The use of reds, golds, berrries and greenery give this home a traditional and elegant symmetrical entryway.
Give your front porch a greenery greeting. Add ornaments and berry picks to a piece of garland and use ribbon to hang ornaments from it for a chic window decoration.
Place a mini tree in a planter and decorate with ornaments and berry picks. For a customized look, use berry picks to make a tree topper.
Deck the door with a wreath of berries for a festive front entry.
This beautiful red and gold lighted orb with ornaments is the perfect way to greet your guests for the holidays.
Warm & Welcoming
This front porch shares the warmth and joy of the season with the use of greenery, plaid, wood logs and lanterns.
Add character to your porch by stacking trunks and accenting them with live greenery, small snow-flocked trees, berry picks and colorful ornaments.
Stockings work just as great outdoors as they do indoors. Fill one with live greenery and small wrapped boxes, then hang it near the front door. For more seasonal appeal, add a pair of skis to your porch decor.
Wreaths don't have to be round, create your own door accent piece using greenery, ribbon, ornaments and Christmas picks.
For a cheery, friendly entry, weave ribbon throughout an oversized pre-lit wreath and embellish with a variety of ornaments and Christmas picks.
Red and white stripes and oversized candy canes make this a bold, but sweet porch design.
This pre-made ornament wreath is the perfect addition to this classic red and white Christmas wonderland.
Trim a pre-lit tree in striped bows and mix colored and glitter ornaments for a cheery look.
Light the way for guests with twinkling lights. Use different sized spheres and alternate colors for a jolly pathway.
Candy canes are a sweet way to say Merry Christmas. Flip a round outdoor side table upside down and fill with greenery to make a vase for candy cane pathway markers.
Make your front porch stand out in your neighborhood. Greenery always works great outdoors and gives a classic feel, but don't be afraid to try a new theme or creative idea to spread Christmas cheer.
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