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Although it may not be the most obvious place to decorate, that empty space above your doorway provides ample opportunity to sneak in some style. Think wrought iron scrolls, flowering urns, or a flourish of acanthus leaves crowning your door frame, providing a classy accent that shows off your deft attention to detail.

Need something to spruce up a lackluster living room doorway? Make every entrance a dramatic one with decorative corner brackets. Mounted in the topmost inner corners of your door frame, these metal scrolls add instant finesse. Handcrafted of wrought iron, some metal corner brackets can even be displayed outdoors.

For example, if your carport garage leads directly into a screened-in porch, these brackets can be displayed in the door frame. A powder-coat finish protects the brackets year round, so they always look perfect no matter what the seasons bring.

If you're stumped on which color to choose, try to think about the surrounding decor in the area. For example, you could start with a set of corner brackets finished in cool Tuscan slate. The fleur-de-lis designs add traditional embellishment to a doorway. Then, throw in a bistro table with chairs, plus a rug patterned with elegant French script for a European street-side cafe vibe.

Above the door, decor with swirling motifs also lends elegance to your interior spaces. Acanthus unfurls amongst flowers in one topper, and the aged gold color brings a triumphant flourish to your living room. Play it up with a mirror to match on the opposite wall, the distressed glass lending a moody, nostalgic feel to your environs.

Or, go for a metal door topper with grapes for a Mediterranean mood. A topaz-colored rug with cream medallions will ground your coffee table nearby. Just stack two or three old books with weathered, dark-hued covers and then top it all off with a candle on a small, patterned plate.

But what if your tastes are geared more towards the ocean? Then find over-the-door decor formed from resin seashells. Starfish, conches, and coral form swags on either side of a large scallop shell. Hung over the outside of your bathroom door, this accent beckons to treasures within: a white lace shower curtain, perhaps? Or soft seafoam walls and a pillowy bath rug underfoot?

Of course, door ornaments don't have to convey any particular theme. Go for a brown topper that resembles a tree with mirrored leaves. The neutral finish ensures that this doorway decor blends effortlessly into your color scheme, especially if it employs warmer tones.

Ready to kick your decorating up a notch? Then play up that oft-forgotten space, and wow your guests with your interior design prowess!