Easy Patriotic Porch Decor You'll Love

Memorial Day is here, and it is the official holiday that kickstarts summer. A great way to celebrate the season is to jazz up your front door décor with fun and festive patriotic front door decor. Today I am sharing a super fun and easy Easy Patriotic Porch Decor You'll Love! This bandanna wreath is a patriotic wreath ideal for Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day as your holiday wreath. All of these items featured in today's post affordable in which you can successfully decorate your front door for less than $50.
Red, white, and blue bandanna wreath on a black door

Front Door Décor


The first impression of your home begins with the exterior. Tidy landscaping, a clear walkway, and a stylish front porch can set the stage for visitors entering your home. The last thing that you would want your guest feeling is a sense of fear or apprehension when visiting your home. Therefore, you should make an effort to create an inviting scene from the outside continuing to the interior décor and design of your home.

Wreaths


Wreaths are an excellent way to elevate your front door and are essential for pulling off memorable and inviting front porch. As promised, I am sharing with you a simple Patriotic wreath that ideal for Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day.
Supplies
·   Felt Stars
·   Wreath Mold or Pool Noodle (you can get them for 1 dollar at the Dollar Tree)
·   Hot glue gun OR Fabric glue
Directions:
1.    Wrap bandanas around pool noodle or wreath mold. In an alternating pattern (or in any design that you wish).
2.    Secure bandana with the zip tie joining both sides of the bandanna around the mold/pool noodle.
3.    Continue step 2 until your wreath is complete.
4.    Cut off any excess zip tie or twist ties, so they are not visible.

5.    Fan out and fluff bandanas, carefully.
6.    Add felt stars. If using fabric glue, allow the glue to dry according to package instructions.
7.    Hang and enjoy.

Other Front Porch Ideas

I am a huge fan of adding other fun visual elements to my front porch. I typically repurpose my front door décor by purchasing items that can fit different holiday aesthetics. For example, you can use red lanterns as a fun décor element for the patriotic holidays (Memorial Day, Labor Day, and 4th of July). You can repurpose the same red lamps for your Christmas front door décor.

Front Door Mats


Upgrade a simple coir mat by adding a visually appealing layer below. I use a plaid pattern and alternate between colors depending on the holiday and the color scheme of my front door decor. For this patriotic theme, I went with this blue buffalo check mat that I found on Amazon. I also have this mat in black and white, and it is a perfect "neutral" for a variety of holidays.

Happy Front Door Decorating Friends,

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