Striking Spring Porches, Doors, and Entryways

Spring is finally peaking through. It’s the perfect time of year to open up the windows, let the fresh air in, and rid the winter decor for some fresh, new, colorful accents.
We can finally come out of hibernation, step outside the front door, and actually spend time looking at our homes instead of darting directly from the indoors to the car in 2.8 seconds to avoid the frigid cold (well maybe that’s just me – hehe).

The entry to a home sets the tone for what’s to come indoors. What’s created and displayed on the front door, porch, and entryway make the first impression not only for visitors, but also for us – the owner of the home.  A happy and inviting front entry makes for a welcoming return home time and time again.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net

As we spring into Spring, let’s be inspired by these fabulous and striking Spring porches, doors, and entryways…

Perfect Porches

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Bright and cheerful colors mixed with an eclectic style of furniture create for a pleasant porch entry.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Front Porch gorgeousness filled with greenery, charm, and a darling little girl playfully enjoying the outdoors.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Soft, quiet colors of sage and creams fill this beautifully inviting porch, while a deep purple topiary style flower pot anchors the sides of the front entry door.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net A few bold colors makes for a fun and unexpected front porch.  Bright hues of blues and shades of purples fills this inviting porch.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net What a fun entry porch.  Who wouldn’t love coming home everyday?!  This space is filled with colorful flowers and a tall tiered plant shelf perfect for various sized pots and outdoor accents.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Rocking chairs on a front porch create a comfortable and inviting spot to sit, scope, and relax.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net A perfect pansy filled Spring porch.

 

Darling Doors & Entries

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net The variation of size and color greenery create a beautiful entryway to this home.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net This looks like a entryway that I’d love to step foot on (and never leave). The home itself looks architecturally stimulating, and the adorable entry surrounded by greenery further enhances it’s charm.  The number pillows are super cute as well.  What a great alternative to typical house numbers.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Large potted flowers always create a gorgeous statement as you enter a home. And I adore this 3/4 glass front door.  I’m actually looking into similar styles for my front door.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net What a beautiful soft and serene entryway.  The plum colored door is so unique.  Would you paint your front door a color like that?

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Colorful potted flowers and greenery surround charming turquoise wicker chairs at the entry of this home.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Slightly ornate for my taste, but something about this entryway is so striking and inviting.  It’s probably my love for yellow which is incredibly dynamic on the chair and table.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net A few accents flanking the door can be just enough to create an inviting Spring outdoor vignette. This porch is filled with charming flowers and an adorable bright blue chair.

 

Whimsical Spring Wreaths

How fun is it to add a new wreath for a new season?!   To enhance a front entry, a beautiful, whimsical, or totally unique and fun wreath can enhance and accentuate the the aesthetic and style of your home.

 

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net A moss and burlap Spring wreath makes for an eye popping accent on a crisp white door

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Adorable and unique garden hose Spring wreath

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Simple grapevine wreath accented with flowers & house numbers

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net A grapevine wreath filled with soft pink faux flowers is so striking against a dark colored door.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net Spring grapevine & moss wreath accented with colorful faux flowers.

Major Spring Inspiration: Striking Spring Doors, Porches, and Entryways.  Roundup by @Jenna_Burger, SASinteriors.net O, that’s mine – hehe.  I never get tired of this forsythia wreath.

How do you decorate your front entry for Spring? 

I’m working on an awesome DIY project for our front porch, which I’ll be sharing next week – can’t wait! Thankfully the flowers are starting to bud so pretty pictures can soon be taken.  Until then, I’ll keep drooling over last year’s Spring porch.

Happy Spring!




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  1. Therese F says

    What an inspiring post! I really love the colorful painted pieces even the black bench was so nice. I’m a big fan of anything forsythia too. Your wreath is simply wonderful. I think I want to try making that cute garden hose wreath. I’m working on a garage redo mainly to catch all the kiddos stuff and a garden hose wreath would look so cool on the door going into the house.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

    • Jenna says

      SO happy to have inspired you with this post Therese! I love forsythia so much too which is why it’s my go-to Spring and Summer wreath.
      xo
      Jenna

  2. says

    Very nice! I like a little bit from each one!

    I was interested to see alot of use of outdoor carpets. I have a concrete block entry that needs some sort of over-haul and I was considering staining- this may be a good alternative.

    Do you know more about outdoor carpets? hard to maintain, keep clean? Are they supposed to be placed outside main traffic?

  3. says

    thank you so much for featuring our front porch, Jenna. i am so late to leave a comment. SNAP about did me in this year & i am still recovering. thanks again, sweet girl! this post is awesome!

    xo
    kellie

    • Jenna says

      You are so welcome my dear. Love your porch and you’re little girl in the pictures looks so stinkin’ cute! xo Jenna

  4. says

    Jenna,

    I am beyond flattered at the feature! Thanks so much. Hopefully, I can get it looking that bright and cheery again this year. The pollen has taken over for now! Lesley

    • Jenna B says

      Lesley, I was happy to feature you. Such a great job! Good luck with the pollen. Lucky here it isn’t bad…yet!
      xo Jenna