The holidays are the best time to make your porch look amazing! There are so many cute front porch decorating ideas for Christmas that you can do. Keep reading for some fantastic inspiration.
You can go with a cute theme such as winter cabin with plaid or traditional with red bows. I also love gingerbread/candy themed displays. The World is your Christmas oyster!
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Front Porch Decorating Ideas For Christmas
To recreate the looks below, scour thrift stores and yard sales. I’ve also added links where possible so you can source the decor items below.
Go simple with a cute wooden sign like this one. A few lanterns and a garland around the door make this winter wonderland look festive.
Line your pathways with lighted mini-cedars for a classy Christmas look that will still look great in January.
If you have porch railings, one of the nicest front porch decorating ideas for Christmas is to hang garland and wreaths from the railing and top them off with red bows.
Any potted plant can look festive with the addition of a simple red velvet bow.
This is a more elaborate front porch decorating idea for Christmas. Add evergreen trees, a plaid blanket and boxes wrapped as presents for a cute and rustic country look.
For a grand look, wrap garland and baubles around your porch columns. You can use fishing wire to hold it on without ruining the look.
Kraft paper is a great way to simply and cheaply create a rustic look for your front porch this holiday season.
Spray paint an old sled white and pick up some old skates are a thrift store and you have a wonderful winter scene for your porch.
A bench can elevate your look and let you go further with your decorating.
This simple look is perfect for a city townhouse with a small porch.
Drape stockings over your porch railings and add colourful garland. To create this look cheaply, add baubles and ornaments to plain garland.
An all-white look is perfect for a snowy climate. Birch branches would work well.
Get some inspiration from Sweden with this simple red and white display.
Your table and chairs don’t need to be put away for the winter. Add a burlap table cloth and some stockings to make them look festive.
Hanging bulbs from your garland is a nice change from classic Christmas lights.
A birdhouse (get one from the dollar store) looks so cute in the middle of this wreath.
Shopping list to recreate this look:
Joy Wooden sign from The Cottage Decor on Etsy
O Come let us adore him sign from The Farmhouse Sign on Etsy
Hi Doormat from Ashley Studio Company on Etsy