It’s time to shop your home and create this fun Christmas Porch Decor! Vintage sleds, fresh greens, wood, lanterns and more are added for this easy porch decor!
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Christmas Decorating is the best time of year! Using items that I have around my home to decorate with is one my absolute favorite things to do! It feeds my creativity bug! And my front porch decor always brings such happiness, not only to me but also guests and others that pass by.
Whether you have a front porch, back deck or a patio area, these Christmas porch decorating ideas can easily be adapted to fit your space.
The antique vintage sleds anchor this space, the height draws your attention to the area. Below, we used a wooden box and laid it on its side, then filled it with pieces of split wood.
On top of the box, is an old canning kettle, and it’s filled with fresh greens. You can find cut greens at your local Christmas tree farm or cut them from bushes in your yard, neighbors yard, alongside the road or local park. Just be sure to ask before you cut though.
Woven into the fresh greens are twinkle lights and a few sprigs of artificial red berries.
A couple lanterns warm up the area and a red berry wreath is added for a splash of color.
On the other side of the door, we kept the same theme but added a few more items. The sled is sitting on top of a wooden box to add height. And another red berry wreath for a splash of color and to pull the two sides of the porch together.
A galvanized bucket is filled with more fresh greens, lights, and berries. And the small wooden step ladder adds interest and height.
At the bottom, a wooden star that we made several years ago and never used adds a bit of whimsy, as well as the tool caddy painted green and filled with red ornaments.
For the window boxes, we filled them first with fresh greens. I like using a variety of greens for texture and interest. Then more twinkle lights and a wooden star.
I think the thing I like most about this front porch decor is that it can stay up past Christmas. The addition of the sleds are fun Winter porch decorating ideas and the wood warms up the space for the whole season!
It’s time to be inspired by these amazing Christmas decorating ideas from fellow bloggers –
Christmas Kitchen Tour from Design Dazzle
String Art Christmas Tree from Domestically Speaking
Christmas Front Porch from Hoosier Homemade
DIY Chalkboard Banner from Marty’s Musings
Easy Farmhouse Christmas Mantel from Sondra Lyn at Home
Elegant Christmas Mantel from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Farmhouse Christmas Decor from Design Dazzle