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Set a seasonal scene right inside the door with an entryway gallery wall. It’s a doable DIY project that can cost as little as $2.99 per print if you do as homeowner Lauren Shaver did here and start with public-domain art: The Biodiversity Heritage Library boasts an enormous cache of rights-free images of flora and fauna. Download your favorites (choose “original size” to get the largest file) and print them at an office supply store that has a printer for blueprints. Also called engineering prints, these are an inexpensive option for scaled-up drawings—the conifers in this cold-weather collection are 16 by 20 inches. Come spring, Lauren, who blogs at blesserhouse.com, will swap in bulbs and blooms.