When it comes to the holiday season, there’s no better way to show your neighbors and visiting friends and family that you’re enjoying the spirit of the season than by creating a beautiful decoration scheme on your front door. Christmas front door decors are a festive surprise that makes those who visit your home feel truly welcomed. There’s something magical about driving down a street on a wintery night that is filled with beautifully decorated homes.
🎄 Find The Spirit Of The Season With These Beautiful Christmas Front Door Decorations for the Year
Many of us have been following the same old formula for years when it comes to decorating our front doors. We purchase a pre-decorated wreath, hang it from our door knocker and call the project completed. However, there’s a lot more you can do to decorate your door than just the same old wreath. If you want to create a front door Christmas display that will truly wow everyone on your street, then try one of these fifty christmas door decorations.
1. Gift Wrapped With Garland
This gorgeous design aesthetic is inspired by the beauty of a wrapped gift sitting under the Christmas tree. Christmas wreaths are a beautiful centerpiece for any door design scheme. This look takes it to the next level by hanging a traditional Christmas stocking on the wreath. To create the appearance of a wrapped gift, string garland around the perimeter of your entryway. This homeowner accentuated the garland with colorful red bows, but you could also add ornaments, tinsel or string lights. Accentuate the look by adding some colorful red poinsettias, a staple of the Christmas season.
2. Dramatic, Old-Fashioned Garland Decor
While silly, modern and cool Christmas decorations are all well and good, some of us want to eschew anything cartoonish or childish, preferring the look of old-fashioned, Victorian era Christmas house decorations. Skip that usual wreath and instead go with an oversize garland, stringing it around the top half of the perimeter of your door. Avoid tinsel or brightly colored decorations, instead opting for ribbons, bulbs and stars in romantic colors like burgundy and gold. The finished look is utterly classical and timeless, perfect for those who prefer their holiday decorations to be on the sophisticated side.
3. A Frostbitten Winter Wonderland
The absolute best Christmas door decorations are the ones that truly capture the sprit of the season. Christmas isn’t just about enjoying the company of your friends and family by the fireplace; it’s also about waking up each day to a snowy winter wonderland. The recreate this look on your own door, use a white faux snow spray to lightly cover a wreath and a garland. The dark purple ornaments beautifully compliment the look of the fake snow on the greenery. Add a few white Christmas trees nearby to really finish off this beautiful, winter-inspired decor scheme.
4. A Candy-Coated Dream
What would Christmas be without some tasty sweets? This Christmas decoration idea is inspired by all things sweet and delicious that make the Christmas season so great. To create the candy garland, just paint ping-pong or small Styrofoam balls in various bright candy colors, then string them together with a needle and thread. To create the candy cane-inspired polka-dot planters, just cut out circles from a sheet of red vinyl material and hot glue them to a tin planter. Finish the look by scattering some faux gifts wrapped in candy cane-print gift wrap nearby your entryway.
5. A Touch Of Starlight
Decorating your door is the perfect excuse to take on a fun Christmas craft project. To create your own door star decoration, pick up an unpainted wooden star from the craft store. Spray paint it gold or any color of your choice. For a more rustic look, wrap the star in twine until every surface is completely colored. This simple door decoration is a unique and unexpected twist on the classic wreath. Complete the look with a beautiful string of garland, ornamented with gold string lights or bulbs to compliment your gorgeous (and completely DIY!) star centerpiece.
6. Welcome To Candy Cane Lane
If your favorite part of Christmas is the abundance of candy canes, then this Christmas front door decoration is right up your alley. Hang two large outdoor candy canes on either side of your door, the hooked parts facing in opposite directions. If the candy canes you pick up don’t have enough sparkle for your liking, then add some glitter spray, which can easily be found at any craft store. To really give this look some pizazz, loop some candy cane print ribbon around a wreath, finishing off your unique DIY christmas decoration with some metallic green and red bulbs.
7. A Rustic Paradise Christmas Door Decor
Not all Christmas door decorations have to be bright and sparkly. This gorgeous design idea is completely inspired by the beauty of nature. It’s a perfect opportunity to embark on a fun Christmas craft project with some found objects from nature. Add real pine-cones, leaves and crabapples to a wreath using a hot glue gun. These natural items accentuate a wreath or a garland beautifully. If your favorite part of the Christmas season is exploring the beauty and splendor of a forrest before the snow has really begun to fall, this is without a doubt one of the absolute best homemade Christmas decorations you could make.
