It seems everyone has tried to escape the seasonal blahs by building cozy home nests feathered with flair – faux furs, chunky knits, natural woods and candles – recreating the warm, fuzzy feelings of mom’s homemade soup, a favorite sweatshirt or a hug.
The old school thinking that you can’t wear white after Labor Day is as silly as believing you can’t drink coffee on days that end in Y. And we simply don’t want to live in a world where either is true.
Have you heard the phrase, “You will never get a second chance to make a first impression”? As many have experienced this first hand, they understand how crucial a first impression is. But first impressions don’t start when you say the first hello, first impressions start when the newcomer walks up the front steps to your door. No matter the colour, your front door is more than a transition from the outdoors in, your front door is the first hello.