With all the Christmas tasks on your to do list, you might just want to forget about decorating once you’ve set up the tree and fluffed your red pillows. But this is the time of year when people will probably be coming to your home for parties. At the very least, you’ll be in and out more than usual with the shopping and the holiday activities. So why would you stop
When it comes to Christmas, you can never go wrong with the classic red and green. Line your doorway with an evergreen garland for the holidays. You can add lights to give that extra bit of sparkle or leave it plain and classic. Either way you’ll be upping the look of your entryway.
Going beyond the garlands, some people like to put mini trees on their porch too. Since there are so many ways to style those pretty little evergreens, it makes a great option for everyone. Deck them out in ornaments and lights or go for a subtle natural look.
Looking to keep things real simple this Christmas? Go the Scandinavian route and fill your porch with
Lets not forget about your front porch swing. Invest in some red cushion covers and maybe even a throw that you won’t mind getting wet in the snow. Even if you don’t use it during December, it will give your porch a finishing cozy touch.
Some porches have that small empty corner that is just asking for a little Christmas something. Fill it with a
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Possibilities are endless when you live in a place that doesn’t get loads of ice and snow in the winter. Splurge on your outdoor decor and create a
Don’t prefer the red and green combo for your holiday decorating? Opt for a different look by decorating with fruit instead! Fill your garlands and wreaths with citrus and apples for a contemporary and natural Christmas look.