8. A Splash Of Subtle Snowflakes
For people who live in hot or desert climates, the idea of decorating with garland and balsam can feel a bit out of place. Just because you don’t live in a snowy climate doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy Christmas door decorations, however. Give your beach house or desert abode a little touch of winter by creating a simple string of hanging white snowflakes to place above your front door. This DIY christmas decoration can be made quite easily – just use the old trick of folding a few sheets of white paper and making small random cuts. Finish with a spray of white glitter from the craft store to really give this look some sparkle.
9. Three Wreaths For The Price Of One
By now, we’re all pretty used to a single wreath hanging on a door as a festive holiday decoration. However, if you want a unique but simple way to spice up this expected look, try hanging three Christmas wreaths, one atop another so that they cover the door from top to bottom. This homeowner chose to leave the wreaths undecorated, but you can easily add string lights or ornaments to give the wreaths a little extra something. This design scheme also demonstrates how easy it is to decorate if you have pillars outside your front door by simply wrapping garland around them.
10. Winter Garments As Holiday Decor
This beautiful look is one of those Christmas door decorating ideas that is so simple, yet so unexpected. To create this festive, wintery wreath, the homeowner simply started with a simple red and white wreath and hung a pair of clean white ice skates in the middle. To really evoke the image of skating on a frozen lake on a cold Christmas afternoon, they added a dark blue patchwork winter scarf and some sprigs of balsam. This holiday door look captures exactly what a unique Christmas decoration should be: Brilliant in its simplicity.
11. A Grinch inspired Holiday Door
How The Grinch Stole Christmas is one of the most iconic holiday stories of all time. This Grinch-inspired Christmas decor will impress everyone in your neighborhood. The door hanging can be created easily. Using green fabric, hand stitch a large stocking with a pointed toe. Fill it with pillow stuffing and close it at the top. Add a red fur trim and red fabric polka dots using fabric glue and finish with a candy cane trim. The upside-down stockings can easily be created using white Styrofoam cones and red and green ribbon.
12. Shimmery and Chic Metallics
Metallics are one of the most fun hues to play with when you’re doing your holiday decorating. Not only are they classic and perfect for Christmas, but they look absolutely breathtaking when you place white floodlights on them at night. This look can be replicated easily by hanging large gold or silver ornaments from the roof of your front porch using clear fishing wire. To create the unique door hanger, look for small and medium-size old tin pitchers at the thrift store. Using red ribbon, hang them as a bundle from your door knocker. Add string lights to nearby bushes and fir trees to really give this gorgeous Christmas front door decoration some sparkle.
13. From Old Window Frame To Quirky Holiday Decor
You’d be surprised what the “old construction scraps” lying in your garage can be used for if you have a little creativity and a whole lot of Christmas cheer. This brilliant homeowner turned an old window frame into a wall hanging by simply spray-painting it white and handing it on the exterior of her home. Paper cutouts of Christmas trees hang in each individual cell, alternating colors. This quirky decor idea is proof that the most interesting materials for cool Christmas decorations can be found just about anywhere and don’t have to cost an arm and a leg.
14. Holiday Fun With Fabrics
This elegant and understated look is perfect for the homeowner who’s looking for unique Christmas decoration ideas that are as simple to achieve as they are lovely. This look can be achieved by adding fabric details to wreaths and garland, using a variety of colors and textures. When decorating your door with fabrics or oversize bows, take a cue from this look and mix materials like taupe burlaps with shimmery white satins to create a multidimensional finish. The addition of the pine-cones gives this door design a beautiful finishing touch. If you don’t have lantern fixtures like the homeowner in this photo, add freestanding solar powered lamps or string lights to illuminate your design scheme at night.
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15. Find Perfection With Poinsettias
Poinsettias are ubiquitous with the holiday season. From our churches to our offices to our children’s schools, poinsettias are quite easy to come by during the month of December and oftentimes sold on behalf of charitable causes. Instead of just placing your poinsettias on a table indoors, use them to create a beautiful floral Christmas front door decoration. To create the hanging “vase” seen here, create a folder using sturdy red vinyl and a staple gun. Fill with faux poinsettias so that you don’t have to worry about soil and water, then just hang it on your front door.
