As a Winnipeg interior decorator it is always fun to create some fun seasonal decor. This year for fall and Halloween I decided to do something inexpensive, especially when things can easily disappear off the front step.
So I made a trip to the local Dollar store to get some inexpensive fall decor items. They had lots of great fall leaves, flowers, and other great decor items.
I couldn’t resist the crow (in photo below), as it added a sense of Halloween drama to the front door. I also selected a small black lantern, and placed a tea light candle inside to provide a warm glow to welcome guests to my front door.
I also decided to re-use birch branches from last Christmas’s decor, a black flower pot whose blooms were done for the season, and some branches from a vase which was long overdue to be changed out. My Aunt Sheila generously donated some cute pumpkins from her garden. The end result was a fun mix of fall and Halloween fun.