A Stylish and Unique Front Door Entrance Decor Idea

Ready to make a grand entrance? Spice up your front door decor with this unique and stylish fashion-forward idea. Take a cue from your closet and discover an easy and creative way to decorate your door.

Your home is often the first impression that people have of you, so why not make sure that it stands out? I love using unique decor for our front door. This time I was inspired by one of my favorite handbags!

Welcome to my home…and my closet!

Missy opening the blue front door.

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What is it about a front door that is so appealing?

Truth be told, I have a small obsession with front doors.

I love to check them out from afar when I walk the neighborhood.

The front door design board pages in my HGTV magazines are my first viewing go-to when each issue arrives.

The “Exterior” board on my Pinterest is full of gorgeous doors and beautiful decorating ideas that I aspire to.

The front door is like a blank canvas for decorating!

Front Door Decor is in the Bag!

Let’s go for something beyond the usual wreath.

Don’t get me wrong…I love a stunning wreath!

But I’m thinking of something that is colorful, stylish, and unique.

How about…my handbag!

Missy holding a woven handbag.

Such great texture and color that really pops with the weave of the bag.

The best thing is that it is large and roomy so it will make a real statement at our front door entrance!

It also will be the perfect “base” for a front door decoration!

Woven bags are, with good reason, very popular right now and I see such beautiful pieces every time I am shopping online or in person.

Feel free to go shopping or invade your closet!

Building the Bag for this Front Door Decor

I found it easiest to start with the handbag already hanging from the front door and design the decor from there.

There were a few curious comments from neighbors passing by. So, I guess this front-door home decor is also a good conversation starter!

This particular bag hangs beautifully from an adhesive hook on the door glass. However, a wreath hanger will work just as well.

A woven handbag hanging from a hook on the front door.

Start with Layered Greenery

With this arrangement, layering is the word of the day. I used a variety of faux flowers and greenery in a combination of colors that are also in the weave of the bag.

First, I created an all-around backdrop with eucalyptus stems. Positioning the stem in a fan-like manner took just a couple of minutes and set the stage for additional stems.

A woven handbag holding faux eucalyptus stems.

The second layer consists of a couple of magnolia leaf stems tucked in asymmetrically. I love that you can see some of the brown colors under the leaf. It looks so real!

Already, the green colors and different textures make such an interesting display.

A woven purse holding magnolia leaf branches and hanging on a front door as decor.

Nature is not always symmetrical and neither is the door arrangement. So, a differently shaded eucalyptus stem gets tucked into one side and pops up higher than the rest.

Again, more shades of green and unique texture.

A multi-colored handbag holding various faux greenery as front door decoration.

Adding Vibrant Color

Now the fun part...COLOR!

I do not know what this faux flower is, but I know that I love it. I will call it my “orangey spiky zinger!” (If someone knows the name of this flower, please let me know in the comments!)

A vibrant orange-red flower tucked in amidst faux greenery in a natural weave handbag hanging on an entrance door.

I could add a ribbon bow. Hmm…but what ribbon? I went through all my ribbons and nothing was grabbing me.

Then, a lightbulb moment!

I decided to use my favorite tassel charm instead of a bow!

A faux  magnolia leaf stem sticking out of a purse being used as front door decor.
Oh, the colors!

In addition to accessorizing my purses, I have used this tassel as A Wicker Trunk Tassel Handle. What a fun project that was!

A brightly colored tassel charm used as a lid handle on a wicker chest.
You can see the tassel charm here.

Stylish Front Door Decor

Voila! Fashion-influenced decor for your front door!

The best thing about this is that the bag works equally well year-round. I can just change the stems according to the season…or my latest decorating whim!

And if needed, I can just empty the bag and wear it!

A multi-colored woven bag full of faux greenery and flowers and hanging on the front door as decor.

Combining beloved fashion pieces and the right accessories to create unique door decor is a great way to give your front entrance an extra bit of style.

While there are plenty of traditional wreaths that make beautiful decorations, sometimes changing things up can be refreshing! So take a cue from your wardrobe and create some unique front door decor with whatever speaks to you the most.

Get started today and see what unexpected flair you can bring to your doorway!



    1. Hi Tracey! Thank you so much! I found the faux magnolia at a shop called Nell Hills in Kansas City. (If you have never been there, put it on your bucket list!) While I bought the magnolia a year ago, they may still currently carry it? You might try emailing them at [email protected]. Thanks for reading and commenting!

    1. Thanks, Becky! It was a fun project…and a fun project to photograph because I had just gotten my hair cut with you!

  1. Missy – So clever! I love it. I love to admire doors too. In Ireland doors were in more than half my pictures!

    1. Hi Regina! So we belong to the “door lover club!” So many fun and interesting doors! Thanks for reading!

  2. I must admit that you threw me with the purse at first. But once the florals were added, it turned into a beautiful addition to your beautiful blue door. Beautiful and so very creative! Thank you for sharing at #omhgww. See you next week. Pinned.

    1. Hi Clearissa!
      Thank you so much! I was a little skeptical myself when I started to put it together. However, the more I added to it, the more I loved it. Thank you so much for reading and sharing!

    1. Thank you, Rachel! I do enjoy it on the front door. The only problem is that sometimes I want to use the bag! LOL! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Love this idea Missy! I have been searching for a straw purse I used to carry and cannot find it, maybe one of these days I will stumble upon it. The colors are so bright and just grab your attention with your display. Thanks for sharing your inspiration.

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