16. The Simplicity Of Classic Decor
The internet is full of Christmas ideas for unique and unexpected decorations. While those exciting decor ideas are great for many people, others just want something simple and classic. Placing a single handmade snowflake within each cell on the window of your front door is one of those Christmas door decorations that might not be flashy or trendy, but is perfect in its simplicity. To get the whole family involved, have each member of your household make one of the snowflakes by hand. This will give a touch of sentimental value to your beautiful holiday decor.
17. Carol Of The Bells
This beautiful display is one of the many Christmas front door decors that creates a beautiful overall finish by working with a myriad of textures and hues. Instead of just erecting a simple garland around the perimeter of their front door, this homeowner created something truly eye-catching and unique by adding oversize bells and globes, connected with large ribbons in an array of textures and hues. When it comes to your front door decorations, feel free to work with several different hues as well, as long as they are all in the same basic color family.
18. A Painting So Personal
DIY Christmas front door decors are especially fun if you’re already somewhat of an artist to begin with. If you truly want a front door decoration that is absolutely unique and original, the only option is to paint it yourself. An inexpensive frame from the thrift store makes the perfect canvas for outdoor artwork. Paint the design of your choosing directly on the glass, spray-painting the frame whichever color you desire. Use a spray sealant over your finished design to ensure that it doesn’t run or chip if the weather outside becomes frightful.
19. A Note From The Heart
Gift tags are an iconic image that immediately evoke thoughts of waking up on Christmas morning to find a plethora of presents under the tree. A great way to spruce up Christmas wreaths is by creating an oversize gift tag with a simple message, such as “Merry Christmas.” Fasten it to the center of the wreath and hang on your front door for a cute but classic Christmas decoration. Some white string lights and a jolly red bow put the finishing touches on this adorable door decoration, as do the elf legs and Styrofoam candies also featured in this decor scheme.
20. Create A Stunning Landscape With Reindeer
Christmas decor wouldn’t be Christmas decor without a few classic reindeer thrown into the mix. You can easily find these gold reindeer statues at high end home decor stores, but they can be somewhat pricey. If you want to replicate this look for your own front door without spending a fortune, you can use gold spray paint with a shiny finish on inexpensive wooden reindeer, easily available at big box home improvement stores during the holidays. Decorate with garland and wreaths to finish off this beautiful, festive holiday landscape.
21. Conquering Tall Doorways
Many homeowners find themselves at a loss when decorating particularly tall doorways. Websites and magazines devoted to Christmas door decorating ideas suggest to use garland, but strings of garland can look wimpy when strung around an oversize door. Solve this problem by taking a cue from the homeowner in the photograph and using multiple strands of garland to create one thick bundle. Extra large red ribbons and pine-cones stand out well on this large garland, which will look proportionate around your doorway. Be sure to use extra string lights on this garland so that it truly shines after the sun goes down.
22. Twinkly Lights And Icicles
Not every Christmas decoration idea has to be over-the-top! This stunning front door display is one of the many simple decor schemes that is understated, but just festive enough for the holiday season. This homeowner ditched the traditional balsam and fir garland, instead going with a lightweight fern-type material. The greenery might not be classically “Christmas,” but the addition of twinkly lights and icicles hanging from atop gets the message across loud and clear. A simple “Merry Christmas” door hanger rounds off this simple yet joyous look, which is perfect for anyone who wants a front door look that will be quick to put up and quick to take apart.
23. Do Christmas Right With Red And White
Many of the Christmas decoration ideas on this list feature the classic Christmas color scheme of red and green. However, you don’t need fir sprigs and green to create a front door design that screams “it’s Christmastime.” The classic candy cane combo of red and white are just as festive. In addition to using two candy canes on either side of their door, this homeowner put together an adorable red and white wreath that features several miniature snowman ornaments. The red and white snowman welcome mat is the final little finishing touch that really ties their cheerful color scheme all together.
24. Dazzle With Decals
Decals aren’t just for adhering sentimental quotes to our walls year-round. Instead, they can easily be incorporated in Christmas house decorations as well. The “Merry Christmas” white decal on this homeowner’s very dark door creates a striking contrast, one that would look absolutely gorgeous under floodlights. Don’t worry about these decals damaging the surface that you attach them to, as they are designed to easily be removed when the holiday season has ended. To remove, just gently scrape at the edges of the message or design with a credit card before proceeding to peel it off entirely.
