Monday, August 31, 2009

Front Door, Changing of the Seasons

The day that we took possesion of our house was a cold January day, and it was around 5pm at night. After getting the keys, I insisted to Aubrey that we stop by the flower market by our apartment and pick up a Holiday wreath. It was the first thing we bought, and it was I guess in retrospect, my little way of making the house ours. It was the first touch that we added. And that little wreath stayed up until the Spring.

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(February 2008, Our old door, and first wreath)

The front pots/wreaths for the front of our house is something I always looked forward to when we were planning for a house. That's what homeowners got to do - they got to do those awesome front planters. ;)

With the chillyness in the air I decided to remove the ferns that have been there all summer (which I forgot to water unfortunately, which is why they look so sad) and replace them with these fushia mums. The changing of the front porch decoration is something I always look forward to.

Although they aren't as fancy as the professionally done ones that I see (and love), it's a simple little change that I adore at the start of the season. '

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1 comments:

Linda Snider said...

Hi Aubrey & Lindsay! Thanks for letting us know you are getting emails asking where your doors came from. That's our classic halfmoon style, we call it the 2744 :) You've done a beautiful job with it! Looks great :)

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