A sense of humour welcomes you and lets you know what to expect when you enter Susan and Michaels Artistic AerieWith the onset of Spring, it's time to take a good look at your front entrance. Not just the landing strip, but the outside of your home as well. Does your entrance welcome people or scare them away? From Joshua and Rafael’s Salvage Love. A red front door is a good luck element in Feng Shui. In any language, it's a bright and cheery welcome. From Kevin and Greg’s Sugar Shack. A bench outside your home is a great place to set down packages or a place to remove shoes, if that's the rule in your house. From Grace's "Dr. Houselove". Flowers and plants are always welcoming. Take care of them and prune them so they always look lively and fresh. From Lori2's Mom's Palm Springs House Dust your front door, sweep your entranceway, replace burnt out bulbs and shine your doorknob regularly and your home will always welcome you and your guests.