25. Make A Bold Statement With A Multicolored Design Scheme
Many of the decorations on this list have featured classic color schemes, such as the traditional red and green or the classic candy cane-inspired red and white. However, if you’re the type who never liked to color within the lines, spice up your front door look by working with a rainbow of colors. One of the most unique Christmas ideas when it comes to decor is to spray paint snowflakes in a wide array of colors, from purple to cyan to yellow. When attached to a garland and hung around your front door, they create a finished look that might not be “classically Christmas,” but is undoubtedly festive and joyful.
26. Decorate With Greenery
Balsam and fir are an essential element in any great Christmas decoration idea. This homeowner eschewed the bells and whistles and focused entirely on displaying greenery in an elegant and simple manner. To duplicate their door hanging, use hot glue or nails to attach three shiny metallic planters to a piece of wood, which can easily be hung from your door knockers. If the holidays are too hectic for you to have to worry about keeping plants alive, just use faux greenery from the craft store. When used outdoors, it’s virtually impossible to distinguish from the real deal.
27. A Snowman Silhouette Made Of Wreaths
The best Christmas front door decors are the ones that really catch your eye. At first glance, this trio of wreaths might seem like just that. But take a closer look, notice the scarf wrapped around the “neck” and you’ll realize that these wreaths create the perfect silhouette of a snowman. Decorate the wreaths however you choose, but make sure that they are uniform throughout all three so that the snowman design is not lost. To take it a step further, place a black top hat atop the smallest wreath.
28. Adorn Your Door With Two Beautiful Green Angels
These two angels, constructed of wire and greenery, are absolutely beautiful on either side of this homeowner’s front door. Any wire statue can easily become a Christmas tree-like decoration if you carefully wrap it with garland. Like many fun Christmas ideas, this is an inexpensive but unique way to give your home some holiday cheer. If you want your decorations to twinkle, carefully wrap them with white or gold string lights. These green figures also create beautiful shadows at night when placed in front of flood lights.
29. Evoke The Image Of A Starry Night
Stars are the best place to start when you’re dreaming up the perfect DIY christmas decoration scheme. This homeowner used multiple star designs to create an overall beautiful finish. The two oversize stars at the top are accentuated by a garland of hanging star-shaped lights. The classic green garland features star ornaments throughout, which brings the entire design motif together. If you can’t find stars in the exact hue you want when you’re doing your decoration shopping, don’t be afraid to use spray paint to get the exact look you want. Inexpensive star ornaments are quickly turned into something magnificent with just a bit of spray paint and spray glitter.
30. Spread The Holiday Cheer By “Upcycling”
“Upcycling,” a portmanteau of “recycling” and “upscale,” refers to taking an old material and turning it into something impossibly stunning and chic. That’s exactly what these homeowners did to create their beautiful “Be Merry” sign. All it took were some craft store letters and a little hot glue to turn this old plank of wood into something truly sophisticated. Finding an old scrap material in your basement and brainstorming ways to turn it into a department store-worthy decor item is one of the most rewarding Christmas craft projects that you’ll embark on this holiday season.
31. Say It With Wooden Block Letters
This crafty homeowner turned two planters into unique Christmas decorations simply by using wooden block letters from the craft store. These letters can be found unpainted, but you can customize them easily using spray paint. To attach them, use a weatherproof putty to make sure they stay in place without actually using a hammer and nails. When it comes to Christmas door decorating ideas, don’t feel like you have to stick to a formula. Just about anything can be turned into a decoration with the right amount of imagination.
32. Bring The Indoors Outside
If you’re looking for unique Christmas decoration ideas for your front door, consider taking a cue from inside your home. This crafty homeowner made their outdoor Christmas tree look all the more festive by surrounding it with faux presents. Even if you live in a rainy or snowy climate, you can still duplicate this look. Simply wrap cardboard boxes with a sturdy vinyl material in colors like red, gold or green. This tree, surrounded by wrapped gifts, looks phenomenal either lit up by string lights or illuminated by a few strategically placed white flood lights.
33. Whimsical Ribbon Wreaths DIY Christmas Front Door Decor
The best DIY Christmas front door decors are the ones that put a unique spin on a classic Christmas decoration. This gorgeous duo of wreaths aren’t made of balsam and fir, but rather crafted from beautiful ribbons, alternating in red and a surprisingly neon green. The decision to use two wreaths instead of one is perfect for any homeowner who has double doors instead of single doors at the front entrance to their home. The rest of the look is beautifully simple yet stunning, with two large candle lanterns surrounded by some classic red poinsettias.
