door — nothing more, nothing less. Painting your door red is actually a good choice. Did you know that a red door has several meanings? In China, it symbolizes luck and abundance. While on early colonial America, it symbolizes safe haven. So, you’re giving your guest a friendly and warm impression through that door.

  4. says

    I love how you incorporated that ribbon-wreath décor on your front door. Hehe. Here’s a piece of trivia: A red front door is closely associated with the traditions of Feng Shui. It symbolizes luck in China. While for the American travelers, a house with a red door gives the impression that visitor are welcome in the house. In essence, the red door signifies good luck, protection, and financial stability.

  5. says

    That’s one adorable side door, and the grapevine you added looks nice on it. I hope you’d post a picture of your front door. By the way, make sure that those doors are properly secured. Being precautious is wise; burglars might take advantage, if they see that the windows and doors can easily be dismantled.

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