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Fall Décor For Your Replacement Doors in Syracuse, NY

Fall Décor For Your Replacement Doors in Syracuse, NY

As seasons change in Syracuse, the weather isn’t the only difference we’re used to seeing. Home décor, both inside and out, begins to change also. It’s the best time to exercise creativity and use fun ways to bring out your replacement doors to reflect the new season.

The choices are almost infinite, but replacement doors can act as a canvas for so many of these projects and can help you not only increase your home’s curb appeal, but can help highlight your creativity.

Here are a couple tips to keep in mind that use fall décor to show off your replacement doors: 

  • Embrace color. Mother Nature typically provides us with a new color palette when seasons change. Accenting replacement doors should showcase those changes, whether it’s with mums, gourds or pumpkins, feel free to craft your own display to draw attention to your house.

  • Height is your friend. By developing a design with varying heights, you can make it natural to look at your home and your entryway. This can be done with everything from a variety of decorative grasses or by using baskets or galvanized buckets to stack pumpkins or hold other fun fall decorations.

  • Think outside the box. Uniqueness knows no bounds, so when it comes to accenting replacement doors, don’t shy away from utilizing everything from corn stalks to yarn wreaths. It’s crucial to remember when being creative that you can take risks and see what you can find.

Replacement doors offer a great canvas for showing off your originality this season. Take a bit of time to think about your vision and get out there and show off to your neighbors, and next time you’re in the market for replacement doors, stop by the Pella Windows and Doors showroom in Syracuse. You can see all of the choices available to you so you can start planning next season’s décor. Or if you’d rather, give us a call at 315-565-0399 or schedule an in-home consultation using our online scheduler.

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