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Show Us Your Halloween Doors!

Posted by Charlotte · October 28th 2021

Whilst Halloween and autumn has traditionally been a festivity that is celebrated in the US, more and more people are starting to adopt the enthusiasm in the UK.  Just walking down your street at the end of October, it’s likely that you’ll see homes decorated with pumpkins, autumnal wreaths, twinkling lights, bats or ghosts – and Rockdoor want to get in on the fun!

Each year we ask Rockdoor owners to send in a picture of their front door dressed for the Halloween season, and every year we are surprised how much effort homeowners go to.

Emma at @our_happy_place_45 dressed her anthracite grey Newark Bright Star with a gorgeous wreath featuring orange and white pumpkins and autumnal coloured leaves, complementing the orange and white pumpkins at the entrance of her door perfectly.  Emma also added black bat stickers over her side lights and bright star glass adding an additional spooky touch.

Our second homeowner that has absolutely excelled at transforming the entrance of her home to an autumnal treat is Scotland’s ‘Home of the Year’ contestant, Rebecca at @the.place.next.door.

Rebecca has a black Jacobean front door with misted glass featuring gold furniture including our urn knocker and Victorian central knob which is made even more stunning by the divine garland that Rebecca has created.  

Rebecca’s garland uses all the vibrant colours from the season, with the orange tones giving a subtle nod to Halloween, and we think it looks stunning!

Finally, Kristina Colligan from the North West stuck with the Halloween theme to decorate her door using skeletons, pumpkins and eery “CAUTION: ENTER IF YOU DARE” tape across her anthracite grey Vogue Cube resulting in a spooky and fantastic end result.  

If you’d like to share your autumn or Halloween themed doors simply tag @Rockdoorltd in your social media posts!

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