34. The Beauty Of Contrasting Colors
Not every homeowner has a front door that is a neutral wooden or mahogany tone. This homeowner has a dark blue and white color scheme on their home that may at first glance seem difficult to decorate for the holidays. However, they make it work beautifully by using a bright white Christmas wreath instead of the classic green color, which would have clashed with the blue of the door. This is perfect inspiration for any homeowner who needs to dream up Christmas house decorations that won’t clash with the permanent color scheme of their home.
35. A Wintery Chandelier
The ultimate cool Christmas decorations are the ones that are DIY but resemble something that would be found in an upscale home design magazine. This stunning “chandelier,” constructed with fallen branches, white fabric balls and hanging red ornamental bulbs is a perfect example of one of these decorations. Construct your own by strategically hot glueing fallen sticks and branches together to create a bundle. Decorate however you see fit, be it with string lights, ornaments, fabric or tinsel. This beautiful hanging decoration looks positively stunning at night. Feel free to play with a wide array of colors or follow this homeowner’s inspiration and stay with one color theme, such as the red seen here.
36. A Door Hanging So Simple, Yet So Beautiful
This is one of those holiday front door designs that is stunning in its perfect simplicity. To achieve this homeowner’s look, simply fill a long white stocking with pillow stuffing or newspaper and hang it from your door knocker, accenting it with a medium bow. This home owner kept the minimalist theme by hanging a very neutral garland over their dar, decorated with pine-cones instead of ornaments or bulbs. This look is proof positive that you don’t need to go completely all out to show off your Christmas cheer.
37. Hung From A Snowflake
Many of the best Christmas door decorations present home owners with a conundrum. Indeed, they want to hang a wreath or decor item on their door, but they don’t want to put any nail holes in their door. This homeowner used a snowflake ornament to solve that issue. Using a snowflake ornament of your choosing, tie a ribbon at the top. Nail the ribbon atop the door, where the hole won’t be visible. Then, you can use ribbon to tie the wreath from the bottom of the snowflake. Not only is this a completely practical solution to a common concern, but the finished look is absolutely stunning.
38. Spread The Christmas Cheer With A Festive Chalkboard
This homeowner’s front entrance is beautifully designed, with a plethora of garlands, wreaths and decorative touches. However, it is the use of the chalkboard that sets it apart from the rest. These standing chalkboards can be found easily and inexpensively at restaurant supply stores, as they are primarily used to advertise specials for eateries and bars. You can create one chalk design to last you for the whole season or you can change the message as you please. This decor idea is not only gorgeous, but festive and fun for the whole family.
39. A Mini Holiday Snowman Made Of Wreaths
We’ve already seen a snowman made of wreaths on this list, but this beautiful little door hanging is more evidence as to why homemade Christmas decorations are the best Christmas decorations. This tiny snowman can easily be made using small wreaths or hoops from the craft store. Use strands of shimmery silver or white garland, looped around each wreath, to replicate the snowman seen in this photo. To create the top hat, create an outline out of wire and then wrap with brown string or twine. You can finish the look with a lovely red ribbon.
40. A Jumbo Wreath With Jolly Decorations
This homeowner chose a jumbo wreath, which they accented with a plethora of fun decorations. Adhere pine-cones, ornaments and red bulbs for a look that is utterly classic Christmas. To really add some festive cheer, add faux poinsettias from the craft store. Cut the stems off and use hot glue to attach them to your wreath. The red decorations on this wreath juxtapose beautifully with the homeowner’s red door. The two simple trees on either side of the entrance, adorned with plain white lights, finish this look off beautifully.
41. Silver Bells Scream Christmas Cheer
This homeowner used large silver tree ornaments to create a beautiful image outside of their front door. Use ribbon to hang ornaments above your door, alternating lengths so that the ornaments are scattered height-wise. You can take a cue from this homeowner and use ornaments that are all the same color or you can alternate colors for a more eye-catching effect. This homeowner kept the rest of their look simple, adorning their door with a simple undecorated wreath and a chic bright white stocking. The garland around the perimeter is undecorated as well, giving this look a minimalist and sophisticated feel.
42. A Stunning Garland Made Of Ribbon And Bulbs
This striking garland, used to outline the perimeter of this homeowner’s door, is an unexpected yet delightful twist on traditional garlands. To duplicate this look, look for oversize ribbons made of a sturdy yet sheer material. Tie sections into bows, connecting many bows together with hot glue until you have one long string. Glue large ornaments or bulbs to your garland to give it an extra festive finish. You can also use string lights if you want your stunning garland to glow.
