The front door is the first thing people see when they step inside your home. It’s also the last thing you see before leaving. Because of that, it’s important to make sure your entryway says the right things about who you are and what type of energy you want to bring into your space. That’s why I always recommend adding some sort of decoration outside your doors. The best way to protect yourself from evil spirits is by creating a home that feels welcoming and inviting. You can place things like mirrors, coins, or dragon statues outside your door in order to create this welcoming environment at all times of the year. Make sure they’re placed near the front doors so they’ll be visible when you open them up. If these items aren’t available where you live, don’t worry; there are plenty more options out there as well to turn your luck. Here are the top 7 good luck symbols on front doors.
Lemons are a symbol of good luck and prosperity. They can be grown in pots or in the ground, but they do produce fruit year-round. Lemons are easy to grow and maintain, so if you have trouble with something else, this is a great plant for you.
Lemons are rich in vitamin C and make an excellent choice for anyone looking to get their daily dose of nutrients from fruits or vegetables. If you’re worried about diseases like scurvy (a condition caused by vitamin C deficiency), growing your own lemon tree at home will help prevent those problems from occurring.
Bells are a symbol of good luck and prosperity in many cultures, including Japan, China and Korea.
In Japan, a bell is hung on the front door to ward off evil spirits. As you enter your home for the first time after moving in or buying a new house, ring the bell nine times to rid yourself of bad energy and welcome good luck into your life. In China, bells are hung on the front door for similar reasons—not only to ward off evil but also to bring prosperity into one’s life by attracting money.
White lights are one of the most popular items to put outside your front door. They can be used in many different ways and are a symbol of purity, peace, good luck, and brightness. White is often associated with hope and faith because it’s considered a color that brings light into dark spaces rather than just reflecting light like other colors would.
If you want to use white lights but don’t want them to distract from other decorations you might have on your porch or display window, there are also white-light strings that come in smaller packages. These smaller strands can be placed around a wreath or hung from trees as well as any other type of decoration you’ve chosen for the season.
A horseshoe is a powerful talisman that brings good luck and prosperity.
In addition to its apotropaic powers, Horseshoe is a symbol of good luck, prosperity, and protection. It is said to bring happiness to the home, and protect against evil forces, bad luck, and misfortune. Horseshoes are usually hung over doorways or by windows to ensure good fortune for all who enter the house. The horseshoe has also been used as an amulet against evil spirits since ancient times as it was believed that witches were afraid of iron objects like horseshoes or nails because they could not cross such items while flying around at night trying to harm humans.
Windchimes are said to be symbols of good luck and fortune, bringing peace, harmony, and prosperity to the home. These are used as a way to bring good health into your life. They symbolize tranquility and love in the family. You can hang wind chimes outside your front door so that they can welcome all who enter your home with joyous sounds as well as bring you good fortune.
And we’re not talking about just any old wind chime: we’re talking about an actual Chinese dragon-themed one. The dragon is a powerful totem known for its strength (it’s even said that its wings can create rain), so having one installed on your property will help protect against any negative energy entering your space.
Bamboo is a type of grass that can grow up to 100 feet tall. It has been used for centuries in Asian cultures as a symbol of wealth and good fortune. Bamboo is considered lucky because it grows quickly and easily, but it also requires much less water than other plants such as bushes or trees.
Bamboo plants provide privacy while also adding beauty to your home’s exterior décor. The leaves resemble feathers, which are believed to bring good luck according to Chinese tradition. Since bamboo grows quickly without needing much maintenance, there’s no need for you to worry about trimming it or keeping it watered—it will do all those things on its own.
DUTCH HEX SIGN
The Dutch hex sign is a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch decoration. It’s typically a wooden sign or plaque with a colorful design, and it can be used to decorate your home’s front porch or door.
I recommend the hex sign for its simplicity, durability, and symbolism. These signs were once made by hand, but today most people buy them from craft stores. Some people choose to paint their own designs from scratch; others use stencils or stickers to make their own signs more quickly and easily.
The most popular designs feature geometric shapes arranged to create an image that resembles an old-fashioned windmill or barn—but there are countless other options available as well–from butterflies to sunflowers. The possibilities are endless.
Hopefully, you have learned something new about front door luck. You might be wondering what you should put outside your front door for good luck. The answer is simple: there are many ways to bring good fortune into your life. Some people choose to place a bowl of water filled with floating flowers on their front doorstep, while others prefer a feng shui turtle statue or statue of an elephant standing next to a mountain for better luck. Whatever item you ultimately decide will bring happiness and luck into your life should be placed in front of the entranceway so that it can do its job.