Inspirational Ideas For Your Christmas Porch
Welcome your friends and family to your home this holiday season with festive décor that anyone can create. Event planner Debi Lilly of A Perfect Event shares tips and photos from a family Christmas Eve party she planned for a client in the Chicago area. “It is so much fun to decorate this time of year because you can start in November and continue adding special touches for more than month,” she says. “Little extra touches help make the holidays a special experience, and guests notice and enjoy the extra touches too,” she says.
Dress up your front porch and yard with these holiday outdoor decorating ideas that last from the first days of fall through the New Year.
Check out our favorite festive outdoor Christmas displays from around the country to get ideas for your home.
I managed to plant poinsettias and suspend a few ornaments on the front porch, but that’s it. It’s simple and pretty, so I thought I’d share. And why not some thoughts on the season to go with it.
Make the outside of your home as festive as the inside with these fast, simple holiday decorating ideas.
ust when you thought a wreath and red ribbon were the only things fit for your front entrance, along comes this creative twist. Go ahead. If you have a covered porch, capitalize on it because this area can serve as an extension of your decorated abode. But get ready: Passersby may feel inclined to stop and stay awhile!
These gorgeous wicker baskets have a sturdy glass insert and a wire handle. SO beautiful with either a candle in or filled with seasonal flowers. Hang them from a bracket, line the path with them or just dot them around the house or table. Decorate them for Christmas with strands of ivy and rosemary (not included). A wonderful all year-round addition.