43. Adorn Hedges With Shimmery Wreaths
If you have beautifully landscaped hedges like this homeowner, you should absolutely include them in your holiday decorating scheme. It’s simple to hang wreaths, such as the stunning silver ones seen here, to hedges using a few Christmas tree hooks. This homeowner followed the simple silver theme throughout the exterior of their home, creating a phenomenally elegant finished product. The wreath on the door, with its hues of dark green, burgundy and the aforementioned silver, compliment the black of the door stunningly. The hanging clear glass lanterns on the nearby tree are also striking and would look beautiful when filled with LED candles.
44. A Stunning Dark Red Door, Guarded By Nutcrackers
Nutcrackers are one of the most beautiful and classically iconic images of the Christmas season. This homeowner created an eye-catching design by placing two practically life-sized nutcrackers on either side of their door. The rest of this look is cheerful and classic as well. The deep red and bright silver accents on the wreath and surrounding garland juxtapose stunningly with the nutcrackers. The faux wrapped gifts at the nutcrackers’ feet are a positively beautiful finishing touch to this phenomenal front door holiday look.
45. Light Up The Night With Lanterns
Lanterns are a stunning way to decorate your front porch for the holiday season. Fill these glass lanterns with LED candles that are operated via a remote to make turning them on and off a breeze. This is an outdoor decorating technique that looks as beautiful during the day as it does at night. This homeowner decorated their somewhat unconventional windows on both sides of their front door with two matching wreaths, which gives a beautiful symmetry to the front entrance of their home.
46. Sprucing Up Plants With Shimmery Branches
This homeowner decided to give the two large plants on either side of their front door a fun twist for the holiday season. To replicate this look, collect some fallen branches and spray paint them a rose gold hue. You can simply place the branches into the plant, scattering them so they evoke the image of naturally growing from the soil. As with any homemade Christmas decorations, feel free to give this look a personalized twist. You can illuminate the display with string lights or give your branches a little extra sparkle by spraying them with glitter or shimmer.
47. A Simple Yet Spectacular Fabric Banner
This beautiful fabric banner is the perfect DIY project for an early December afternoon. Simply cut the large ribbon shape from a large sheet of sturdy white felt. Run a wide ribbon in gold or any color of your choosing down the center. To create the “Noel” letters, either use pre-made fabric letters from the craft store or print large letters off of your computer to use as a stencil to cut them out yourself. Use fabric glue to secure all of the pieces into place. This banner is simple, yet so elegant, chic and cheery.
48. A Fruity And Festive Surprise
It’s the little details that make this front door look so beautiful. This homeowner added a festive touch to the two shaped hedges on either side of their door by not only decorating them with red ribbon, but by placing faux pears at the base of the plants. They gave their large lantern a fun twist by filling it with pine-cones instead of the classic candles. The garland that hangs above their tall entryway is simple but lovely, decorated with a wide red and white striped ribbon.
49. Two-Dimensional Green Garland
If your front entrance is proceeded by an archway, as is this homeowner’s, follow their lead and use two garlands on each arch to create an exciting two-dimensional look. This homeowner kept everything relatively simple, adorning their door with but a simple green wreath. This is one of those holiday decorating schemes that practically begs for the use of white flood lights. By day, the look is minimalist and simple, but at night beneath the glow of flood lights, it’s radiant and sophisticated.
50. A Sea Of Snowflakes Front Door Christmas Decoration
This homeowner’s use of snowflakes throughout the area around their front door is positively beautiful. Replicate this look by hanging snowflakes of varying sizes with transparent fishing line to create the illusion that they are floating. One of the more stunning accents in this look are the two silver pails, both adorned with a single snowflake decal, which house bundles of beautiful white branches. This is yet another front entrance look that shows the beauty of an all-white Christmas decorating scheme. You don’t need red, green or the traditional holiday garlands in order to bring some Christmas cheer to your home.
A Myriad Of Options, Each More Beautiful Than The Next
When it comes to decorating our front doors for the holidays, the sky truly is the limit. While the traditional combination of a wreath and garland can be absolutely gorgeous, as demonstrated by some of the homes on this very list, don’t feel limited by what’s considered “classic.” From snowflakes to nutcrackers to handmade branch chandeliers, there is no right or wrong way to decorate your front door for Christmas. The most important thing is that you find a front door look that expresses your personality and taste and perhaps allows you to embark on a fun DIY project.