We are sharing the Best Entryways Decorated for Christmas to make your home inviting for the holidays. Whether you enter your home from a porch, patio, or stoop, we have some inspired ideas to help you make your home inviting this holiday season.
The entryway to my farmhouse is the large front porch. Our guests are in the living area when they pass through the front doors. Therefore, I strive to make the front porch as inviting as possible.
With the addition of a porch swing and several rocking chairs, the porch is a welcoming spot for guests to linger and sit a spell.
Why Is The Entryway So Important?
They say it only takes 10 seconds to make a good first impression, and the entryway to your home will set the tone for what your guest can expect once inside the house.
Today’s impressive line-up of porches and entryways will guarantee you are inspired to make your home’s entry so appealing that your guest will be eager to see what’s next behind the doors.
Day 2 of 10 Days of Christmas Decorating Ideas
Today is the second day of our 10 days series. You can still see 9 DIY Christmas Decoration Ideas if you missed day one.
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Best Entryways, Porches and Outdoor Spaces for Christmas
If you have been following me for a hot minute, you know my front porch is one of my favorite areas to decorate. Therefore, I’m so excited to share all the creative ideas for entryways, porches, and other outdoor spaces.
Let’s get started.
By: Jennifer at Cottage on Bunker Hill
You will love all the vintage inspiration on this porch if you love a retro vibe when decorating Christmas. The warm and cozy feeling will definitely make you want to see more.
By: Kim at Cottage In The Mitten
If you like a simple and easy decorating style, you will love these 3 simple tips for decorating a Christmas Porch.
By: Rachel at The Ponds Farmhouse
Are you ready for some Christmas Farmhouse Porch ideas that will make your porch inviting and festive? I promise guests will be encouraged to linger and maybe sit a spell.
By: Robyn’s French Nest
Create a welcoming and festive entrance for your family and friends with these 5 easy, budget-friendly, and beautiful Christmas front porch ideas. Perfect for small or large spaces.
By: Brendt at She Gave It A Go
See all the creative ideas on this 2021 Holiday home tour, including our front door and entryway areas! You will see how to style these spaces for your family and friends to feel welcomed this holiday season.
By: Kelly at The Tattered Pew
Your front steps are the first impression friends, family, and neighbors see. Using greenery, natural objects, and lights are the norm. But why not add fun elements like stacked plaid blankets and trees in baskets. Check out these simple ideas and more for making your front steps Christmas-ready.
By: KariAnne at Thistlewood Farms
Looking for simple ideas to decorate your front porch? Here are several easy and inexpensive decor ideas to add a little holiday to your front porch. I know you’ll want a peek inside.
By: Anne & AnnMarie at Simply 2 Moms
Don’t have a huge front porch? Then you’ll love these easy ideas to decorate a festive small porch for Christmas this year. Create a beautiful entry to your home with natural and faux greenery, vintage finds, and cozy textures.
By: Stacy Ling at Bricks N Blooms
Looking for budget-friendly ways to decorate the porch for the holidays? Pot up some fresh winter greens and make an outdoor planter that will last through the winter.
The Front Porch for 2021
Because I love decorating the porch each year, I thought you might enjoy seeing the 2021 Front Porch Tour. It’s filled with DIY Projects and many inspiring Christmas decorating ideas.
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I hope you enjoyed today’s festive porches and the best entryways decorated for Christmas!
Stay tuned because we are sharing Christmas Tree Ideas that you will not want to miss for Day 3.
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